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December 11, 2013

Iowa Boys Basketball Prep Poll

(Continued)

Indian Hills (128) — Jordan Washington 24, Roderick Bobbitt 20, Akolda Manyang 18, Lester Medford 13, Qiydar Davis 12, Roosevelt Scott 12, Marcus Posley 10, Majok Deng 7, Quevyn Winters 4, Bryce Elie 3, Dawud Salaam 3, James Harris, Jr. 2. Totals 48-104 25-42 128.

3-point goals — 7-26 (Bobbitt 2-5, Elie 1-1, Medford 1-2, Salaam 1-3, Posley 1-4, Scott 1-5, Harris, Jr. 0-1, Winters 0-1, Deng 0-2, Salaam 0-2). Rebounds — 73 (Washington 14, Davis 10, Scott 10, Deng 8, Bobbitt 7, Manyang 6, Medford 6, Posley 4, Winters 4, Harris, Jr. 3, Elie). Assists — 34 (Bobbitt 11, Medford 9, Deng 3, Harris, Jr. 3, Scott 3, Washington 2, Elie, Manyang, Nihat Mahser). Steals — 15 (Bobbitt 4, Medford 4, Deng 2, Scott 2, Manyang, Posley, Winters). Blocks — 4 (Manyang 3, Medford). Total fouls — 23. Turnovers — 13.

Saturday’s Game

No. 1 INDIAN HILLS 119, MINERAL AREA 82

Mineral Area 34 48 — 82

Indian Hills 50 69 — 119

Mineral Area (82) — Brier West 27, Orlando Johnson 16, Anthony Virdure 11, Jack White 9, Corey Frazier 8, Randy Holmes 6, Jacari Finlay 3, Jordan Coleman 2. Totals 28-70 18-34 82.

3-point goals — 8-23 (West 5-7, Virdure 2-6, Finlay 1-2, Malik Brown 0-1, Aaron Cassell 0-1, Keenan Clark 0-1, Coleman 0-1, Frazier 0-2, White 0-2). Fouled out — Cassell, West. Rebounds — 42 (Johnson 12, Holmes 10, West 4, Frazier 3, Virdure 3, Bryce Weilbrenner 3, White 3, Djordje Babic, Coleman, Finlay, DeAries Tate). Assists — 22 (Frazier 8, Virdure 4, Holmes 3, White 3, Babic, Cris Craig, Johnson, West). Steals — 8 (West 3, Fraizer 2, Holmes, Virdure, White). Blocks — 1 (Coleman). Total fouls — 28. Turnovers — 24.

Indian Hills (119) — Roosevelt Scott 24, Quevyn Winters 19, Marcus Posley 16, Roderick Bobbitt 14, Majok Deng 10, Jordan Washington 10, Qiydar Davis 8, Lester Medford 7, Bryce Elie 6, Akolda Manyang 5. Totals 39-75 27-40 119.

3-point goals — 14-31 (Bobbitt 4-7, Posley 3-4, Elie 2-2, Scott 2-4, Winters 2-6, Medford 1-3, Davis 0-1, Deng 0-2, Dawud Salaam 0-2). Fouled out — Manyang, Washington. Rebounds — 55 (Deng 9, Manyang 9, Washington 7, Winters 6, Bobbitt 5, Scott 5, Davis 4, Posley 4, Medford 3, Elie 2, Harris, Jr.). Assists — 27 (Bobbitt 7, Posley 6, Medford 4, Scott 4, Deng 2, Davis, Nihat Mahser, Salaam, Winters). Steals — 14 (Scott 5, Bobbitt 4, Deng 2, Medford, Posley, Winters). Blocks — 5 (Manyang 2, Bobbitt, Deng, Elie). Total fouls — 27. Turnovers — 21.

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