Ford leads North to conference win

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VANISA FORD was all over the court while leading Minneapolis North in a girls’ basketball City Conference game against Roosevelt. The senior forward blocked shots, hauled down rebounds, assisted her teammates for scores, and finished with a game-high 30 points in the 78-73 win.

Girls’ Scene

AUNDREAH AUNE — The sophomore guard has 38 three-pointers this season for Roosevelt.

TAKIYA STEWART — She’s scoring 11 points per game for North.

KAJA COOPER — The senior guard from Roosevelt used her quickness to net 16 points in a loss to North.

GEORGIEDDA JONES — She had the week’s most dominant performance, scoring 29 points, grabbing 12 boards, and blocking eight shots in St. Paul Highland Park’s victory over Minneapolis Washburn.

EBONY BLACK — The junior from St. Paul Johnson scored 19 points in a one-point victory over Duluth East.

Boys’ Scene

PAUL HILL — The senior guard from Minneapolis is averaging 15 per game as a point guard.

JORDAN TAYLOR — The sophomore lit it up for 27 points in Benilde St. Margaret’s loss to Minneapolis North.

FREDDY COLEMAN — Despite early foul trouble, the North Dakota State signee from St. Paul Johnson dropped 19 in a 75-72 loss to Minneapolis North.

ROBERT EPPINGER — The smooth-scoring forward from Minneapolis Henry averages 22 points per game.

WILLIE BRAZIEL — The Minneapolis Roosevelt senior had 21 points in a setback to Fridley.

CAMERON RUNDLES — The Montana signee leads DeLaSalle with a 16-point scoring average.

MICHAEL BETTS — The North senior had an outstanding game in a win over Johnson, scoring 12 points and grabbing 10 boards.

BRODERICK BINNS — One of the state’s top football prospects, he leads Cretin Derham Hall in scoring with an 18-points-per-game average.

ROMAINE MARTIN — Minneapolis North’s most consistent player, he has reached double figures in all but one of the Polars’ 16 games.

SAMMY RICKS — The senior guard continued his consistent play, scoring 23 points in Johnson’s loss to North.

RICKY-BATSELL PARKS — He led North with 18 points in a contest against Johnson.

STAVON WILLIAMS — The Roosevelt forward matched his season-high 31 points in a recent win over Southwest.

MOSES MITCHELL — The senior guard is putting in 13 a game for St. Paul Harding.

DEVELLE GORMAN — The 6’-2” senior from Minneapolis South netted 25 in a defeat to Henry.

MARCUS HILL — The high-scoring Breck junior also has 118 assists for the season.

STEVEN DUNCAN — He had 26 in Hopkins’ victory over Robbinsdale Armstrong.

ADAM KADO — The St. Paul Central senior led the way with 24 points in a win over Harding.

BRYANT WILLIAMS — The Edina senior is averaging 17 points, including 30 in a 103-102 loss to Minnetonka.

ANTHONY TUCKER — The Minnetonka sophomore has scored 30 or more points in four games (38, 33, 32 and 30).

JORDAN MCMICHAEL — The Breck forward is averaging 11 rebounds per game.

VANISA FORD was all over the court while leading Minneapolis North in a girls’ basketball City Conference game against Roosevelt. The senior forward blocked shots, hauled down rebounds, assisted her teammates for scores, and finished with a game-high 30 points in the 78-73 win.


Girls’ Scene

AUNDREAH AUNE — The sophomore guard has 38 three-pointers this season for Roosevelt.

TAKIYA STEWART — She’s scoring 11 points per game for North.

KAJA COOPER — The senior guard from Roosevelt used her quickness to net 16 points in a loss to North.

GEORGIEDDA JONES — She had the week’s most dominant performance, scoring 29 points, grabbing 12 boards, and blocking eight shots in St. Paul Highland Park’s victory over Minneapolis Washburn.

EBONY BLACK — The junior from St. Paul Johnson scored 19 points in a one-point victory over Duluth East.


Boys’ Scene

PAUL HILL — The senior guard from Minneapolis is averaging 15 per game as a point guard.

JORDAN TAYLOR — The sophomore lit it up for 27 points in Benilde St. Margaret’s loss to Minneapolis North.

FREDDY COLEMAN — Despite early foul trouble, the North Dakota State signee from St. Paul Johnson dropped 19 in a 75-72 loss to Minneapolis North.

ROBERT EPPINGER — The smooth-scoring forward from Minneapolis Henry averages 22 points per game.

WILLIE BRAZIEL — The Minneapolis Roosevelt senior had 21 points in a setback to Fridley.

CAMERON RUNDLES — The Montana signee leads DeLaSalle with a 16-point scoring average.

MICHAEL BETTS — The North senior had an outstanding game in a win over Johnson, scoring 12 points and grabbing 10 boards.

BRODERICK BINNS — One of the state’s top football prospects, he leads Cretin Derham Hall in scoring with an 18-points-per-game average.

ROMAINE MARTIN — Minneapolis North’s most consistent player, he has reached double figures in all but one of the Polars’ 16 games.

SAMMY RICKS — The senior guard continued his consistent play, scoring 23 points in Johnson’s loss to North.

RICKY-BATSELL PARKS — He led North with 18 points in a contest against Johnson.

STAVON WILLIAMS — The Roosevelt forward matched his season-high 31 points in a recent win over Southwest.

MOSES MITCHELL — The senior guard is putting in 13 a game for St. Paul Harding.

DEVELLE GORMAN — The 6’-2” senior from Minneapolis South netted 25 in a defeat to Henry.

MARCUS HILL — The high-scoring Breck junior also has 118 assists for the season.

STEVEN DUNCAN — He had 26 in Hopkins’ victory over Robbinsdale Armstrong.

ADAM KADO — The St. Paul Central senior led the way with 24 points in a win over Harding.

BRYANT WILLIAMS — The Edina senior is averaging 17 points, including 30 in a 103-102 loss to Minnetonka.

ANTHONY TUCKER — The Minnetonka sophomore has scored 30 or more points in four games (38, 33, 32 and 30).

JORDAN MCMICHAEL — The Breck forward is averaging 11 rebounds per game.
VANISA FORD was all over the court while leading Minneapolis North in a girls’ basketball City Conference game against Roosevelt. The senior forward blocked shots, hauled down rebounds, assisted her teammates for scores, and finished with a game-high 30 points in the 78-73 win.


Girls’ Scene

AUNDREAH AUNE — The sophomore guard has 38 three-pointers this season for Roosevelt.

TAKIYA STEWART — She’s scoring 11 points per game for North.

KAJA COOPER — The senior guard from Roosevelt used her quickness to net 16 points in a loss to North.

GEORGIEDDA JONES — She had the week’s most dominant performance, scoring 29 points, grabbing 12 boards, and blocking eight shots in St. Paul Highland Park’s victory over Minneapolis Washburn.

EBONY BLACK — The junior from St. Paul Johnson scored 19 points in a one-point victory over Duluth East.


Boys’ Scene

PAUL HILL — The senior guard from Minneapolis is averaging 15 per game as a point guard.

JORDAN TAYLOR — The sophomore lit it up for 27 points in Benilde St. Margaret’s loss to Minneapolis North.

FREDDY COLEMAN — Despite early foul trouble, the North Dakota State signee from St. Paul Johnson dropped 19 in a 75-72 loss to Minneapolis North.

ROBERT EPPINGER — The smooth-scoring forward from Minneapolis Henry averages 22 points per game.

WILLIE BRAZIEL — The Minneapolis Roosevelt senior had 21 points in a setback to Fridley.

CAMERON RUNDLES — The Montana signee leads DeLaSalle with a 16-point scoring average.

MICHAEL BETTS — The North senior had an outstanding game in a win over Johnson, scoring 12 points and grabbing 10 boards.

BRODERICK BINNS — One of the state’s top football prospects, he leads Cretin Derham Hall in scoring with an 18-points-per-game average.

ROMAINE MARTIN — Minneapolis North’s most consistent player, he has reached double figures in all but one of the Polars’ 16 games.

SAMMY RICKS — The senior guard continued his consistent play, scoring 23 points in Johnson’s loss to North.

RICKY-BATSELL PARKS — He led North with 18 points in a contest against Johnson.

STAVON WILLIAMS — The Roosevelt forward matched his season-high 31 points in a recent win over Southwest.

MOSES MITCHELL — The senior guard is putting in 13 a game for St. Paul Harding.

DEVELLE GORMAN — The 6’-2” senior from Minneapolis South netted 25 in a defeat to Henry.

MARCUS HILL — The high-scoring Breck junior also has 118 assists for the season.

STEVEN DUNCAN — He had 26 in Hopkins’ victory over Robbinsdale Armstrong.

ADAM KADO — The St. Paul Central senior led the way with 24 points in a win over Harding.

BRYANT WILLIAMS — The Edina senior is averaging 17 points, including 30 in a 103-102 loss to Minnetonka.

ANTHONY TUCKER — The Minnetonka sophomore has scored 30 or more points in four games (38, 33, 32 and 30).

JORDAN MCMICHAEL — The Breck forward is averaging 11 rebounds per game.

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