Reporter Mike Sullivan discusses the individual game of Jeronne Maymon, who has a terrific time…
Madison Memorial Defeats Henry Sibley 67-64
Xavier Jones missed both free throws with 18.4 seconds left, but Maurice Hernandez's three-pointer rimmed out. Lomomba hit both free throws with 7.3 seconds left to put the Spartans up 67-62. Chris Halvorsen dunk in the closing seconds were the game's final points.
Madison Memorial was led by Jeronne Maymon, a 6-foot-7, 230-pound forward who signed with Marquette, who finished with a game-high 26 points. He made eleven of 16 shots from the field and made all four free throws. Maymon, who was named the state's Associated Press Player of the Year last year, added 13 rebounds and four steals. Junior guard Vander Blue, who has already committed to Wisconsin, scored 16 points on six of ten shooting from the field and was two of four from beyond the arc.
The Spartans improved to 6-0 with the win.
Henry Sibley was led by Wisconsin signee Mike Bruesewitz, who scored 20 points on nine of 17 shooting. He added ten rebounds. Valparaiso signee Chris Halvorsen had 16 points, Maurice Hernandez added eleven and 6-foot-7 junior Mike Rostampour, who has offers from North Dakota State and Wisconsin Milwaukee, had ten points.
The Warriors lost for the first time, falling to 7-1.
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