#1 Ranked Hopkins Rolls to 94-67 Victory
Siyani Chambers helped lead Hopkins to 94-67 win
Siyani Chambers helped lead Hopkins to 94-67 win

Posted Dec 29, 2009


Hopkins showed why they are the number one ranked team in Class AAAA as they rolled to a 94-67 win over Milwaukee Marshall. The Royals will face Christian Faith Academy Tuesday at 8:00 in the semifinals. Marshall will meet Minneapolis Roosevelt. Hopkins was led by Joe Coleman, who scored a game-high 24 points in front of Minnesota associate head coach Ron Jirsa.

Hopkins jumped out to a 9-0 lead, but Marshall rallied to cut the lead to 13-12 with Alfreeman Flowers' three pointers. However, the Royals expanded the margin to 13 at halftime 42-29.

Hopkins went up 57-37 as Marvin Singleton scored on an inside bucket on a three-on-one break.

Joe Coleman led all scorers as he scored 16 of his 24 points in the first half. He made the play of the day with a windmill dunk of a Cameron Selmer missed three-pointer. Marvin Singleton dominated the glass and added 18 points. Zach Stahl had twelve points off the bench and Jeremiah Tolbert added eleven.

Sophomore Kendale Nation led Milwaukee Marshall with 18 points off the bench and Kivon Hawkins, a 6-foot-1 sophomore had twelve.


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