Posted On: 12/8/18 2:48 PM

It was the Jamison Battle show from teh start—the 6-foot-7 senior forward scored 40 on his way to leading DeLaSalle to a 20-point win over the upstart Wayzata Trojans. This one was never really in doubt save for a small run by Wayzata to get it back to 13 points. DeLaSalle has now defeated two top-ten AAAA squads in seven days, and Wayzata falls to 2-1 with plenty more chances at non-conference opponents coming up. Final score of 70-49.

Battle-tested. Jamison Battle was the focus today because Tyrell Terry is out with a shoulder injury. No problem for Battle to become the first option: he scored a healthy 40 points on at least six treys to pace DeLaSalle. Every time Wayzata had a string of stops and momentum began to swing, Battle stepped into the corner for an answer. Very impressive showing by him.

Islander Clap, Islander CLAMP. No Tyrell Terry meant a little less anticipated scoring punch, which also meant a needed big day from the rest of DeLaSalle's defensive force. Julian Wright, Semaj Hart and Keijuan White gave the Wayzata guards zero breathing room and provided much needed extra possessions off of turnovers. Wayzata had three makes beyond the arc

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