Millard North

Posted On: 01/28/20 12:00 PM

OMAHA- Friday night's contest between two Class A powerhouses featured a bevy of talent and prospects all over the court. The game itself more than lived up to the hype for the crowd of over 2,000 that filled the stands at Millard North High School, including UCONN assistant coach Kenya Hunter and Louisville assistant coach Luke Murray who were in the building watch 2021 Millard North guard Hunter Sallis, one of the most sought after recruits in the country. He was not the only standout performer of the night, however. A first-half that saw Millard North's lead buoy to as much as 18 points, would be quickly forgotten when Westside stormed back after halftime. Millard North would seal the game with 4 emphatic dunks in the final 3 minutes. Two of them on emphatic alley-oops thrown to Stanford commit Max Murrell by rising 2021 guard Saint Thomas, and the other two by Sallis, with his second coming on a highlight reel pass from his point guard Jadin Johnson. Millard North came out victorious by a final score of 68-60. Nebraska- Omaha commit Jadin Booth came alive in the 2nd half and would end up being the game's high

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