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Posted On: 02/10/21 10:57 AM

Top ranked Nevis withstood a challenge from 5th ranked Nashwauk-Keewatin 57-43 on Tuesday night led by senior guard Derek Lindow and junior sharp-shooter Eddie KramerEddieKramer6'0" | SGNevis | 2022StateMN. Prep Hoops looked on and is excited to bring you our Five Things to Know.

One. The Game Changer. Six-foot-4 junior Eddie KramerEddieKramer6'0" | SGNevis | 2022StateMN hit five threes in the first half, another in the second half, and finished the game with 20 points (six threes total). The Spartans started in a zone but the zone wasn’t able to get out to Kramer so N-K had to switch to man to man. They used about three or four different defenders – some quicker, some bigger – and eventually the found the right combination that was able to deny Kramer anywhere on the floor. But by the time they found something that worked it was a double figure lead for Nevis. Kramer is a pure shooter with range and he finished the game making 6 of 13 attempts. The game of basketball values shooting as much as it ever has so this junior will likely be hearing from college programs soon as he is scoring 20 a game for the top ranked team in

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