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Posted On: 02/10/21 11:26 PM

White Bear Lake picked up an important victory 73-64 over Cretin-Derham Hall on Tuesday night. Today The Rundown takes a lot at the top performers.

White Bear Lake made a statement immediately that things were going to be different. Max Steiner, a 6-foot-6 senior power forward from White Bear Lake, blocked a Tre HollomanTreHolloman6'3" | PGCretin-Derham Hall | 2022State#45NationMN shot at the rim on the first possession and the ball was sent ahead to Jack JanickiJackJanicki6'4" | SGWhite Bear Lake | 2023StateMN, a 6-foot-3 sophomore shooting guard from White Bear Lake, for an open floor slam. The Bears were up for this challenge.

The best point guard in the state of Minnesota is Tre HollomanTreHolloman6'3" | PGCretin-Derham Hall | 2022State#45NationMN, a 6-foot-2 junior point guard from Cretin-Derham Hall. Tre’s vision immediately made life easier for teammates with the lob to Daniel Montalbano, with the snap ball reversal for a Marselio Mendez three, and the attacking creation to a cutting Jack TauerJackTauer6'3" | SGCretin-Derham Hall | 2021StateMN. Anybody that defended Holloman was immediately on their heels. Tre also hounded the opposing WBL point guard into an early pocket pick and CDH lay-up. Tre’s ball pressure defense ranks with the best in the nation.

Jack JanickiJackJanicki6'4" | SGWhite Bear Lake | 2023StateMN became the consistent ball handler for the

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