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Broman moves into second on state's career scoring list

Anders Broman scored 50 points to lead Lakeview Christian Academy past Cook County 87-66 on Saturday at Reif Gymnasium on the St. Scholastica campus to become the second all-time scoring leader in Minnesota high school boys basketball history.

Anders Broman
Anders Broman goes up for a jumper during Lakeview Christian Academy's 87-66 win over Cook County on Saturday at St. Scholastica's Reif Center. Broman scored 50 points to give the junior 3,462 for his career, good for second place on the state's all-time scoring list. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)

Anders Broman scored 50 points to lead Lakeview Christian Academy past Cook County 87-66 on Saturday at Reif Gymnasium on the St. Scholastica campus to become the second all-time scoring leader in Minnesota high school boys basketball history.

Broman, who also had six assists and four steals, equaled his second-highest scoring total of the season and moved past 2008 Ellsworth graduate Cody Schilling with 3,462 career points. He trails only former Minnesota Transitions star Kevin Noreen on the all-time list.

Freshman Bjorn Broman had 12 assists.

The Lions (19-3) have won four consecutive games and ended a 14-game winning streak by the Vikings (17-2).

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