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Hockey: Former Greyhound Randolph leading USHL in scoring

Jake Randolph, a 2012 Duluth East graduate, is leading the United States Hockey League in points midway through his second season with the Omaha Lancers.

Jake Randolph, a 2012 Duluth East graduate, is leading the United States Hockey League in points midway through his second season with the Omaha Lancers.

Minnesota's 2012 Associated Press player of the year for boys hockey, Randolph has 14 goals and 38 assists for 52 points in 30 games for the Lancers. His assist tally was 19 more than the No. 2 player on the list entering Friday's games. Additionally, Randolph's plus-minus of plus-26 is among the league leaders.

Randolph had 44 points in 64 games at Omaha a year ago. The 5-foot-9, 174-pound forward has committed to play collegiately at Nebraska-Omaha.

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