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February 14, 2004

McClellan scores 36 in just over a half on Friday

Arizona's star incoming recruit for next year, Jawann McClellan, scored 36 points in just over one half of play on Friday night as he led the Milby Buffaloes to a staggering 118-38 victory.

Don't rub your eyes or do a double-take, the score is accurate. Milby, ranked No. 4 in the nation by USA Today, won the game by eighty (80) points.

McClellan called GOAZCATS.com late Friday night with the update.

"My friend got a lot of pictures for you to put up on the site," he said. "I had a windmill dunk off of one foot like the one LeBron had the other night.

"I scored 36 points in about two and a half quarters. I played a little bit of the third quarter and then came out."

Milby improved to 31-0 on the year and already captured the District 20-5A championship a couple weeks ago. The Buffaloes, who are led by first-year head coach Jimmy Duffer, can finish out their perfect regular season on Tuesday with a win over Sam Houston HS.

"We would play a warm-up game against Kountz next Friday, and they are the No. 1 ranked 3A team in Texas," McClellan said. "The playoffs start the following Tuesday but we'll have a bye and probably won't play again until that Friday."

McClellan is now averaging 23.5 points per game on the season.


-Ben Hansen, Senior Editor

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