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Bryson goes off on #4 team in the state

Last night Bryson and the Northrop Bruins played the #4 Homestead Spartans and lets just say Northrop had no problem whatsoever handling the Spartans 72-60. Bryson went off for 34 points and scored at will as usual. I'm not sure of his entire stat line as they haven't been released yet but he had multiple boards and a handful of steals. I know, just another typical day at the office, but the highlight of the night was on a fast break when Bryson absolutely posterized a Homestead guard. I knew he could jump and I've seen Bryson dunk on a fast break before, but as he went up for what I thought was a layup with the defender right in his face, Bryon flushed it with ease. To say the least him and the crowd went a bit crazy, and rightfully so. I am still looking for a video but that may prove to be difficult as there were no TV news cameras there at the time. The minute I thought I saw it all from this kid, he goes and does this. He is gonna be a special player.

Another thing I have noticed is Bryson really steps his game up in big games. And that shouldn't change this Friday. If you are able to go on Friday, Northrop takes on Kokomo at Northrop, it should be a very good game against two very good teams.

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