Skyler Kolli puts on free throw clinic, scores 43 points in win

Skyler Kolli puts on free throw clinic, scores 43 points in win


Skyler Kolli puts on free throw clinic, scores 43 points in win


Only Steve Alford and Gary Yoder made more free throws in a Indiana high school boys basketball game without missing than Skyler Kolli did on Friday.

The 5-foot-9 junior guard from International (Indianapolis) scored 43 points, going 22-for-22 at the line, to lead his team to a 76-64 win at Anderson Prep (Anderson).
Alford and Yoder, each of whom went on to be drafted in the NBA, went 25-for-25 in a game during their high school careers.

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Kolli leads our American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the top performances:

Brad Bumgarner, boys soccer, Mountain View, Calif.
In his first game back from an ankle injury, the senior striker scored four goals in a 7-0 defeat of Fremont (Sunnyvale) on Friday. He is headed to Sacramento State next season.

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Hunter Karczewski, boys bowling, Grand Rapids (Mich.) Christian
Senior set a state record with a two-game series score of 555 in a 21-9 defeat of Jenison on Monday. He bowled games of 278 and 277, with 20 strikes.

Linda Kilpatrick, girls basketball, Southern, Baltimore
Coach earned her 500th win when her team won 54-45 at Glen Burnie on Tuesday. In her 38 years as a coach, she has won five state titles and has an overall record of 500-378.

Erin Langworth, girls basketball, Warrensburg, N.Y.
Sophomore guard scored five points in the final 42 seconds to lift her team to a 44-42 defeat of Bolton Central (Bolton Landing) on Friday. She is averaging 27.1 points a game in her past nine games.

Unique McLean, boys basketball, Hoosac (Hoosick, N.Y.)
Sophomore guard had 44 points in a 100-77 defeat of Redemption Christian (Troy) on Saturday.

Avery Peterson, boys ice hockey, Grand Rapids, Minn.
Senior forward had 10 points (three goals and seven assists) in two wins, a 5-3 defeat of Hermantown on Wednesday and a 8-1 defeat of Hibbing-Chisholm on Monday. He leads his team with 59 points this season.

Tiana Pretzer, girls soccer, Basha, Chandler, Ariz.
Senior goalkeeper has allowed only nine goals in 18 games and has had six consecutive shutouts.

Steven Santa Ana, boys basketball, Ardrey Kell, Charlotte
Junior guard scored a career-high 32 points Tuesday in a 78-54 defeat of Providence (Charlotte) to go past 1,000 points for his career.

Claire Ziegler, girls basketball, Mankato East, Mankato, Minn.
Senior forward scored a career-high 39 points and had 21 rebounds in a 65-57 overtime defeat of Waseca on Monday.


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