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Published: Friday, Jan. 14 2011 10:46 p.m. MST

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hsprepsfan
American Fork, UT

Good job Knights! We were lucky enough to be in the gym to watch the battle. AF held their own, but LP knows how to win when it's crunch time!

ds7
American Fork, UT

great job knights!

Trickeration
Cedar Hills, UT

Ahhhhhhh, everything is right in the world this morning. Why don't they have these type of games at a larger venue so an additional 2000 fans don't get turned away at the door an hour before the game starts?

Looks like another state title is coming our way....that trophy case is getting crowded!

CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

I'm hoping the Cougars are able to successfully recruit Nick. I want to cheer for another Emery for four more years. He's dynamite!

OgdenkidinSLC
Salt Lake City, Utah

why does Utah County have the best basketball players? I just think it's interesting,it seem's like more D1 players come out of there than Sl county.

Lone Peak High School Fan
Alpine, Utah

craziest game i have ver been too. so fun to watch even tho i couldnt get in till half time. LP and AF need to plan the next game at UVU i pay for a ticket 3 days before and they told me it was full. why were they still selling tickets? such a joke. trickeration i wouldnt be sayin that already remember what happened tylers haws's senior year? ya. play it game by game LP! ur on the right track!

AF FAN
American Fork, ut

It was a good game. AF did not play there best though they were all missing easy lay ins and there fowl shots. Hopefully next time AF can play better. LP is a good team but they also seemd kind of winey. For instance players of LP constantly complaiing to the refs.Bad calls were called on both teams deal with it. Next time AF will have the victory :)

Pinstripes
Alpine, UT

Haws is 15 years old. He does not turn sixteen until June. However all three of these boys are outstanding players and young men. Continue to work hard LP!!

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