Ravell Call, Deseret News
Lone Peak's Chase Hansen rebounds despite the efforts of American Fork's Danny Beddes, left, and Ryan Andrus during Friday night's game in Highland, won by the Knights. Friday, Jan. 20, 2012.

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Depending on who you support in Utah County tonight, No. 13 will either be lucky or unlucky.

No. 1 Lone Peak has beat American Fork in 12 straight games dating back to 2006, a streak it looks to stretch to 13 tonight when it travels to third-ranked American Fork.

When Lone Peak beat visiting American Fork 55-40 back on Jan. 20, the gym was packed well over an hour before tipoff. A similar atmosphere is expected in the rematch. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., and Lone Peak fans are being advised that only 500 fans will be permitted into the gym because of limited seating.

For those who can't make it, or who are turned away at the door, the Deseret News will be streaming the game live at DeseretNews.com at 7 p.m.

With three games remaining in the regular season, Lone Peak leads American Fork by a game in the Region 4 standings and can clinch the title with a victory.

The showdown features four athletes who've already committed to in-state schools, and several more who may follow.

Lone Peak junior Nick Emery and sophomore T.J. Haws have both already verbally committed to BYU. American Fork seniors Marcel Davis and Quincy Bair have already signed their letters of intent to play at Utah State.

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