De La Salle has Seton’s number in 68-60 win

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After sprawling across the halfcourt line while attempting a second-quarter steal, De La Salle’s Brandon Hutton scrambled to his feet to gather in an outlet pass off a long rebound of a missed Seton three-point attempt.

The Iowa-bound forward hammered down a two-handed dunk, bringing the home crowd to its feet. Less than a minute later, Karl Harris threw down a tomahawk one-hander after a Hutton strip on the other end. The cheers were perhaps a bit louder.

“I would say Brandon’s the best dunker on the team,” Harris said after the Meteors put the finishing touches on a 68-60 win Friday. “He usually has more than me. But (Friday), I had two.”


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