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J.P. Tokoto Drops 30 in Record-Setting Performance


J.P. Tokoto needed 21 points to set the all-time career scoring record set by Brad Christenson, who scored 1,427 career points set between 1990-93. Tokoto didn’t leave the home crowd hanging, and put up 30 points leading the Indians to a comfortable 66-47 victory over West Allis Central. Tokoto broke the record after draining a three-pointer early in the fourth quarter, which gave the Indians a 51-40 lead. The crowd knew the significance of the shot, and chanted “J.P.” (Menomonee Falls Patch)


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