Foster leads Johnson past Central

St. Paul Central guard Caron Crowe (2) tries to get past the outstretched reach of St. Paul Johnson’s Julian Hodges (top) and Jesse Foster (55) as Donnie Preston looks on.
Photo by Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald

Senior center Jesse Foster led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points—13 in the first half—to lead St. Paul Johnson (5-6, 1-0) to a 67-61 City Conference victory over St. Paul Central (2- 8, 0-1) Jan. 9.

The visiting Governors were able to offset a dominating performance by guard Caron Crowe. The senior guard led the Minutemen with 28 points and while backcourt mate Gedeon Musabyi added 10, it wasn’t enough as Larry Harris (14 points), Julian Hodges (11), Quijuan Lewis (11) and Ishmael David (10) each scored in double figures contributing to Johnson’s victory.

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Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald is a contributing columnist to the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder. He can be reached at mcdeezy05@gmail.com.

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