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Jackson Ruai scores 22 to lead Amphitheater past Flowing Wells

Amphitheater head coach Ben Hurley (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

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Amphitheater improved to 6-1 on the year and 4-0 in power-ranking games thanks to a 63-47 win at Flowing Wells (1-7, 0-5) Thursday night. The two teams played a much closer game two weeks ago at the inaugural Dick McConnell Thanksgiving Classic held at Pima Community College, where the Panthers prevailed 85-82 in overtime, but this game was decided midway through the third quarter….

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FW: 14-14-7-12: 47
AHS: 16-17-18-12: 63

FW: K. Whitaker: 7, 1-4 2 3pt. (17); S. Chavez: 6, 2-4 (14); N. August: 4, 2-4 (10); V. Garcia: 2 3pt. (6): 47.
AHS: J. Ruai: 11 (22); D. Clark: 8, 3 3pt. (19); T. Bates 3 (6); C. Kimmel: 2, 3 pt. (5); J. Davis: 2 (4); J. Schmidt: 2 (4); E. Barraza 3pt. (3): 63.

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