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Bronny James, Sierra Canyon Beat St. John Bosco 67-39 as BJ Boston Drops 18

Paul KasabianSenior ContributorFebruary 15, 2020

Sierra Canyon's Brandon Boston #3 is seen against Dominican during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic, Saturday, January 18, 2020, in Springfield, MA. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan)
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Terren Frank scored 19 points and BJ Boston added 18 as Sierra Canyon School defeated St. John Bosco 67-39 in the CIF Southern Section playoffs' Open Division bracket Friday.

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Sierra Canyon opened the playoffs with a THIRTY PIECE! 👀🔥 @SCanyonSports https://t.co/xg50OG3Z9S

The Chatsworth, California, school outscored its opponents from Bellflower, California, by 27 after the first quarter.

Frank and Boston both provided highlights during the Trailblazers' postseason-opening win.

Frank threw down a poster dunk that got his teammates out of their seats:

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Boston provided a heads-up play after tossing an inbounds pass at his opponent's back before gathering the ball for an easy two: 

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Brandon Boston got ‘em off the back! 🤣 @bboston_ https://t.co/9NcMug2sB3

Sierra Canyon freshman guard LeBron James Jr. (known as Bronny) scored two points on a pair of free throws during a third-quarter run that helped put the game away. The Trailblazers led 49-28 heading into the fourth.

James is the oldest son of Los Angeles Lakers guard/forward LeBron James.

The 25-4 Trailblazers, who are ranked second in MaxPreps' latest high school boys basketball ratings, will now face St. Anthony and Etiwanda to round out round-robin pool play. St. Anthony is first up Tuesday.

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