poured in 70 points as Lakeview Christian Academy (Duluth, Minn.)
raced past Cass Lake-Bena (Cass Lake, Minn.) 117-99, but it wasn't even his career high.
The prolific 6-foot-2 senior guard had scored 71 points - No. 2 in Minnesota history - as a junior. Counting a 61-point game earlier this year, the remarkable teenager is the only player in state history to have three games of more than 60 points. He drilled 23-of-32 from the field, including 10 threes, and all 14 of his free throw attempts before sitting out the last six minutes.
Broman told the Duluth News Tribune, "It was just one of those nights where everything was going in and my teammates kept finding me. It was a fun night."
Broman's 6-1 sophomore brother, Bjorn, also had a big night with 19 points and 13 assists.