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Super 8 Plays of the Week 12/12

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Number 8: Montana's Walter Wright gets a nice reverse lay in versus San Jose State.

Number 7: Hellgate's Bridger Deden hangs in the air to finish the and-one against Skyview.

Number 6: Colstrip's Madison Bighorn gets a big block versus Joliet.

Number 5: Sentinel's Kylie Frolich brings down a pair of offensive boards before getting a great finish for the bucket over Senior.

Number 4: Rocky's Taylor Longo flips the ball high off the glass for the and-one versus MSUB.

Number 3: Manhattan's Nathan VanDyke goes up and under for the lay in versus Columbus.

Number 2: Plenty Coup's Blake DeCrane puts the ball through the defenders legs on the fast break versus Lodge Grass.

Number 1: Columbus steals the inbounds pass, and go behind the back for the bucket in transition.

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