The experienced Wauwatosa East Red Raiders rolled over a young Tosa West team, 61-39, Friday night before an overflow crowd at Tosa East.
Diamonte McKinley led East wioth 15 points and Marquise Carter added 12 as both teams cleared their benches before the night was over. Sophomore Blake Harvey led West with 13 points.
After a 17-7 first quarter, West cut the lead to 30-22 at halftime. But East came out and went on a 24-10 run in the third period for a 54-32 lead going into the fourth quarter.
It was the first meeting of the Carroll brothers - junior Anthony of East and freshman Andre of West.
Anthony finished with five points in the fourth quarter and Andre had six points for the game.
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