Kaleim Taylor made six 3-pointers and scored 25 points to lead the Milwaukee Academy of Science Novas in a 65-58 nonconference boys basketball win over the Edgerton Crimson Tide on Friday at Edgerton High.

Milwaukee Academy of Science (14-8) heads into the postseason with momentum after beating reigning Division 4 champion Destiny on Wednesday and Edgerton (17-5) on Friday.

Jacob Fox had 19 points to lead the Crimson Tide, who had a seven-game winning streak ended.

Darius Hannah, a 6-foot-9 forward, added 18 points for the Novas.


MAOS (65)—Jenkins 2-0-4, Taylor 7-5-25, Glosson 3-2-8, Leonard 1-0-2, Beasley 1-0-2, Wilder 2-0-6, Hannah 6-6-18. Totals: 22-13-65.

Edgerton (58)—Cone 5-2-12, Jenny 2-1-5, Fox 5-7-19, Zeimet 2-0-5, J. Johnson 2-0-5, A. Johnson 4-0-8, Long 2-0-4. Totals: 22-10-58.

MAOS 31 34—65

Edgerton 29 29—58

3-point goals—MAOS 8 (Taylor 6, Wilder 2), Edgerton 4 (Fox 2, Zeimet 1, J. Johnson 1). Free throws missed—MAOS 3, Edgerton 4. Total fouls—MAOS 15, Edgerton 15. Fouled out—Fox.

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