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Scotts going their separate ways

The 2013 Nancy Rehm/Border Wars Classic on Saturday marked the final time Northrop's standout twins Bryson and Brenton Scott will wear the same uniform.

The seniors, who were named co-MVPs after Indiana's 125-108 win over Ohio, are headed to different schools with Bryson going to Purdue and Brenton to Indiana State.

"It's a weird feeling knowing this is our last game," Bryson said. "It doesn't really feel like it. I hope for the best for him."

Bryson scored 22 points, while Brenton had 19.

"We are going to get used to it, and it is a new challenge that we are going to take on," Brenton said. "We are going to do the best we can at our separate colleges."

The two have been teammates for years in AAU, four years with the Bruins, and two all-star games.

Lately, though, the two have been working out and working on their basketball skills individually to get a taste of playing apart.

They came back together for one last game as Indiana broke the single-game scoring record of 122 points, set in 1995 by Indiana.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.