Conner Frankamp had the game of his life on Tuesday night, but he still left Wichita Northwest (Kansas) High with an empty feeling in his stomach. That's because Frankamp, one of the nation's budding sophomore talents, couldn't deliver a win in a game in which the point guard set a new Wichita City League record for points in a single game.
"It means a lot to me, but not as much as getting a 'W,'" Frankamp told Kansas.com of his new record. "[A late 3-pointer] looked good for a second, I thought it was going in. But I was a little tired there at the end, so I got to work on my endurance."
As reported on Kansas.com and elsewhere, Frankamp dropped in an astounding 52 points in a double-overtime loss for his Wichita North (Kansas) High team in the second game of the season. The point guard scored 17 of his points in a dramatic fourth quarter in which he seemed to steal a win for the Redskins before Northwest star June Johnson nailed a late three to force the game into overtime.
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