Hughes scores 12 and helps team to All-Star Game win

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Wisconsin senior Trevon Hughes scored 12 points and was one of six players in double figures as the Reese's College All-Stars topped the Hershey's College All-Stars, 106-101, in the Reese's College Senior All-Star Game Friday night before a crowd of 10,103 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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Coach Gene Keady's Reese's All-Stars trailed by one at the half, 58-57, but had balanced scoring in the contest. Hughes started and played 21 minutes making 5-of-13 shots while pulling down six rebounds, dishing out four assists with a block and a steal.

The game, conducted by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), is played annually during the NCAA Final Four.  Cal's Jerome Randle, who scored 12 points with seven assists, was selected as the most outstanding player for Reese's.

Fellow Badger senior Jason Bohannon competed in the 22nd-annual State Farm College 3-Point Championship on Thursday. Bohannon would knock down 19 triples in round one to advance to the semifinals, but his second-round total of 15 was not enough to reach the final pairing.

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