Bella Vista Prep defeated ISA at Andrews Osborne 95-64 at Trent Arena on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

Flyin’ Game 12: Bella Vista Prep 95, ISA at Andrews Osborne 64

Bella Vista’s Terry Armstrong (with ball) had 30 points and nearly double digits in jams. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

A 6-7 senior wing, Armstrong pummeled ISA with an assortment of what seemed like double-digit jams. That’s what University of Arizona coach Sean Miller is counting on from Armstrong, who signed with the Wildcats.

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»» FLYIN’ GAME 10: Minster vs. Convoy Crestview

ISA (International Sports Academy) is a 300-acre campus in Willoughby near Cleveland that specializes in sports training. Canadian Keon Ambrose, a 6-8 junior, had 25 points. He and 6-11 sophomore Charles Bediako, another Canadian, have made unofficial visits to Ohio State.

Bella Vista’s Terry Armstrong (with ball) had 30 points and nearly double digits in jams. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

Besides Armstrong, Bella Vista’s lineup is loaded with 6-7 junior Addison Patterson (18 points), 6-11 senior Jimmy Bell and 7-1 senior Rick Issanza, all who own multiple D-I offers. A key reserve for the Scottsdale program is junior guard Jeron Artest, the son of former NBA standout Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest.

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Bella Vista’s Terry Armstrong (with ball) had 30 points and nearly double digits in jams. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

Bella Vista also has the recent addition of guard Zion Harmon. According to the Louisville Courier Journal, the 5-9 sophomore was ruled ineligible by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association after a second transfer to Marshall County. He’ll remain a student there and play with Bella Vista on weekends. Harmon, considered the nation’s top guard prospect for the Class of 2021, hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 points.

Bella Vista’s Terry Armstrong (with ball) had 30 points and nearly double digits in jams. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF

On Saturday, Bella Vista lost 72-67 to Huntington Prep (W.Va.) at Flyin’.

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»» FLYIN’ GAME 8: Stivers vs. Cin. Taft

»» FLYIN’ GAME 7: Springfield vs. Prolific Prep

»» FLYIN’ GAME 6: Huntington Prep vs. Bella Vista

»» FLYIN’ GAME 5: Centerville vs. Oak Ridge (Fla.)

»» FLYIN’ GAME 4: Crestwood Prep (Ont.) vs. Cin. Dohn Prep

»» FLYIN’ GAME 3: Xenia vs. First Love Christian (Pa.)

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»» FLYIN’: Saturday’s Day 2 schedule adjusted

»» FLYIN’ PHOTOS: Friday’s Day 1

»» FLYIN’ GAME 2: IMG Academy (Fla.) vs. Huntington Prep (W.Va.)

»» FLYIN’ GAME 1: Fairmont vs. Crestwood Prep (Ont.)

»» FLYIN’: Here comes the “traveling circus”

»» FLYIN’ SCHEDULE: All games at Trent Arena

»» WEATHER ALERT: Postponed varsity events

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