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McKay, Zurliene are ABV POY's
Coaches Gamber, Schadegg honored as COY's

03-14-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
MT. VERNON – Back in February before the Woodlawn at Sesser-Valier game I noticed that the Cardinals were getting ready to take the floor wearing shirts sponsored by local insurance agent Scott Owens.

So I walked up to Blake McKay, who was getting ready to lead his team out onto the floor and I said “So are you Blake from State Farm?” It got a chuckle from everyone standing there.

Mater Dei crushes Murphysboro
Knights produce big defensive effort in 46-26 victory
03-10-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CARBONDALE – For the Mater Dei Knights on Tuesday night at the 2A supersectional, it was all about precision.

Defensive and offensive precision.

Coach Ron Schadegg's club did a number on the Murphysboro Red Devils.

Goreville heads back to Peoria
Blackcats top Central A&M, 71-64, improve to 35-2
03-10-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CARBONDALE – Too many weapons.

That was what turned out to be the difference in Tuesday night's 1A Carbondale Supersectional game between Goreville and Central A&M.

The deep and talented Blackcats eventually got the best of the reigning supersectional .....

Supersectionals are set
Breese Mater Dei, Goreville, Murphysboro, Madison post Friday night wins
Central A&M heads back to SIU
Raiders roll late, 57-43, for third consecutive sectional title
02-06-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CASEY - Turnovers are always a big factor when it comes to high school basketball games.

Perhaps even more importantly are “points off of turnovers.”

The Central A&M Raiders forced Effingham St. Anthony into 14 miscues .....


St. Anthony "survives" scare
Bulldogs improve to 29-3 as they edged past host Warriors
03-04-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CASEY - The mantra of all teams in bracketed tournaments, especially in the postseason, is to “survive and advance.”

On Wednesday night at the 1A Casey-Westfield Sectional semifinals, Effingham St. Anthony did both.


Cardinals cruise past Cobden
McKay's 31 points pushes Woodlawn to sectional title game
03-03-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
NORRIS CITY – On Tuesday night at the NCOE 1A Sectional, the Woodlawn Cardinals once again proved that the postseason is where they shine the brightest.

And 6-foot-1 senior guard Blake McKay was the guiding light.


NCOE, C-W host sectionals
Eight teams have a combined record of 216-40

03-01-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
NORRIS CITY - A long time basketball coach once told me something that has stuck in my hard drive when it comes to analyzing the state tournament.

“It is better to be lucky than good. But I find the harder I work, the luckier I get.”

On the other hand I have always looked at sports luck coming .....

Ham Co, Shelbyville host sectionals
Eight teams have a combined record of 199-57

03-02-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
MCLEANSBORO/SHELBYVILLE - If you are looking for IHSA boy's basketball name recognition, the Deep South sectionals have you covered in this season's 2A events at both McLeansboro Hamilton County and Shelbyville.

The ones who advanced with regional wins all have had success (some more than others) over the years in this tournament.

Okawville nabs sixth straight regional title
Rockets roll past cold shooting Marissa-Coulterville, 52-33
02-28-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
STEELEVILLE - The Okawville Rockets, year after year, prepare themselves for the postseason.

And for the sixth consecutive time, and the eighth time in the four-class era, Coach Jon Kraus has led his club to a regional championship.

Lions "vandalize" Vandalia
Marshall forces 19 turnovers, advances to title game
02-25-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
FLORA - Heading into the postseason, the top-seeded team in Sub-Sectional A of the Shelbyville 2A Sectional wasn't exactly playing its best basketball.

Or so it seemed.

Bulldogs barely hang on
Carmi-White County edges West Frankfort, advances to semifinals
02-24-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CARMI - If you were to use analytic thinking in a horse racing sense in describing the first round game of the 2A Carmi-White County Regional on Monday night it might be worded like this in the Daily Racing Form of past performances.


Anna-Jonesboro picks up senior night win
Pena leads Wildcats with 19 points, beat Sparta, 70-55
02-21-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
Head coach Mike Chamness was expecting a great effort from his Anna-Jonesboro Wildcats as they suited up for their senior night in the finale of the 2019-20 regular season.

He got that and then some in their 70-55 victory over Sparta in front of a large home crowd Friday night.

Patoka edges Webber Township
Alexander, Belcher lead Warriors to road victory, 54-51
02-15-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
BLUFORD – Senior Tyler Alexander has been battling a cold the last few days but he gutted out a big performance for his Patoka Warriors on Tuesday.

The 5-foot-10 guard scored 20 points and came up big in the final moments of a 54-51 road win over Webber Township.


02-17-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
So here we are, folks. The end of another high school basketball season.

With the final regular season games on tap for this week the teams will now prepare for the postseason, or as I have said for many years, the only games that matter.

Rangers defense keys big win
Benton picks up second 2019-20 SIRR Ohio win over Massac County, 43-34
02-15-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
BENTON - The Benton Rangers jumped back into River-to-River Ohio Division championship contention on Saturday night on the strength of a late game defensive stand against visiting Massac County.

Trailing 34-33 with 6:24 remaining in the contest, Coach Ron Winemiller got the stops that they needed as they shut out the Patriots the rest of the way.
Fairfield romps past Foxes
Mules race away to 71-32 win; improve to 8-0 in the BDC East

02-11-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
MCLEANSBORO – The Fairfield Mules, coming off of an resume building signature win over Nashville at the Rich Herrin Classic at Benton on Saturday, were perhaps primed for a let down when they traveled to Black Diamond Conference East Division rival Hamilton County on Tuesday night.
That notion turned out to be nonsensical as the game was practically over before Hamilton County got the license plat number of the truck that hit them.

Woodlawn picks up key road win
McKay, Rynski shine in 57-38 win over Sesser-Valier
02-04-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
SESSER – If anyone was expecting a regional championship-type atmosphere on Tuesday night when rivals Woodlawn and Sesser-Valier hooked up in their annual February regular season battle, they didn't get it.

What the pretty good sized crowd for a Tuesday night saw, and what turned out to a 57-38 win by the visiting Cardinals, was simply one team out-shooting the other.

Knights finally get rolling late
Metro-East Lutheran's big second half dooms CORL
02-03-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CENTRALIA – The Metro-East Lutheran Knights were late arriving for their rescheduled game at Christ Our Rock Lutheran on Monday night.

The varsity only game was schedule for 6:15 pm start but the game got under way about 6:30 pm.

NCOE nabs first ever GEC tournament title
Fighting Cardinals use big third quarter ending in 47-33 win over Crab Orchard
Pope County, Hardin County pick up final day hardware
02-01-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
HARRISBURG – For the Norris City-Omaha-Enfield Fighting Cardinals, it was a long wait to hoist the championship trophy of the Greater Egyptian Conference Tournament.

Having moved to the GEC after a long stay in the now defunct Mid-South Conference, this program hadn't been able to secure this title in its previous 12 tries of the event.

Crab Orchard, Gallatin County win at GEC
Trojans roll past Thompsonville; Hawks edge Hardin County
01-28-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
HARRISBURG – The Crab Orchard Trojans, by their own standards, played a pretty poor offensive first half against the Thompsonville Tigers in the first round of the Greater Egyptian Conference Tournament on Tuesday night.

Coach Jon Brown's squad struggled to just a 22-17 lead at the half.

Fighting Cardinals, Pirates win on opening night
NCOE dispatches Galatia; Pope County routs Carrier Mills

01-27-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
HARRISBURG – Coming into the week long annual Greater Egyptian Conference tournament, the Norris City-Omaha-Enfield Fighting Cardinals have already guaranteed at least a share of the regular season title, having already played the league games and finishing 6-1.

But Coach Jim Tucker and his club would love to take home the tournament championship, also.

Cardinals edge Indians for MTC title
Rynski nails down two free throws with :08.2 left, Woodlawn tops Wayne City 55-53
Odin, Cisne pick up final day victories
01-25-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
WAYNE CITY - The Woodlawn Cardinals have had ownership of the Midland Trail Conference tournament championship trophy for a long time.

In fact they only have one tournament loss since they joined the league in 2007-08; a 49-48 championship game defeat to Odin in January of 2014.

Mater Dei, Nashville reach NIT title game
Knights take care of Breese Central; Hornets edge Mascoutah
01-24-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
NASHVILLE – The Mater Dei Knights have won six Nashville Invitational Tournament championships in the previous 37 years of the annual event.

Coach Ron Schadegg has his club in the championship game of the 38th edition with a chance at number seven.

Altamont overcomes sluggish offensive night
Indians rally past North Clay in key NTC battle, 56-40
01-23-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
LOUISVILLE – It wasn't exactly pretty but the Altamont Indians accomplished what they set out to do on Thursday night in a make up game of a previously scheduled National Trail Conference contest at North Clay.

Despite some major offensive deficiencies by both teams .....

Murphysboro rallies past Warriors
Red Devils improve to 2-0 in Pool B with 51-39 victory over Steeleville
Waterloo, Freeburg also pick up wins
01-22-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
SPARTA - The Murphysboro Red Devils needed a big defensive effort on Wednesday night against Steeleville at the 56th annual Sparta “Mid-Winter Classic.”

Coach Daryl Murphys club looked a bit lethargic for the first three quarters of the game offensively as they trailed the Warriors for much of the game heading into the fourth quarter.

Egyptian rolls past Tornadoes
Pharaohs dominate in 72-38 triumph; Lovejoy, Elverado post wins
01-21-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
TAMMS – The Egyptian Pharaohs, the hosts of the fourth annual Egyptian “Mid-Winter Classic,” began there part of the pool play tournament with a resounding 72-38 win over Zeigler-Royalton on the second night of the event.

Head coach Allen Pearman's club jumped on the Tornadoes with a 13-0 run and never looked in the rear view mirror, kept the pedal to the floor and romped to the easy win on Tuesday night.

Rangers top Hamilton County
Coach Winemiller notches 200th win at Benton, Reece Johnson reaches 1K career points
Pinckneyville, Vandalia post easy wins on opening night of the BIT
01-20-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
BENTON - It was a milestone night at Rich Herrin Gymnasium on Monday as the Benton Rangers kicked off their 47th annual event.

Head coach Ron Winemiller picked up his 200th win at the school and junior guard Reece Johnson reached the 1,000 point club as the Rangers cruised past long time rival Hamilton County 51-34 in the finale of the three game opening night.

Cobden picks up big road win
Appleknockers' return trip to West Frankfort ends in 62-54 win
01-18-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
WEST FRANKFORT – It had been a long time since a Cobden Appleknockers' boy's basketball team had stepped onto the hardwood floor of Max Morris Gymnasium.

How long was it you might ask?

It was Tuesday night, March 17, 1964, to be exact.

Chester advances to title game
Yellow Jackets never trail in 62-47 win over Saxony Lutheran
Valmeyer moves to consolation title game, 61-27 over Shawnee
01-16-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
CHESTER - Basketball has always been considered a game of scoring runs.

On Thursday night at the Chester Invitational Tournament, the host Yellow Jackets' runs were bigger and better.

The hosts will now have a chance on Saturday night to defend its CIT championship.

Steeleville stays Cahokia unbeaten
Warriors put away Red Bud, 50-34; 5-0 in Kaskaskia Division
01-14-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
RED BUD - The Steeleville Warriors, so far in 2019-20, have dominated the Cahokia Conference Kaskaskia Division.

Coach Aaron Fiene's club improved to 5-0 in the league with a 50-34 win Tuesday night on the road at Red Bud.

M-C takes down Odin
Meteors fly higher than Eagles, 53-41 in non-conference battle

01-13-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
MARISSA - On Monday night at home, the Marissa-Coulterville Meteors did just enough to pick up a pretty good victory over another highly regarded 1A team as head coach Scott Wine's club improved to 11-5 on the season.

But the triumph was anything but easy.

Central A&M powers past T-Town
Raiders overcome tought start, romp to 80-64 win.
Neoga, Newton, Effingham, Paris, Dieterich all post victories
01-11-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
EFFINGHAM – Great teams over the years, in any sport you care to choose, night after night, game after game, are able to overcome adversity.

Especially when you wear a bullseye each time you step on the floor.

The ABV Top Ranked 1A team and state ranked Central A&M Raiders .....

Nokomis rolls past EAWR
Redskins win fifth straight game, 59-24, Record now stands at 6-5
01-08-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
WOOD RIVER - The Nokomis Redskins' boy's basketball program is one of the few in the state that doesn't participate in a holiday tournament.

So coming into this week, Coach Steve Kimbro's club hadn't played a game since December 20th.

After a very “sluggish” 39-24 win over Litchfield on Tuesday night, the Redskins traveled .....

Indians' defense makes difference
Wayne City holds on for 46-38 non-conference win over NCOE
McKinney, Taylor, Dickey lead balanced attack
01-07-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
NORRIS CITY - The Wayne City Indians picked up an important road win on Tuesday night as they traveled to Norris City-Omaha-Enfield to snag a 46-38 triumph.

On a night when they offense wasn't exactly pretty, the Indians' defense stood out like a “lime green road worker's vest” as the club improved to 9-6 on the season.

Host Cardinals romp past Webber Township
North Clay leads from the start in 73-29 shootout finale victory
01-04-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
LOUISVILLE – While the first seven games of the North Clay Shootout were relatively close games, the nightcap was anything but a “nail biter.”

The host Cardinals “took no prisoners” with a lopsided 73-29 romp over Webber Township to close the day.

Herrin overcomes tough start
Tigers storm back with fourth quarter scoring burst, top Massac County 69-59
01-03-2020
BY JACK BULLOCK
Herrin – The Herrin Tigers got off to such a hapless start offensively that it even messed up the varsity cheerleaders' normal routine.

As each game begins at home, the Tigers' cheer squad set up around the court and, when the Tigers score their first field goal, the cheerleaders then toss an orange Herrin tee shirt into the crowd.

Goreville wins SVHT
Blackcats "win-dex" championship, 74-65 over Altamont
Marissa-Coulterville, Sesser-Valier, Sparta snag hardware
12-30-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
If you are looking for one stat that gave the Goreville Blackcats a 74-65 victory over Altamont to win the 39th annual Sesser-Valier Holiday Tournament championship, look no further than the rebounding totals.

Coach Todd Tripp's Cats pounded the boards on Monday night, grabbing 16 offensive rebounds on their way to a dominating 36-18 overall edge.

Pharaohs take home top prize
Egyptian goes 3-0, Trexler reaches 2K career points
12-28-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
Dongola – The Egyptian Pharaohs were on the verge of winning the Dongola Christmas Tournament last December after winning it's first two games.

All they needed to do was to triumph over Joppa-Maple Grove in the finale.

But Coach Allen Pearman saw his club “stub its toes” against the Rangers, forcing a ....

Murphysboro falls in third place game
Red Devils' tank hits "empty" in 81-53 loss to Lutheran North
DuQuoin, Cairo drop trophy games on final day
12-29-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
CARBONDALE – The Murphysboro Red Devils suffered a heart wrenching 63-61 overtime loss to St. Mary (MO.) in the semifinals of the 56th annual Carbondale Holiday Tournament Sunday afternoon.

Coach Daryl Murphy's disappointed squad gave it a go in the third place game against St. Louis (MO.) Lutheran North a few hours later but things didn't go so well.

DT Championship stays at home
Host Panthers cruise past Woodlawn in title game victory
Mt. Carmel, Olney, Chester among final day winners
12-28-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
PINCKNEYVILLE – As each game goes forward, Pinckneyville senior guard Dawson Yates continues to show how important he is to his Panthers' success story for 2019-20.

The 6-foot-2 three year starter scored 16 points, handed out six assists and drilled home 8-of-8 free throws his team defended their 2018 tournament championship with a 68-42 rout of Woodlawn in the title game on Saturday night at the Duster Thomas “Hoops Classic.”

Mater Dei, Nashville post wins Friday
Knights take care of Okawville; Hornets put away Wesclin
12-27-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
BREESE – It's been nine seasons since the Mater Dei Knights claimed the title of their own holiday tournament.

Coach Ron Schadegg's has his team in the running after two days of the 59th annual event.

It wasn't easy to say the least, but the Knights are sitting at 3-0 in Pool B after .....

Hawks hold off South Central
Macon Meridian finishes Day 1 at 2-0; Pana also wins both of its games
Vandalia, Okaw Valley also stay unbeaten in pool play event
12-26-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
VANDALIA – For Macon Meridian head coach Shannon Houser, the third quarter of his team's second game on Thursday at the 48th annual Vandalia Holiday Tournament could have been a really bad omen for his relatively young team.

After leading for most of the first half and holding a 34-27 spread at halftime, the Hawks came out flat in the second half of its second contest of the day.

The 39th annual looks strong
Goreville, Christopher, Altamont, Marissa-Coulterville loom large
Cobden, host Red Devils, Odin, Sparta round out the top eight
12-25-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
SESSER-VALIER – For the first time since 2001, the Sesser-Valier Red Devils will come into their own holiday tournament as the defending champions.

Last season the Red Devils beat Marissa-Coulterville in the championship game, 57-54, to win their first SVHT title since 2000.

Indians roll past Hillsboro
Eirhart, Jarhaus pace Altamont in 67-50 win; Tribe remains undefeated
12-23-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
ALTAMONT – On Monday night the Altamont Indians triumph over Hillsboro turned out to be “The Kaden and Aiden Show.”

Six-foot-two junior guard Kaden Eirhart and 5-foot-11 senior guard Aiden Jahraus put on an offensive show as they led the Indians past the Hiltoppers, 67-50 in a non-conference contest that was a tuneup for this coming holiday tournament season for both teams.

North Clay claims WCHT title
Cardinals' rally past Crab Orchard, 70-62, take home first WC title since 1980
Cisne, Wayne City, Webber Township post final day wins
12-21-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
WAYNE CITY – For the 2019-20 season head coach Josh Zink decided to play some early tough competition to get his team ready for bigger and better things.

Taking on a “Murderer's Row” of state ranked teams produced an 0-3 record after three contests.

The dividends started paying off this week at the 66th annual Conrad Allen Wayne City .....

St. Anthony stays unbeaten
Bulldogs rule the boards, win 66-49; Dust gets double-double
12-20-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
DIETERICH – Getting defensive stops is an important product of every successful basketball program.

But if you can't keep the other team from getting second and third chances, the results usually end up in the favor of your opponent.

Crab Orchard advances to championship game
Trojans "clean the glass" in 54-46 win over Webber Township
North Clay, Cisne also also stay alive; Cardinals, Lions set to clash Friday night
12-19-2019
The Crab Orchard Trojans will play in their first Conrad Allen Wayne City Holiday Tournament championship game since 2014 after their 54-46 win over Webber Township on Thursday night .

Coach Jon Brown's program has won two WCHT championships (2009, 2011) and will go for number three Saturday night at 7:30 pm after winning Pool A with a 3-0 mark.

The Trojans are now 12-1 on the season.

Pirates "sail" past W/SS
Cumberland handles Hatchets; Host Eagles, Patoka also advance
12-18-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
ST. ELMO – “It's really nice to get back to .500.”

That was one of the first things that Cumberland head coach Justin Roedl said after his team's 58-40 win in the opening round of the 60th annual St. Elmo Holiday Tournament on Wednesday night.

Shaking off the rust of inactivity since having no practice or games since last Friday's win .....

Red Devils romp past JC
Bates, Gunter, Kirk pace S-V in 45-25 conquest
12-17-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
SESSER-VALIER – It seems like every year the Sesser-Valier Red Devils have someone who can take on a scoring role for the team.

So far in 2019-20, the spot has been filled by 6-foot-1 senior veteran Peyton Bates.

Bates on Tuesday night, in a non-league home contest against Johnston City, led the .....

Crab Orchard out-guns host Indians
Trojans go the distance in 83-69 win over Wayne City
North Clay, Gallatin County, Cisne also post opening wins
BY JACK BULLOCK
While the first three games of the 66th annual Conrad Allen Wayne City Holiday Tournament were defensive minded, low scoring contests, the match up between Crab Orchard and the hosts was anything but.

The Trojans and Wayne City combined for an NBA like 124 field goal attempts in a 32 minute game nearly identical results.

Mules "manhandle" Eldorado
Fairfield romps to 74-40 BDC win; improves to 6-1
12-13-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
FAIRFIELD – The Eldorado Eagles and head coach Josh Bradley arrived in Fairfield for their conference matchup with the Mules riding a seven-game winning streak.

After the first few minutes of action Friday, there was zero chance win number eight was going to happen on this night.

66th annual event starts Saturday
Host Indians, defending champs Red Hill, lead balanced field
North Clay, Crab Orchard look strong
12-13-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
WAYNE CITY – The phrase “wide open” is often used in an assessment of a upcoming tournament and high school basketball is no different.

If you put that moniker on the 66th annual Conrad Allen Wayne City Holiday Tournament, you wouldn't be wrong.

Cobden puts away Meridian late
Franklin (s), Brumleve lead Appleknockers to league road victory
12-10-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
MOUNDS – To even the most casual boy's high school basketball fan in the deep part of southern Illinois, the Mounds Meridian Bobcats have been “commander and chief” of South Egyptian Conference for the last decade.

With only one loss in just over 10 regular season league contests, this program dominated regular season meetings.

Massac County completes sweep
Patriots win title, 68-59 over host Indians; Red Bud nips Cairo
12-07-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
DUQUOIN – Most championship basketball teams excel in the skills that it takes to win.

Usually they can rebound the ball, play strong defense to get important stops and hit free throws, especially in the clutch.

On Saturday night at the DuQuoin “Tip-Off Classic” Coach Joe Hosman's Massac County .....

Warriors spoil Cardinals' homecoming
Casey-Westfield rallies past North Clay, 74-56
BY JACK BULLOCK
Friday night's homecoming game against visiting Casey-Westfield couldn't have started any better for Coach Josh Zink and his North Clay Cardinals.

For the first few minutes and trips down the floor, the Cardinals took it right to the ABV 1A second-ranked Warriors.

They jumped on the visitors and took an early 9-0 lead which was triggered by junior .....

Woodlawn, Pinckneyville set for rematch
Cardinals hold off Okawville; Panthers wear down Freeburg
BY JACK BULLOCK
On Thursday night at the Carlyle “Kaskaskian Classic” the Woodlawn Cardinals jumped out to an early lead and held off a rally by Okawville to move into their second consecutive title game in this, the 21st annual event.

The Cardinals hit their free throws (11-of-11) with nine-straight made tosses in the fourth quarter to win Pool B by going 3-0 to earn a shot at the title.

Trico tops Sparta
Lodge, Cleland lead Pioneers to win, 51-39; Steeleville holds off Galatia
BY JACK BULLOCK
On Wednesday night at the Trico Invitational Tournament the host Pioneers jumped out to an energetic early lead with a near flawless first quarter and survived a near meltdown in the last three frames to secure a 51-39 triumph over rival Sparta to improve to 2-0 in the event and also the young season.

Six-foot-three sophomore Wilson Lodge was a beast on the inside, when he wasn't on the bench with foul trouble.

Christopher takes home top prize
MVP Motsinger leads Bearcats to 75-69 title game triumph
NCOE, Waltonville, Webber post final day wins
11-30-2019
BY JACK BULLOCK
CHRISTOPHER – For junior guard Gabe Motsinger, it couldn't get much better on Saturday night in the title game of the 45th annual Christopher Thanksgiving Tournament.

With head coach Eric Stallman and the rest of the near sellout crowd looking on, the 5-foot-11 senior guard, playing in his final CTT game, put on a show.