In Saturday's semifinals of the Porter County Conference Tournament, that offense produced plenty of heart-rattling moments as the Blackhawks hung on for a 59-55 victory over Kouts. Westville (9-3) plays Morgan Township at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the championship game at Hebron. The Cherokees defeated Union Mills South Central 57-38 in the second semifinal. Albers, a 6-foot-3 guard, finished with 23 points. He said he has the green light from just inside the half-court line.
He forgot about his missed free throws and the goaltending call on him in the final seconds of regulation in Valparaiso's 69-62 overtime win over Lake Central. The Vikings (9-3, 2-0) wouldn't have been in OT without Newman. The 6-foot-4 junior guard total 30 points, 16 rebounds, four assists and two steals. And he didn't shoot it particularly well, finishing 12-for-27. "As soon as they blew the whistle (for overtime), I forgot about it," Newman said about how the fourth quarter ended.
Lake Central's Justin Graciano is honest about his basketball objectives. Sitting, though, can help your perspective. The 6-foot-1 senior guard leads the Indians in scoring, but was held out of the starting lineup last season for games against Valparaiso and Lowell. He's been a different player since that moment. Graciano said the benching was his responsibility. "My attitude was pretty bad," he acknowledged. "I had to figure out it wasn't always about me but my teammates."
@MarksOnFire4U As a side, the official that made the call was the trailer, right in front of me at the scorers table. Shot was on the right side. Saw it the same way he did at that time. Not making a judgement. Point is, it wasn't easy situation. Also, Valpo didn't protest.
@MarksOnFire4U It's hard to know. Thought it was a goal tend. Think it wasn't after seeing the photo (s). We have a series of shots. That's a layup off the glass. Pinned it against the glass. Think it was a good call. Either way, one side was going to be unhappy.
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