Greg Hill had a great game for us. We rode him to this victory. Michigan City's tough to play. They're got athletes and quickness, just like us.
Let's be realistic, the best we could've hoped for was middle of the pack.
He played with passion. He was an interior force. He took us all out to lunch.
The bottom line is we took command of that ballgame in the second half and that's been our strong point recently. It was a little crazy at the end -- we didn't handle the ball well and tried to score instead of running clock -- but the kids followed the game plan and hung with it.
It was his choice as to what kind of shot he wanted to take. Greg will tell you that his favorite shot to take is a three-pointer.
Give them credit for hitting some shots and doing a nice job moving the ball. But we certainly didn't play defense like we're capable of. There will definitely be some fury unleashed after we watch game films at 7 a.m. (today).
I already know the draw. In all my years coaching, I have never once gotten the bye. How can that be Maybe the basketball gods will smile on this old man for once.
We were very fortunate to win this game. We didn't play better basketball, you have to give a lot of credit to Chesterton.
It's a tremendous accomplishment for this group of kids. To be co-champions with certainly one of the top five, six teams in the state (Valparaiso), I'm extremely proud of them. They have accomplished as much during the regular season as any team I've had.