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So Many Moments

South Beloit had the ball with time ticking down in the second overtime, trailing by two, but with Sophomore Superstar, Ross Robertson, already with 35 points and looking for more. As the clock ticked below ten seconds to play, the pass went into the high post where Tyiion Jackson had been left alone – for a reason – all night.

"That was all Jeff Korte," said Hornet senior Jacob Duerr. "He told me that if there was nobody on my side that I should jump that pass, so I jumped it."

Duerr leaped up and snagged the ball with one hand – ripping it away from Jackson for the steal, and pass...

 

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