JV player hits shot of his life; opponent hits better shot of his life
A game of one-upmanship in Indiana JV hoops.
Nothing like hitting the go-ahead three, fading away, with a hand in your face, and only a second on the clock. Well, unless someone drains a half-courter for the win. Then your memorable shot is pretty easily forgotten.
Playing the role of Sean Woods was Harrison (In.) High School's Nathan Earl, whose three gave his team the late lead over Avon in a junior varsity game.
Alec Pfledderer, however, takes the inbounds pass, turns, and buries a contested shot just beyond half court for the win.
(h/t The Big Lead)
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