Conant Rallies Past Harlan; Viator Hangs Tough

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Conant Rallies Past Harlan; Viator Hangs Tough


Byline: Marty Maciaszek

mmaciaszek@@dailyherald.com

Conant and Harlan arrived late in their Wednesday night matchup in the 31st annual St. Viator Thanksgiving tournament.

Harlan finally reached Arlington Heights from the south side of Chicago about 45 minutes after the scheduled 6 p.m. tipoff.

And Conant (1-1) finally took control in the final nine minutes and pulled away to a 60-48 victory.

"We hung in there and it was good to see," Conant senior Jeff Keegan said after scoring 7 points in a decisive 13-0 run. "We kept fighting."

Senior Antwan Watson scored 10 of his 21 points in the third quarter and 2 free throws by 6-foot-6 senior standout Joseph White (14 points) put Harlan (0-2) up 40-37 with 1:09 left in the third quarter.

But a driving 3-point play and a short baseline drive by Keegan bridging the final two quarters put Conant ahead for good.

"I thought we gave up a couple too many momentum runs," said Conant coach Tom McCormack. "For the most part we came into the fourth quarter in a close game and executed the way we needed to execute."

Particularly at the free-throw line, where Keegan hit all 7 of his attempts as Conant finished 25-for-30. Harlan never got closer than 8 points in the final 4:15.

Junior Tim Gilhooly came off the bench to score 13 points on 5- for-7 shooting and senior Chris Hoffman had 10 points and 5 rebounds. Senior Tom Sotos scored 4 of his 7 points in the late- game run and had 5 rebounds and 2 assists.

"The guys coming off the bench made contributions as big as some of the other guys," McCormack said of his inexperienced 10-deep crew.

"We've worked on it all summer and seen flashes of what we can do," said Keegan, who had 3 assists with junior Tony Rizzo. "We have to work on improving night in and night out to eventually get to where we need to be. …

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