Pattani Provides Lift for Barrington Kwak Helps Hoffman Estates Get Past Buffalo Grove 56-45

By Maciaszek, Marty | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), February 21, 2001 | Go to article overview

Pattani Provides Lift for Barrington Kwak Helps Hoffman Estates Get Past Buffalo Grove 56-45


Maciaszek, Marty, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Marty Maciaszek Daily Herald Sports Writer

Anand Pattani quietly went about his business for three quarters for Barrington on Tuesday night.

The 6-foot senior missed his only 2 shots while 6-7 junior teammate Scott Schmitz was the center of attention on his way to 18 points, 18 rebounds and 5 blocks.

But Pattani played big late in a Mid-Suburban League crossover at Elk Grove. His 3-pointer put Barrington ahead for good and he scored all 9 of his points in the final 6:59 of a 66-57 victory.

"They left me open for the shot and that gave me some confidence," said Pattani of his 3 for a 47-46 lead with 6:59 left. "I hadn't been shooting well early."

Pattani went 4-for-5 in the fourth and had 7 assists as Barrington (14-12) ended a three-game losing streak. Senior Reid Redmann also had 7 of his 17 points in the final 3:49 and juniors Stu Rose and Michael Klear chipped in 11 and 9 points respectively.

"This is pretty special because this group of seniors has never been on a winning team," said Barrington coach Mike Obsuszt of a guaranteed above-.500 finish. "This was a nice win because they've got a good team."

Schmitz scored five times off misses and had 16 points and 16 rebounds as Barrington took a 42-32 lead 2:53 into the second half.

But Elk Grove (16-11), which came in having won 3 in a row and 8 of 10, rallied behind Eric McDonald (23 points) and Terry Evans (21 points).

Evans scored off a miss for a tie and McDonald drove by two defenders on the baseline and beat the buzzer for a 46-44 lead after three.

Then Pattani nailed his open 3 and stepped into the passing lane for a steal and three-quarter court drive for a layup. Schmitz followed with a layup for a 51-46 lead with 6:13 to play.

"Early in the game we were switching screens and it seemed like we were getting into the passing lanes well," Pattani said. "We were just missing steals by a little bit.

"When we went back to it later in the game we knew we'd be able to get some steals."

Elk Grove got within 4 points four times, the last at 61-57 on Evans' basket with 32 seconds left. But Pattani threw a downcourt bomb to Redmann for a 3-point play.

"We did a lot of good things, but the second opportunities and even some scraps and things down low inside were the most glaring things," Elk Grove coach Steve Messer said of a 39-21 rebound disadvantage. …

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