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That Chase Spreen shot will go down in History

He comes from a great family. His parents drive from Indiana for every home game in Biggers Sports Center. The excitement at the moment it happened was the greatest the writer, a Blue Raider follower since 1968, has ever seen.

By Sue Stivers

The winning shot made by Chase Spreen at Lindsey Wilson's basketball game Saturday could not have happened to a better person.

Chase is an outstanding young man on and off the basketball court.



His parents have reserve seats just behind me and I applaud them for their interest in their son and LWC basketball.

They attend every home game, then drive back home to Indiana, in order to get back to work the next morning.

That is what I call "commitment." I've never seen as much excitement at a LWC basketball game and I have followed the team since 1968.

Yes, that shot will go down in History!

Congratulation Chase, Coach Peck and Coach Starks!Sue Stivers A loyal LWC Fan --Sue Stivers Comments re photo 43495 A Place in History Chase Spreen Biggers Sports


This story was posted on 2012-01-16 12:07:09



 






























 
 
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