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Austin Richie nets 35 in season ending loss to Lake Central
Lake central is lead by Glenn Robinson. Yes, the son of Glenn Robinson of Purdue fame. Glen Robinson Jr lead Lake Central with 29 pts over Lowell. Austin scored 35 but needed 33 shots. Here is a link that gives some more info on the game.

http://www.nwitimes.com/sports/high-scho...21aa4.html

With the loss, Austin and Hayden's high school careers have both ended. Next time they suit up it will be for the Broncos!
03-03-2011 05:57 AM
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RE: Austin Richie nets 35 in season ending loss to Lake Central
Chicago Sun Times article on Austin's last High School game:

In the second game, Lake Central built a 12-point second-half lead and then held on for a 70-64 victory over Lowell.

This was a matchup of stars — Lowell’s Austin Richie and Lake Central’s Glenn Robinson III. Neither player disappointed.

The Indians jumped out to a 34-23 halftime after Robinson scored 18 of his 29 points.

Richie, who finished with 35, finally found his rhythm after the Red Devils started to get desperate in the fourth quarter.

He made three 3-pointers in the final eight minutes — all of them from NBA range and two of them with two guys in his face.

The Red Devils cut the lead to three with 46 seconds left after Richie’s last 3-pointer.

But that was as close as they could get.

Lake Central coach Dave Milausnic was disappointed to see Richie, who’ll head to Western Michigan, play his last game. Richie was in the Lake Central school system before his family moved.

“He played like a kid that wanted to play another game,” Milausnic said. “I remember him when he was 7 years old, shooting baskets at Lake Central. It’s sad to see him go.”

Milausnic may be sad about Richie leaving but he has a lot to look forward to. Robinson also had five assists, two steals and one block. The Red Devils had no one that could match up with him.

“That was pretty doggone good,” Milausnic said of Robinson’s performance.

Robinson has some company. His dad, Glenn Robinson, was in the crowd and so was Purdue coach Matt Painter. Robinson has already committed to play at Michigan.

In the end, Lowell just ran out of gas and Lake Central made enough free throws to put them away.

“I’m proud of my kids,” Milausnic said. “We only have one kid with sectional experience on the team. They have come a long way.”
03-03-2011 04:29 PM
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RE: Austin Richie nets 35 in season ending loss to Lake Central
(03-03-2011 04:29 PM)RHINO Wrote:  Chicago Sun Times article on Austin's last High School game:

In the second game, Lake Central built a 12-point second-half lead and then held on for a 70-64 victory over Lowell.

This was a matchup of stars — Lowell’s Austin Richie and Lake Central’s Glenn Robinson III. Neither player disappointed.

The Indians jumped out to a 34-23 halftime after Robinson scored 18 of his 29 points.

Richie, who finished with 35, finally found his rhythm after the Red Devils started to get desperate in the fourth quarter.

He made three 3-pointers in the final eight minutes — all of them from NBA range and two of them with two guys in his face.

The Red Devils cut the lead to three with 46 seconds left after Richie’s last 3-pointer.

But that was as close as they could get.

Lake Central coach Dave Milausnic was disappointed to see Richie, who’ll head to Western Michigan, play his last game. Richie was in the Lake Central school system before his family moved.

“He played like a kid that wanted to play another game,” Milausnic said. “I remember him when he was 7 years old, shooting baskets at Lake Central. It’s sad to see him go.”

Milausnic may be sad about Richie leaving but he has a lot to look forward to. Robinson also had five assists, two steals and one block. The Red Devils had no one that could match up with him.

“That was pretty doggone good,” Milausnic said of Robinson’s performance.

Robinson has some company. His dad, Glenn Robinson, was in the crowd and so was Purdue coach Matt Painter. Robinson has already committed to play at Michigan.

In the end, Lowell just ran out of gas and Lake Central made enough free throws to put them away.

“I’m proud of my kids,” Milausnic said. “We only have one kid with sectional experience on the team. They have come a long way.”

Welcome to the forum, Rhino! Thanks for posting this article!
03-03-2011 04:56 PM
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