Undefeated! Freshman Basketball Finishes Season 24-0

The Lemont boys basketball team won two tournaments this season. See the guys who contributed to a perfect season.

The Lemont High School freshmen boys basketball team capped off an undefeated season (24-0) Wednesday night with a 62-52 win over Hillcrest.

Along the way, the boys won two tournaments. Here's the players and coaches pictured above who made it happen: 

Top Row: Coach Brian Storako, Jaron Fay, Tyler Swann, Alex Musarevski, Mike Prasauskas, Josh Rogers, Noah Morkeliunas, John Parise, Aldo Pizzoferrato, Brandt Rohrer

Bottom Row: Brian McClafferty, Austin Tittle, John Bellisario, Matt Uthupan, Nick Wisz, Rory Cunningham

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thomas wiedeman February 21, 2013 at 03:25 PM
Many other high school teams would make this same accomplishment to,but school coaches made the decision to bring up there talented freshmen to play varsity ball so there athletes are playing at the same talent level as there talent warrants ,with that being said it is a great team accomplishment, but not a good development program let's wait 3 years and see if they do it again and how many free rides are given to the talented athletes that should have playing at there proper talent level and how many talented athletes have transferred to another school to compete.BUT STILL GOOD JOB GUYS
John Piazza February 21, 2013 at 09:53 PM
I will go on the record to say that it is a great group of boys that comprise this team and they will be very successful in basketball and life. They are all well behaved, very respectful, and genuinely good kids. Great job guys! Your undefeated season should be celebrated and the accomplishment is unconditionally a major feat!
John Fay February 22, 2013 at 06:31 AM
Absolutely awesome accomplishment guys. I have coached most of you at one time or another over the years, so I knew that you were capable of great things. You proved to the community, but more importantly to yourselves, that with focus, determination and hard work, great things are possible. I could not be more proud of all of you. Well done!


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