Luis Acevedo missed a few open shots in the second half of Homewood-Flossmoor’s close game with South West Suburban Conference foe Bradley-Bourbonnais Friday, Jan. 7. Still, when he got his chance to put his team in front late in a close game, he didn’t hesitate.
“I was off the whole game but I never lost confidence in myself,” Acevedo said.
The senior guard corralled a loose ball, took a dribble and pushed through a runner in the lane to give the Vikings a 51-50 lead with 48 seconds left in overtime.
“I knew we needed . . .
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