CROWN POINT | It’s one thing when you’re overmatched. It’s quite
another emanate when your competition can move in players off a bench
that would be starting for a lot of other teams.
That’s what a segment will face when going adult opposite Times No.
1 Lake Central this winter. This is what Crown Point faced Friday
night inside a packaged gym in a county seat.
“I suspicion Mike Miklusak and Dan Paschen played a really good game
for them,” Bulldogs manager Clint Swan pronounced after a Indians’ 62-48
Duneland Athletic Conference game. “That’s going to be a large part
of their success.”
When each diversion devise from now until Mar will concentration on stopping
Glenn Robinson III (Michigan signee), Tyler Wideman (Purdue
recruit) and Tye Wilburn, not to discuss Taylor Lehnert (Central
Michigan for baseball) and Alex Retic, staying tighten to this
fabulous 5 will be difficult.
But when Dave Milausnic goes to his bench, there isn’t a ton of
“I usually try to play within a team,” pronounced Miklusak, who was a
junior varsity actor final year. “I know I’m not a No. 1
scorer. It’s an respect to play with those guys. They’re large names
going to large places.”
Miklusak, a 6-foot-5 junior, came off a dais to measure seven.
Paschen, a 6-foot-6 senior, usually scored dual though was a large physical
presence in a paint.
“(Miklusak) did a good pursuit knocking down some shots and bringing
some appetite to a floor,” Milausnic said. “We need out pot to
play like that. We need everybody to be what we can be.”
The measure was 6-6 after a initial entertain as shots didn’t fall
and both teams played chippy and physical. Miklusak scored all
seven of his points in a second entertain as a diversion picked adult a
flow and a Indians started to measure some-more easily. Lake Central led
29-18 during a half.
Crown Point (1-2, 1-1) got a diversion within 8 during a start of
the third quarter, though a Indians (3-1, 2-0) went on a 9-0 run
that pennyless it open. The biggest lead was 20 points.
“We did some things improved tonight than we did in a first
three games,” Milausnic said, including improved defense, positioning
one-on-one and removing in a flitting lanes, forcing 21 Bulldogs’
“Glenn is starting to trust his teammates more, and that’s
good,” Milausnic said.
Robinson had a game-high 21 points and 7 rebounds. Wideman
scored 13 and had 9 boards. Wilburn scored 8 with five
rebounds and 4 assists.
“The diversion is 32 minutes, and we can’t take 4 mins off,”
said Milausnic, whose group slacked off in a fourth entertain and
allowed a ‘Dogs to get within 11 points mid by a fourth
Crown Point was led by Tom Bardeson’s 20 points.
“I told a guys after a diversion we were a few security from
getting it inside 10 or creation it a two-possession game,” Swan
said. “But we couldn’t keep control of a round or get some big
rebounds and things like that. If we can find a approach to make plays
in certain situations a diversion could’ve been a little