If you have watched SportsCenter at all since Tuesday night, you have no doubt seen the video of future Michigan State Spartan Gary Harris hitting a buzzer-beating game winner from near half court. The senior star at Hamilton Southeastern banked in an unbelievable shot from about 35 feet to advance the Royals to the second round of the state playoffs. The losing team, Indianapolis North Central, featured two future B1G players, as well, with Purdue-bound Ronnie Johnson and future Iowa Hawkeye Patrick Ingram (both seniors). Harris finished the game with 35 points and the play of the game, which has been featured as SportsCenter’s #1 Top Play.
But Harris wasn’t the only player to hit a game-winner in Indiana sectionals that night. Future Indiana Hoosier Jeremy Hollowell advanced his Lawrence Central team into the second round with a smooth lay-up in the final seconds of a tie game against Arsenal Tech. While it wasn’t a half-court bank shot, Hollowell made an incredibly impressive play by weaving through defenders into the lane and hitting the shot over Tech’s sophomore sensation Trey Lyles (another future Hoosier). Time expired and Hollowell’s teammates rushed the court in what turned out to be quite an exciting game. What made this shot more amazing is that the game was being played at Arsenal Tech High School. Both videos are linked below, after the jump: