It is always interesting to see what others are saying about a game you were watching and then you get to find out if you were all watching the same game.
Here is the word on last night’s West Charlotte-Dudley West Regional game, from the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center, through the eyes of Charlotte Observer high school sports writer Langston Wertz Jr. and we will later add on the link to the News and Record account, from Tom Keller, so you can compare notes from both perspectives and why not go back and re-read our Greensborosports.com version and it will give you a three-sided coin to toss and flip, as you decide on your own account of the game…
from Langston Wertz at the Charlotte Observer:
GREENSBORO– West Charlotte was down one point to Greensboro Dudley Wednesday night, with 8.5 seconds left in an exciting N.C. 4A Western Regional semifinal at the sold-out Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center.
Everybody in the building was standing, expecting Lions star J.T. Terrell to get the ball under the Dudley basket and dribble up court for a potential winning shot.
But so did Dudley. The Panthers prevented Terrell from getting the inbounds pass and West Charlotte threw the ball to 6-foot-7 junior center Anthony Estes.
As he barreled up the court, Estes said he had one thought:
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from Tom Keller at the News and Record on last night’s game: