‘Ready for the big stage’: Brother Rice’s Ahmad Henderson couldn’t hit his shots early. But then the third quarter began vs. Providence.

Brother Rice's Ahmad Henderson (11) gets past Providence's Collin Moran on a drive to the basket during a Catholic League crossover game in Chicago on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022.
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Ahmad Henderson did everything he could to score during the early stages of Friday night’s game, but his shots just weren’t connecting.

The junior point guard came up empty on several drives to the basket, leading Brother Rice coach Bobby Frasor to believe he was forcing too much.

At halftime, Frasor gave Henderson a simple message that changed everything.

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Casey Drottar is a Freelance Sports Reporter for The Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune and Shaw Media. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook

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