The crowd. His coach. His family. Robert Brazelton feels that behind him, leads H-F past Lockport on senior night: ‘It was important.’

Homewood Flossmoor's Robert Brazelton, left, looks to the basket as Lockport's Ethan Gallagher (20) tries to block the shot during a SouthWest Suburban Blue game in Flossmoor on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022.
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Robert Brazelton knew he had to have a big game Tuesday.

Honored during senior night, the 5-foot-10 guard wanted to make a huge impact in Homewood-Flossmoor’s regular-season finale.

“It was important because my family came out,” Brazelton said. “The crowd was right behind us. I fed off the crowd’s energy, and coach had confidence in me.”

Brazelton gave his coach plenty of reason to be confident in him Tuesday night.

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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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