In order to be a good point guard confidence is key. Knowing when the game is on the line, you will make the right play. That is what South Hardin’s Garrison Tripp likes about his position.

“In the crunch time or the end of the game, I want to the ball in my hands and be able to make the right read for my team whether that’s me shooting or passing,” he said. “I believe that I will make the right play.”

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