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Free throw with 1.5 remaining lifts Triton Central to come-from-behind win at Shelbyville

Not a bad debut for Triton Central's Aidan Lindsey.


The transfer junior in his first appearance in a Tiger uniform connected on a free throw with 1.5 seconds remaining to give Triton Central a 42-41 win Saturday at Garrett Gym .


Johnny McCrory and Jason Parker had the call on GIANT fm Sports.



Lindsey led Triton Central (1-0) with 13 points on 5-for-8 from the field and 7 rebounds


Triton Central head coach Kyle Ballard on the Cagney's Pizza King Postgame.



Triton Central trailed by double figures much of the game before closing to within five in the third quarter, 29-24.  But the Golden Bears took a ten point lead, 36-26, into the fourth quarter.  TC outscored Shelbyville 16-5 in the final period to post the win.


Golden Bears head coach John Hartnett talks about the game and the loss of starting senior guard Jack Baker to a first quarter leg injury.



Triton Central snapped a five-game losing streak in the series with Shelbyville (1-1).