Posted On: 12/1/19 10:00 PM

Corinth, Mississippi – The Lighthouse Classic had the best players on the court on Friday and Saturday.

That can’t be questioned.

But what about the unsung heroes? You know, the guys that made the extra pass, got the crucial rebound or made an important basket.

Those are the guys people aren’t talking about, but should be given two thumbs up.

I handpicked five players from the event that were important in helping their teams have success on the court.

Here are the five unsung heroes from The Lighthouse Classic:

Andersson Garcia, Hamilton Heights: The 6-foot-7 senior wing had eight points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals in the Hawks’ 77-59 win over the Orangeville Prep Bears in the Lighthouse Classic Challenge Semifinal matchup. Garcia followed up that performance with 11 points, 14 rebounds (10 defensive boards), four steals, two blocks and one assist in Hamilton Heights’ 64-61 over West Oaks Academy in the Lighthouse Classic Challenge Championship game.

Garcia is playing next to New Mexico commit Bayron Matos and Florida commit Samson Ruzhentsuv, but he’s a big part of the team’s success.

“I think he’s been one

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