Posted On: 12/18/20 9:50 PM

At any level of basketball, it’s hard to keep everyone happy. It’s hard to keep everyone on one accord.

But, Christian Brothers head coach Bubba Luckett has been able to pull it off with his senior class that’s mixed with a talented junior class.

Just imagine if seniors Reese McMullen, Harrison Kelly or Eli Federman transferred to another school. Yeah, it’s safe to say that all three players would have been one of the top two players on most teams, but would they have been in an unselfish, family-oriented program?

Probably not.

In a convincing 79-45 win over John Paul II on Senior Night, everyone was happy, especially the seniors that usually don’t log in minutes. It was almost like a family gathering, with the bench cheering on the nine seniors to soak in every possession of each quarter, just in case the opportunity doesn’t come around a second time.

University of Pennsylvania commit McMullen scored only six points in his team’s victory, but wasn’t upset at his stat line. He was happy about the win. McMullen has had games like this before, which happens to every solid player. But to be a part of an

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