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Scott Plaisier, Varsity Boys Basketball Coach

The varsity boys basketball team ended an abbreviated 2021 season with a 14-2 overall record and an 11-1 record in the Metro Suburban Conference. The Trojans were blessed with many highlights this year including seeing Josh Harris eclipse the 1000 point mark in the midst of compiling a 12-game mid-season win streak.

Timothy Christian Josh Harris scores 1000 points.

The Trojans season came to an end this weekend with a win over Illinois basketball powerhouse Benet Academy on Friday night followed by an overtime victory over Riverside Brookfield. The win over RB resulted in an outright Metro Suburban Blue Division Conference title.

This senior class, along with several other varsity players, accomplished something else amazing this season, something that normally is only realized by teams that win a state championship. The 2021 Timothy Christian Trojans never lost their final game of the season, in fact, several players in this program have not lost their last game of the season for the past two years! In sports there is nothing quite as painful as losing your last game. It is a unique hurt that occurs to almost all high school athletes and, for many, is a memory that is never truly forgotten. However, this special group of Timothy Christian players will walk out of Timothy not having lost their last game this season or feeling that pain.

Timothy Christian Varsity boys basketball.

Ending the season with a win was truly a heavenly gift. This last win, and this overall season, was another layer of healing needed for a team that had their state finals stripped away last year, and it prepared another group of Trojans for future successful seasons. The ending of this season was indeed the Lord’s plan for this team and we are grateful for this gift.