CENTIER BANK PERFORMER OF THE WEEK – 3-17-18

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The Centier Bank Performer of the Week is Culver Academy junior guard Ethan Brittain-Watts. In Saturday’s Class 3A Lafayette Semistate, the 6-foot standout tallied 28 points on 10-of-19 shooting from the field to help the No. 4 Eagles to a 65-60 victory over top-ranked New Castle for their second semistate title and first since 2011. Culver Academy (22-6) will take on No. 3 Evansville Bosse (25-4) this coming Saturday at 6 p.m. EDT for the Class 3A boys’ basketball state title at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

The Centier Bank Performer of the Week is open to any male-female student athlete who participates in any IHSAA sanctioned sport and whose school is in the Centier Bank geographic area.

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