Two college-bound Greensburg graduates picked up right where they left off in late March, basking in the spotlight of more statewide attention.
At the risk of sounding cliché, Bryant McIntosh and Sean Sellers continued their winning ways alongside fellow All-Stars and standouts throughout the state.
Less than three months after the Pirates won a second straight Class 3A state championship, McIntosh and Sellers returned to the Indiana stage to showcase their talents while playing in four All-Star games.
Sellers, Greensburg’s career scoring leader who is playing basketball at Ball State, recalled the experience of playing alongside fellow All-Stars.
“I had a great time the whole week being with my teammates and getting to know my coaches,” he said.
On June 13, the Indiana Senior Boys defeated the Indiana Junior Boys 124-102. The seniors, who lead 55-34 at the half, hit 15-for-38 (39.5 percent) from the 3-point line. Sellers shot 2-for-4 from the arc and scored 12 points, going along with four rebounds and 2-for-2 from the foul line. McIntosh tallied a game-high seven assists and added a 3-pointer of his own.
The Pirate duo represented Greensburg on June 13 on the Indiana Senior Boys vs Kentucky Senior Boys, at the Clive Beck Center in Lexington, Ky. The Indiana seniors beat the Kentucky seniors 104-94.
McIntosh, who broke each one of Greensburg’s assists records, scored 13 points and added a team-high four assists. Sellers added a rebound, one assist and blocked a shot.
The Indiana Boys Basketball All-Stars clinched the sweep of Kentucky with a 111-90 win at Bankers
Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
“It was also great to keep the winning streak alive against Kentucky,” said Sellers, who scored five points. McIntosh posted two points and five assists.
Northwestern-bound McIntosh also enjoyed the opportunity to defeat the All-Stars from Kentucky.