St. Rita’s Victor Law knows His Time is at Hand

victor lawDuSable guard Malik Williams made one of the signature plays of the state tournament with his game-winning jump shot in the Class 4A St. Rita Regional championship.

It made for riveting and great theater, unless of course, you were one of the St. Rita players.

Except for those lucky few on a state title run, every season inevitably ends on some kind of note of disappointment or regret. The way the Mustangs’ otherwise stellar year ended was heartbreaking. St. Rita missed its own game-winning shot and then watched Williams rip their collective hearts out.

“Any time your season ends like, I don’t care what sport it is, it’s going to motivate you to get better, improve and make sure

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it never happens again,” St. Rita forward Victor Law said.

The 6-foot-7 Law was a centerpiece of the Mustangs’ attack, averaging 14 points and 9 rebounds per game while shooting 47 percent from the floor.

“You have to remember we had five players who averaged double-figures, so we didn’t have one big scorer,” St. Rita coach Gary
DeCesare said.

“He’s a very skilled and talented player who can score with either hand and dominate the game,” DeCesare added. “He is one of the top three or four players in the state and one of the top 25 in the country.”

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