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A day in the life of an AAU player: Lake Forest’s Noah Karras Sports
A day in the life of an AAU player: Lake Forest’s Noah Karras
I started to play organized basketball for a Lake Forest recreation league team in the fifth grade. In the seventh grade, my dad started taking me to Lake Forest High School games. The Scouts had a shooting guard named Matt Vogrich. He earned a scholarship to Michigan and became the school’s all-time leading scorer. That’s when I really started to see basketball as part of my future.
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