More of The Score: Defense Leads Snider To Semi-State - Nov. 11

By Eric Dutkiewicz

November 12, 2011 Updated Nov 12, 2011 at 1:57 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Days after committing to play basketball at Michigan State, 2-star Hamilton Southeastern standout Gary Harris came to Fort Wayne to play Snider at regionals.

A 6'4" candidate for both Indiana Mr. Football and Mr. Basketball, Harris has been a tall task for defenses all season.

Snider's defense answered the challenge tonight. While Harris had 163 reception yards and 2 touchdowns, it was Dominique Dickey's interception and a late sack and forced fumble recovery by Raju Blackmon that carried the Panthers into 5A's final four.

Tommy Schoegler and AWP Director of Operations Scott Zeigler talk to Snider head coach Kurt Tippmann about Tippmann's first regional title at the helm.

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