Lake Clifton's coach Herman "Tree" Harried and his son, Armon, are successfully navigating a rewarding path, finding the ideal balance between their father-son relationship and the one as coach and player.
Canisius, located in Buffalo, N.Y., went 15-17 overall last season and 11-7 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Maintaining a 4.4 grade point average, Harried is slated to be valedictorian at Lake Clifton.
“He has talked about attending college since elementary school when he and I would walk to school,” said his father and Lake Clifton coach Herman “Tree” Harried. “He has accomplished a goal set and I’m extremely proud of his academic and athletic accomplishments. Canisius is another chapter of his life goals on and off the court. We are looking forward to his time there.”
Elsewhere, St. Frances senior forward Jason Murphy, who was a key contributor to the Panthers’ sweep of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and Baltimore Catholic League titles, committed to New Jersey Institute of Technology.