Of all the countless hours Armon Harried spent in the Lake Clifton gym watching his father’s Lakers play basketball, halftime was his favorite.
Sporting khakis and a polo shirt with a basketball always in his hands, he would race out of the stands and take to the court, getting up as many shots as he could before the teams returned for the second half.
Coming out of middle school with excellent grades and skills on the basketball court, Armon had options when it came to where he wanted to play his high school ball.
No tough decision had to be made, though. Lake Clifton was the choice and playing for his father, Herman “Tree” Harried, was his only desire.