NEW CARLISLE – Every coach in every sport strives to make his athletes compete with an abundance of confidence and an absence of selfishness. That’s no simple juggling act, although New Prairie senior Braydon Flagg consistently makes it look easy.

In signature fashion, Flagg put his fingerprints all over the Cougars’ 60-53 victory over Mishawaka in a Saturday game moved by the mounting snow from a night tip-off to an early afternoon one.

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