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Sometimes, you just need to get out of the way… Sports
Sometimes, you just need to get out of the way…
Truth be told, it required some research to even remember that Tyrone “T.J.” Scafe played on Waukegan High School’s varsity boys basketball team during the 2012-2013 season, which was Ron Ashlaw’s last season as the team’s coach. Blame it on some combination of Scafe being a second-team player on the Bulldog squad that year, and age-related memory loss on the part of the person sitting on this side of your newspaper or laptop screen. As a result, T.J.’s story went untold throughout his four years of high school and through his freshman year at Williams College in Massachusetts.
Sept. 14 9:05 a.m. |


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