Putnam North: Chris Haworth championship video...
By Robert Przybylo
I wonder if Putnam North’s Chris Haworth got bored. Being undefeated for nearly two years in a row if just maybe he grew a little complacent.
The loss at regionals to Union’s Logon Collins woke up the sleeping giant. I have never seen Haworth play as well as he did in those three days.
He made some changes that didn’t turn out well and reverted back to his old self – good call. There was a passion and a focus I hadn’t seen from him since last year.
In the championship, he battled a great opponent (Casey Distaso), a solid crowd of Edmond North supporters and withstood every charge Distaso had. He was already a champion, but I felt Haworth grew up this year and especially in the championship.
Following his second title in a row, caught up with Haworth, who ends the year a ridiculous 41-1.
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