Jack Lavery, a freshman at West Chester College, pulled off the rare layup, free throw, 3-pointer, half court shot mixture throughout halftime at a latest WCU game against Shippensburg. Lavery needed to hit all four pictures in lower than 25-seconds to win $10,000. Lavery made the first three pictures earlier than airballing his first attempt from half-court. By some means, he tracked down the ball – without any help – and made it back to half-court to hit a one-handed bankshot while falling away on the buzzer. The gang and announcer went wild. Lavery celebrated and then WCU officers told him he wouldn’t be getting the $10,00o prize as a result of he didn’t make his first half court try.
The varsity claims that the contract Lavery signed says he needed to join on his first shot from half-courtroom. (To not mention the truth that Lavery’s father informed his son he would match the $10,000 if he received.) If that's the case, is there even some extent to the 25-second clock? And does the competition end if he had missed the primary layup? And shouldn’t the guy with the microphone know the rules? Hopefully, WCU makes this right and offers the child the ten grand he so spectacularly earned. In any other case, to cite William Shakespeare, “What a dick transfer.”