There was a tribute to the late Terrance “TK” Keaton in the program at the Mott game against St. Clair on Saturday afternoon. Keaton, who lost his life in a car accident just before Thanksgiving, was raised in Flint and a starting forward for St. Clair.
Here’s the text of the program, in case you missed it:
St. Clair sophomore Terrance Keaton remembered for his love of life, basketball
FLINT, Michigan — This would have been TK’s day. This was the first game he looked for on the schedule, the game that he went the extra mile preparing for.
“We’ve got something for Mott this year,” he would always tell me.
Now his teammates are following his example, preparing for each new day in much the same way Terrance Keaton did – with confidence, excitement and anticipation.
“TK would have been bouncing off the walls (today),” said St. Clair head coach, Dale Vos. “In fact, I’m certain that we would’ve needed to calm him down a bit. I’m sure we would have been pushing everyone to reach his excitement level – which of course would be nearly impossible.”