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Sophomore Aa Reyon Munir-Jones, shown against Eisenhower in a Dec. 30 game at Immaculate Conception, and his TPHS teammates had a tougher time against the Blue Island school on Friday, Jan. 10. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Phil Arvia, Freelance Reporter
12:45 pm CST January 11, 2020

Given the way Eisenhower vs. Tinley Park, Part II went for the Titans, it was fitting that coach D.J. Brown’s postgame ear-bending would have a sequel, as well.

After Brown addressed the full team in the wake of a 68-53 home loss Friday, Jan. 10, to the Cardinals, he pulled sophomore starters A.J. Casey, Aa Reyon Munir-Jones and Keon Richardson aside for a further chat.

 “I expect those three to police us,” Brown said. “They’re the accountability police day-in, and day-out. It’s my program. It’s their team.”