Tiger-Cortes resurfaces in Kansas


Former Glendora boys basketball star Dominic Tiger-Cortes is earning his keep at Haskel Indian Nations University, a NAIA school in Lawrence, Kan.

One of the most-asked questions I’ve received lately has been what happened to Dominic Tiger-Cortes?
The 2008 area boys basketball player of the year, who almost single-handedly led Glendora to the CIF-Southern Section divisional semifinals last season, is alive and doing well in Lawrence, Kan. The slick-shooting guard, who demonstrated phenomenal range from the outside is seeing minutes for Haskell Indian Nations University, a NAIA school that is part of the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Association.
Tiger-Cortes has played in five of the Fightin’ Indians 12 games, averaging 3.2 points per game. He’s made six of 16 shots and has a season-high of six points. Tiger-Cortes is 4 of 12 from behind the 3-point arc. HINU is 4-11 entering conference play.

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