[Bill Ackerman - For Shaw Media]
As usual, Robinson was the maestro of everything WW South does, a magician with the ball in his hands scoring or more often setting up teammates. And defending.
In a short span in the second quarter Robinson scored on a layup, turned a steal into another score, and another steal turned into a gorgeous reverse layup in transition around a Central defender.
Robinson had six points, six assists and five steals by halftime.
"I'm not sure we can take him off the floor," coach Healy said. He's done an unbelievably great job for us the whole year, but especially since he got his legs back around Christmas. He's our guy."
Cameron Dougherty scored nine points for Central, but 6-foot-8 Northern Michigan recruit Ben Wolf scored just six and was held to just three shot attempts by a WW South team whose tallest starter is 6-2.
"We have a bunch of guys that just play with an edge," Robinson said, "and we've always been undersized. When we play against big guys like Wolf and the guys on Wheaton North we like to take them out of the game."