Rocky Hill aims to take his alma mater — Thornridge — back to prominence

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Rocky Hill believes he has two major responsibilities in his life: to make certain his mother is well taken care of and that the Thornridge boys basketball program returns to its glory days.

Hill always has prioritized his mother, Garnell, 84, above all else in his life.

The journey to restore the roar at Thornridge, however, began Monday, the first official day of practice. Hill, adorned in a Columbia blue Thornridge sweatsuit and matching sneakers, looked the part.

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