A face in the crowd caught Lou Lampron's eye. So- John C.L. Morgan
did another and another. Familiar faces, but faces he didn't usually see at a
middle school basketball tournament late in March. "I knew something was up,"
said Lampron, who was becoming more uncomfortable by the minute. "I didn't know
exactly what."He was about to be hit with more affection and appreciation than
he wanted to handle last Friday night.Later he would say he didn't see it
coming. He had been too busy making sure the basketball tournament he started 20
years ago would complete its 11-day run without too many glitches.