He rose up from the baseline for a one-handed dunk attempt in the fourth quarter, but misfired and the ball badly deflected out of bounds in Friday’s boys basketball opener at Perkins.
It was about the only mistake the 6-foot-6 senior made all night, as Fetherolf was 10-of-12 shooting and scored 24 points in Norwalk's 73-59 win.
A capacity crowd was on hand, and for nearly three quarters each team went back-and-forth fighting for the lead.
But in the second half, Perkins finished with just seven rebounds and the Truckers got out in transition a few times too many.
Norwalk led 29-19 with 4:19 left in the first half, but the Pirates proceeded to go on a 13-2 run to take a 32-31 lead on a free throw by Nic Williams with 1:17 left in the half.
With the score tied at 33 at halftime, each team traded baskets seven consecutive times to begin the third quarter until Haraway got loose for six straight points, including a nifty coast-to-coast finish in transition off a steal to give his team a 46-41 lead with 4:57 left in the third.
Perkins trimmed the margin to three points twice in the late stages of the quarter, but Haraway hit two free throws and Damius Peacock scored just before the quarter buzzer to make it 52-45 heading into the fourth quarter.
The Pirates drew no closer than 10 points in the final quarter.
Haraway added 20 points, seven rebounds and four assists.
Williams paced the Pirates with 26 points.
Read more in Saturday's Norwalk Reflector and Sandusky Register.