Hatch supporters poured onto the court, where a technical foul was eventually called during the pandemonium.
Hatch's team won the game over host Sherman Oaks Notre Dame by a score of 87-59, the bigger story in Hatch's opinion.
“As I said after the game, the three was pretty cool,” said Hatch via Twitter. “But, more importantly, we're now 14-0.”
Hatch moved from Fort Wayne to Los Angeles to live with uncle, aunt and cousins and continue his prep playing career before heading to Michigan next season to play for Coach John Beilein and the Wolverines.
While the celebration was huge in Los Angeles, there are plenty of people connected to Hatch in Indiana that are just as happy about Wednesday's excitement.
“(Hatch) said, 'I can't imagine how good it's going to feel to get those first points (in an official game),'” Canterbury boys' basketball coach Scott Kreiger told The News-Sentinel in November. “I told him, 'I can't imagine, either, but I bet there's going to be a whole lot of people who feel just about as good as you do when it happens.'”