Boys basketball advances to face Princeton

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COACH. In Mr. Andrew Ovington’s first year as head coach, the team has made an impressive playofff run. After defeating Edgewood on Feb. 27, the team faces Princeton High School. Ovington is also a history teacher who has helped coach the past few years. Photo courtesy of McDaniels’ Photography.

The boys basketball team defeated Edgewood on Tues. Feb. 27. The Aves pulled away with a 52-39 win over the Cougars.

Senior Christian Kelly and junior Ben Yuskewich both had 15 points, and senior Benjamin Goodyear had 16.

“It was a good win, but we’re focused for playing Princeton Friday,” Kelly said .

SHS plays Princeton in the next round of the playoffs. The game is set on March 2 at 7 p.m. The game is held at Lakota West High School

Princeton has a top ten 2018 class prospect in Darius Bazley. Bazley led Princeton to a perfect 16-0 season in the GMC and is averaging 15 points per game, tagged along with 10 rebounds per game.

The team looks to shut Bazley down and get the win over the second-seeded Princeton.

“I want to advance and roll over Princeton,” Kelly said.


*UPDATE on Sat., Mar, 3:

Sycamore played their best but unfortunately lost. The final score of the game had Sycamore at 49 and Princeton at 75.