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Uniontown JV boys at 5-1

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The Uniontown Junior Varsity boys' basketball team has rolled off victories in five of its six games.

Coach Jeremy Neville's squad has dispatched all but Humboldt, the second game of the season.

Marmaton Valley fell 32-19 behind Tyler Johns' 12 points. Johns was the high-point man again against Erie, netting 11, with help from Ronnie Shadden with 10 in a 47-41 victory in the Humbolt tourney.

The Eagles dumped Crest the next night in the tourney, 50-25, as Gavin Miller produced 14 points, Johns 11, and Devonte Robinson 10.

Johns had his best scoring night of the young season against St. Paul in a 38-21 victory, firing in 25 points.

On Dec. 14, in their last game before the holiday break, Uniontown's boys dropped Pleasanton 45-20 as Johns scored nine in a balanced effort.

Sophomores Cole Schafer Broderick Glessner and freshman Josh Wisely have effectively run the point guard position, noted Neville, as he assessed his team.

Gavin Miller, fr., Zach Davis, fr., Tanner Stewart, sophomore, John Reed, freshman, Jonathan Wheeler (Soph.), Austin Collins (Fr.), and Nick Reynolds (Fr.), "have all played well at the guard positions.

Devonte Robinson (Fr.), Tyler Johns (Fr.), Ronnie Shadden (Fr.), Hayden Cole (Fr.), Shawn Wisely (Fr.), and Lane Sutterby (Soph.), "have been exciting at the forward positions," noted the coach.

The remainder of

schedule follows:

Jan. 4 at Erie

Jan. 8 vs. Oswego

Jan. 11 vs. Frontenac

Jan. 22 vs. Jayhawk

Jan. 25 at Crest

Jan. 29 at Chetopa

Feb. 1 at Marmaton Valley

Feb. 5 at Fort Scott freshmen

Feb. 8 vs. Pleasanton

Feb. 12 at Altoona

Feb. 15 vs. NE Arma

Feb. 19 at Southern Coffey County



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