Jaelin Williams is gone, but Central Buckeye Conference coaches are not expecting a letdown for the Springfield Shawnee boys basketball team this winter.
Williams, who scored 21 points per game and was the CBC Kenton Trail division player of the year last season, led Shawnee to a division title and an overall record of 23-3.
The Braves have a lot of talent waiting in the wings, though. Bellefontaine will get a first-hand look at the Braves’ cast of talented up-and-comers Friday night at Shawnee.
Jaden Greenwood, a 6-1 junior guard, nailed 44 three-pointers and averaged 10.3 points per game as a sophomore.
Also a junior guard, Andrew Tincher shot 42 percent from three-point range and recorded an eight-point scoring average last season.
“Tincher and Greenwood are their two leaders,” said Bellefontaine head coach Henry Stolly. “Tincher is one of the better all-around players in our league. He is gritty and finds a way to make plays.
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