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Fredericktown senior Ryan Logan (12) has been named the Mount Vernon News All-Area Boys Basketball Player of the Year for the second straight season.
Fredericktown senior Ryan Logan (12) has been named the Mount Vernon News All-Area Boys Basketball Player of the Year for the second straight season. (Photo by Submitted Photo) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
March 9, 2013 6:38 am EST

 

MOUNT VERNON — Ryan Logan did what was expected. He dominated the local boys basketball scene.

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As a result, the Fredericktown senior was named the All-Area Boys Basketball Player of the Year for the second straight season by the sports writers of the Mount Vernon News.

Logan led the area in scoring (23.0 points per game), rebounds (11.7), steals (2.8) and blocked shots (3.0), all for the second straight season. He came in third in assists (3.8) and led the Freddies in free throws at 69 percent.

Logan has already earned First Team All-Central District honors as well as District 11 Player of the Year.

He recently signed to continue his basketball career at Stonehill College in Massachusetts.

For the second straight year, Luke Holmes is named All-Area First Team. Holmes led the Utica Redskins with 15.0 points and 5.3 rebounds per game as well as a 69-percent free-throw percentage. He hit 30 percent (24-for-80) of his three-point attempts and was third in the area with 27 blocks in the regular season. Holmes, who appears on court as your typical big man in the middle, has spent the past two seasons developing his outside game to become one of the most versatile and most dangerous players in the MBC.

 

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