Promising frontcourt player. 2006-07: Appeared in 18 games • Averaged 2.2 points and 1.4 rebounds per game • Shot 79 percent from the line ranking him third on the squad • Scored his first career point with a free throw against Neumann •Was 2-2 from the line in close victory over St. Mary's • Had two rebounds and an assist against Goucher • Had two points and one offensive rebound against Marymount •Scored two points versus Villa Julie • Was 2-2 from the line against Methodist also adding a rebound, two assists and a block • Scored three points with two rebounds and an assist against Elizabethtown • Had a career game against York with four points and three rebounds as well as one assist • Scored eight points at Salisbury with two rebounds •Had six points and two rebounds in a win over St. Mary's • Scored five points with four rebounds an assist and block in overtime win against Marymount. High School: School's all-time leading scorer (1,813 points) • Started all four years • Averaged 21 points & 14 rebounds as a senior; 19 points & 14 boards as a junior; 17 points & 12 rebounds as a sophomore; & 15 & 12 as a freshman • Named Northern Tier League MVP his senior year • Three-time first-team All-League honoree; second-team as a freshman • Selected first-team All-District 9 his final two seasons • Named to Big 30 first team as a junior & senior. Honor encompasses 30 schools in New York & Pennsylvania • Started in the Alice Kozel All-Star game • Led Falcons to three Northern Tier League championships (2004-06) • Team went to district championship game in 2005 & 2006, & qualified for state Class A tournament. Advanced to state final four his junior year, tying the furthest Coudersport has ever gone. Placed 16th in state a year ago • Played on Franklinville (N.Y.) Stars AAU team in 2002 & 2003. Played for Buffalo (N.Y.) Storm the next two summers • Honor Roll (88+ average) all four years • School graduates about 60 students a year • Coached by Chris Fink. Notable: Four-time offensive MVP at Coudersport Maple Leaf Tournament. Falcons won tournament title each year. Personal: Son of Gary & Linda Jones. Brother, Nathan, played basketball at Daemen College in Amherst, N.Y.
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