Upper Sandusky Boy's Basketball
Hoop Dreams On Hold
With the coronavirus pandemic making its way to the United States, the entire American sporting world has been put on hold, which includes a select group of high school athletes in Ohio who were embarking on the pinnacle of their sports.
For the Upper Sandusky boy's basketball team, their season is likely to end with a 24-game winning streak still intact in the midst of a Regional run where the District Champion Rams were set to clash with undefeated state #1 Lima Shawnee last Thursday at Bowling Green. The journey into the Sweet 16 has certainly been exciting for Upper Sandusky too, who needed dramatic game-winning shots to win Sectional and District titles after blowing out virtually every opponent thef faced during a 21-1 regular season campaign.
To discuss their successful yet adverse season, which saw two starters lost just before tournament time, seniors Brett Montgomery, Evan Young, Cameron McCreary and Cole Sowers joined Rams head coach Jeff Winslow in studio with OH.Report founder Brian Skowronski. The group touches on life right now with social distancing, what it's like having their season on hold, overcoming adversity, making game-winning plays and answer an entertaining 10-pack of questions about their basketball teammates.