Three Stallions Selected to PAC 7 All-Conference Basketball Team

Senior Guard Jah'Quez Sanders.
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Junior Guard/Forward Loren (LB) Boyette.
Junior Forward Jeremiah Murphy.

The Queen’s Grant Stallions have three basketball players recently selected to the PAC 7  All-Conference Team.  A graduating senior, and two returning juniors who will become rising seniors at the end of this current school year.

These three young men are good student athletes and set a positive example for underclassman on the school campus.  They work hard in both the classroom and on the basketball court.

Coach Jay Forsyth has built a good solid program at the school and has produced some good teams in his seven years running the program.  He has some former players who have moved on to the collegiate level and have been successful.  Jah’Quez Sanders, the senior guard is expected to make a commitment to a Division II or III college program soon.  He has been consistent, durable and leads by example.  He is not an emotional player, however, he has fire in his belly and is always ready to compete.

Jah’Quez Sanders led the team in scoring averaging 18 points per game while grabbing 6 rebounds.  He surpassed the 1000 point career mark this season with 1,173 points scored in his career at Queen’s Grant.

Loren (LB) Boyette averaged 14 points per game and hauled down 5 rebounds in both the guard and forward positions.  He is a versatile player who adds a lot of value to the team with his hustle, athletic ability and determination.

Jeremiah Murphy the big power forward for the Stallions averaged 13 points per game, pulled down 6 rebounds and had 2 blocked shots per game on the season.  He has good jumping ability and does not hesitate to drive to the basket with a power move or to tangle under the boards to grab a critical rebound.

These three selections are well deserved as the players have exhibited and showcased their skills against some good competition.  The Stallions ended the season 18-10 overall, and 10-4 in the PAC 7 IA Conference.

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