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Fredericktown’s Austin Hathaway goes up for a shot while Johnstown’s William Orr (10), Scott Sammons (40) and Cody Farley (42) defend during Tuesday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game. Fredericktown won, 55-32.
Fredericktown’s Austin Hathaway goes up for a shot while Johnstown’s William Orr (10), Scott Sammons (40) and Cody Farley (42) defend during Tuesday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game. Fredericktown won, 55-32. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
February 6, 2013 10:04 am EST

 

FREDERICKTOWN — Only one thing could have topped a near triple-double, virtuoso performance by Fredericktown’s Ryan Logan.

Johnstown’s William Orr was held to zero points for an entire game.

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The Fredericktown Freddies won the Mid-Buckeye Conference title outright Tuesday night with a 55-32 victory over the second-place Johnnies. Logan totaled 30 points, 22 rebounds and seven assists. The Freddies also had an outstanding defensive performance from guard Austin Hathaway, whose assignment was to neutralize the high-scoring Orr.

“I can’t say enough about Austin,” said Fredericktown coach Mark DeLaney. “This entire year, we challenged him to guard the other team’s best player and (William) Orr is a great high school player and will probably be a better college player. To hold Orr to zero points is just outstanding. Every game, Austin has held the other team’s best player under what they normally score. There is not one player that has scored their average on Austin.”

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