Eastern Shore has yet to win true road game this season
Ahmad Frost scores game-high 18 in loss
Eagles narrowly clipped Hawks 63-60 at Hytche Center last month
Freshman forward averaged 19.5 points, 9.5 rebounds over weekend
Miryne Thomas racks up another double-double in loss
Logan McIntosh sinks the tying and go-ahead free throws with 6.4 seconds left to lift the Hawks past the Rattlers 62-61.
Down 55-43 with 14:40 to go, the Hawks storm back to stun the Eagles 74-70.
With experience returning to the backcourt and fresh blood up front, Coach Bobby Collins and the Hawk men's basketball team get ready for the 2017-18 season.
High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at Cleveland Central Catholic High School in Ohio…Division II Second-Team All-State selection as senior (18.4 PPG, 10 RPG)…North Coast League Player of the Year…Participated in Key Club…Proudest moment was scoring last five points to win district championship game…Played AAU for King James…
Personal: Nicknamed “Montana”…Recruited by Cleveland State, Youngstown State…Has brother Armon Borom, sister Daja Thomas…First in his family to go to college…Accounting major, plans on earning Master’s and becoming CPA…Most influenced by mother and sister…2017 Youth of the Year at Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland…Wrote guest column published in Cleveland Plain Dealer, “A tough past doesn’t have to destroy your future”…Pregame routine includes praying…Best advice he ever received is to “never be afraid of something you’ll always have to face”…Hobbies outside sports include sleeping…Favorite book is Black and White by David Macaulay…Favorite movies are The Warriors and the Friday trilogy…Wants to become MEAC Freshman of the Year in 2017 and eventually win MEAC Player of the Year and a MEAC championship…
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