Law Leads Warriors In Points

The Indian River varsity boys basketball team had a rather disappointing 2014-15 season with a 4-17 and a 4-7 record in the league. With one senior on the starting line-up, the Warriors are building experience for next year. This season will be one to forget with most of the starting line-up coming back next year, hoping for a more memorable season.

The Varsity boys basketball coach, Mr. Callahan, has definitely had better seasons in the past. Including winning the Frontier League, but being in last place at the end of this season, winning the Frontier League is a little out of reach. Keenan Law was the leading scorer for the Warriors this year with 156 total points scored. Khorey Mitchell had a solid season in the second spot with 143 total points scored throughout the season, and sophomore Josh Richmond had 118 total points after beginning the season with JV.

This season the Warriors scored the lowest amount of points in a season since 2012 with 840 total points. Senior Glen Wheelock said, when asked how he thought the season went “unsatisfactory, but overall an enjoyable experience”.  For the seniors of the team this season will definitely be a very disappointing way to end their high school basketball careers.