Two area basketball players accomplished program milestones in their regular-season finales Friday.
In Waldron’s 75-49 victory over Anderson Prep, senior Tyler Bowlby entered the program’s 1,000 career points club.
Bowlby joined Jared Lux (1,313 career points), Justin Barnard (1,181), Jordan Barnard (1,138) and
Darwin Shurig (1,110) as 1,000-point scorers at Waldron High School.
Bowlby will add to his career total Wednesday when the Mohawks (5-17) begin postseason play at
Southwestern High School against Rising Sun (6-10).
Tipoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Morristown High School senior Kyle Crim collected career win No. 86 Friday in the Yellow Jackets’ 56-43 win over Tri.
As a freshman, Crim helped Morristown capture the Class A state championship. He reached 50 career wins after his sophomore season which ended in the regional semifinal round.
Crim added 18 more wins as a junior and the Yellow Jackets are currently 18-4 as the postseason is about to tipoff.
Morristown faces Oldenburg Academy (18-4) Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Southwestern High School.
That game will be broadcast live on GIANT fm with pre-game airing at 6:30 p.m.