Basketball player awarded MVP

Many successful athletes struggle to share the spotlight with their teammates, this does not seem to be the case for senior boys’ basketball player, Logan Horn. Horn has been an impactful yet humble member of the team since his freshman season.

“I knew it was my time to step up as a leader, after losing a lot of the seniors from last year,” said Horn.

At the CCHS Tipoff tournament on December 28, Logan was awarded MVP of the tournament, after the team finished with a 58-52 win against Lebanon.

“The team and I have worked really hard, said Horn.” “Our preseason workouts have already led us to a successful season.”

Horn strongly believes that he owes all of his personal success on the court to his teammates.

“My teammates take care of their jobs, that way I can do my job,” said Horn. “When I miss a shot, they’re always encouraging me to keep shooting.”

Though Horn demonstrates obvious talent in basketball, he is leaning more towards playing football or baseball in college.

“I am very glad I had the opportunity to play basketball here the last four years, my teammates and coaches are everything to me,” said Horn.

As for the rest of the season, Horn wants to continue exceeding goals that the team set in the beginning of the season. The team is currently 10-1 and will play their next game against ­­­­Penn Manor next Friday at 7:30 p.m.

“We all just need to keep improving,” said Horn. “The games are only going to become more and more important.”

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