Arrows land three on all-sectional team

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Arrows land three on all-sectional team

Photo by Travis David | Sullivan's Javyn Woodard looks to elude a Paoli defender during sectional play last week. Woodard was named, by media outlets, as the MVP of the sectional following the Arrows' title.
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The Class 2A Sectional 47 at Paoli wrapped up Saturday night with the Sullivan boys basketball team defeating upset-minded South Knox in the championship game. The win marked the third sectional title for the Arrows in the last four years and 30th in program history.


Following the six-game, four night tournament, members from various local media outlets selected players to the all-sectional team. A total of 12 players from five different teams were nominated. Seven players made the cut for first-team honors while five more landed as honorable mention selections. The most valuable player of the entire tournament was also selected.


Sullivan landed a trio of players on the first-team with two others earning honorable mention nods.


South Knox landed two players on the first team and a third on the honorable mention, while Linton-Stockton had one player on each list and the host Rams had one player selected as an honorable mention.


Sullivan’s Javyn Woodard and South Knox’s Sam Singleton were the only two unanimous selections.


Aidan McCammon and Marcus Roshel joined their Arrows’ teammate on the first team, while Brady Robinson joined Singleton as the two Spartan representatives on the first team.


Linton-Stockton’s Paul Oliver earned first-team honors while Eastern Greene’s Coby Sykes rounded out the first team.


Seth Pirtle and Cooper Bock landed on the honorable mention list for the Golden Arrows, while Conner Daily (Linton-Stockton), Trey Rominger (Paoli) and Justin Siewers (South Knox) rounded out the honorable mention selections.


Woodard was voted as the MVP of the tournament. The Sullivan senior averaged just over 12 points per game in the three tournament wins including 16 in Saturday night’s championship game. Woodard also dished out six assists in the Arrows opening win against the Rams and led the defensive charge which only yielded 45 points per game in the tournament.


Woodard edged his fellow classmate, Roshel, for the MVP honor. Roshel netted a team-high 20 points, including six 3-pointers, in the Arrows’ championship win.


“Sullivan probably doesn’t beat South Knox if Marcus Roshel isn’t unconscious from three,” said one media member.


McCammon and Pirtle were other considerations for MVP honors with their play against Linton-Stockton in the semifinals.


Singleton kept the Spartans within striking distance throughout the championship game by netting a game-high 21 points and pulling down eight rebounds in the loss.



Media outlets voting: Greene County Daily World, Media Five Sports, PressBox812 Sports and WNDI. Radar Media was contacted but did not submit votes. 

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