Simsboro is state runner-up
MONROE — One statistic caught Lance Waldron’s eye when he scanned over the final box score of the 2013 Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class B boys’ box score late Wednesday night.
“If you had told me last week that Jarell Martin would have 11 points, I would have said, ‘Hand over the trophy to us’,” said Waldron, head coach at Simsboro High.
Those 11 points were nearly 15 under the season average for Martin, a 6-9 forward who is arguably the best player in his classification and has signed with LSU.
As he goes, more than times not does Madison Prep Academy of Baton Rouge.