Thursday, Girls Home vs Jackson (1-7) -- All-Time Series - Jackson leads 5-4
The Girls will be in action on Thursday night as they host Jackson. It will likely be a good opportunity to see the Shermans depth in action as the Ironmen are in the midst of a tough season. Look for Jocie Fisher to be established early on and for guards Emily Coleman and Amber Cottrill to cause havoc on the opposing guards.
*Get there early to watch as the Junior Varsity Shermans will look to win their 50th consecutive game under Jimmy White. The JV Shermans are an exciting and deep bunch who have been closely knit thus far this season.
Friday, Boys at Jackson (5-2) -- All-Time Series - Unioto leads 10-9
The Shermans will take on a very good Jackson squad in the Apple City on Friday evening. Jackson's program has had a bit of a resurrgance over the past couple of seasons and will look to get their first win over Unioto since 2012. Jackson is led by the Donaldson brothers and super sophomore Traylen Davis. PG Caleb Wallis (a Rio Grande commit) is a super competitor and floor general as well. Jackson's bench has some solid depth, so a lot of different players should contribute between both teams on Friday. The Shermans have been getting steady production out of Cade McKee and Isaac Little, but will need a 3rd consistent scorer to come through to knock off the talented Ironmen.
Saturday, Girls at Logan Elm (5-3) -- All-Time Series - Unioto leads 24-4
The Tanks will be on the road on Saturday afternoon, as they will take on one of their longest non-conference opponents in the Logan Elm Braves. Unioto has dominated the series between the 2 teams, but they are nearly always competitive as LE is always very well coached and they tend to have some good athletes. This is a game where the Shermans depth and shooters will need to make some noise, Alexis Miller and Hallie Pinkerton have been hot lately from the outside, while Rilee Davis has really started to make some noise in a reserve role. If those 3 play well, the Shermans should be 8-1 going into 2019.
Saturday, Boys Home vs Fairfield Union (4-2) -- All-Time Series - Tied 2-2
A new rival comes into Frenchtown on Saturday night as the Fairfield Union Falcons will look to take flight at Camp Sherman. The Falcons are a very well coached ball club who gets outstanding PG play and have excellent size inside. I'd look for this game to be one of the better games in the SE District on Saturday night and will feature some outstanding young talent. For the Shermans to win, they'll need another outstanding defensive effort from Cameron DeBord and Gabe McBee. The Tanks finish 2018 at home, but it has not been home sweet home yet this season, as they are only 1-3 in games at Unioto.
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