Basketball Ambassador

HOOPS STAR DEFINES CLASS OF 2017 LEGACY

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Print item

MARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER Farmington 2017 graduate Matthew Wilson displayed his shooting range by hitting five 3-point shots from way outside during his 49-point effort in a 70-48 win over Siloam Springs at Cardinal Arena Jan. 3. Wilson’s total was two points better than the previous high-point single-game by a Cardinal of 47 by Jessica Carter-McCollough against Elkins in 2000. Wilson broke his own school single-game mark with 50 points against Clarksville Jan. 13. He has been selected to the June 22 All-Star basketball game in Conway.
Zoom

MARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER Farmington 2017 graduate Matthew Wilson displayed his shooting range by hitting five 3-point shots from way outside during his 49-point effort in a 70-48 win over Siloam Springs at Cardinal Arena Jan. 3. Wilson’s total was two points better than the previous high-point single-game by a Cardinal of 47 by Jessica Carter-McCollough against Elkins in 2000. Wilson broke his own school single-game mark with 50 points against Clarksville Jan. 13. He has been selected to the June 22 All-Star basketball game in Conway.

FARMINGTON -- Matt Wilson embodies poetry in motion on the court, now poetic justice positions Farmington's resident basketball ambassador to another stage as a 2017 Arkansas basketball All-Star.


Subscribers must LOG-IN to read this full story.
Monthly and yearly online subscriptions are available starting at only $2.99. Access is free for print subscribers. Click here to see rates and register.

Registration is required to make comments. Click here to LOGIN.
You can register for FREE to post comments and receive alerts.