Brody Douglass scored his 1,000th career varsity point against Ticonderoga Jan. 24.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
continued “The most important part of his game is his willingness to share the basketball – to do whatever it takes to win,” his coach said. “He constantly looks for the easier pass and the easier shot. His court vision is outstanding. When he’s dribbling he’s always looking for the guy in front. He’s led this team and he’s got them to buy into being unselfish. It’s a great team effort.”
“You have to be unselfish: When you get other people involved it makes everyone more passionate about the game,” Brody said. “We don’t care has the most points. We care that we win. That’s all that matters to us.”
The Patriots improved to 9-0 in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference with the win over Ticonderoga. Shane Douglas led AuSable with 18 points in the contest, Nick Rhino had 17, Brody finished with 16, John Hickey and Connor Manning added four apiece, and Nate Casey and Austin Depo dropped in three and two, respectively.