Posted On: 12/25/19 12:42 PM

It's a game by game process so far this year for Southridge High School. The Skyhawks have yet to scratch out something in the win column but they are playing hard and putting it all on the floor. Ams Juwara is trying to make an impression himself. The strong 5-foot-9, 170-pound point guard transferred over to Southridge for his junior season and he's been trying to do his best to help Southridge as they hit the reset button before Metro League play.

"Southridge is a very welcoming community and we've definitely had a change from Coach (Phil) Vesel to Coach Scott (Entemeyer)," Juwara said. "We definitely have a lot of energy and we have a chip on our shoulder. I like the adjustment and I think it's pretty good. I'm definitely fitting in good, playing with my old teammate Barrie (Portis)."

The first thing you notice about Juwara is he's very well built physically. The lefty has good quickness with the basketball but can also step back and knock down some shots. Before injury derailed things, he played AAU with Rose City Basketball and now he's with Southridge, he feels like he's better able to showcase his game.

"My coach

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