Posted On: 03/25/21 9:19 AM

The Monday after Thanksgiving is usually when tryouts for winter sports begin for many high schools around Massachusetts. Well, this year was far from normal. High Schools throughout the state struggled to keep COVID-19 cases down before even starting tryouts Each school had a different set of protocols to follow and for many students, learning at home was considered normal with how long people have been doing it. This obstacle was a cause for concern from a lot of high school basketball players that were hoping to play. “Hybrid learning” became a theme for almost every high school in the state. Coaches and athletic directors continued to adjust their protocols and schedules to revolve around keeping people safe.

For many high schools in the state, completing a full basketball season without any interruptions due to COVID-19 is considered a success. Here is a breakdown of some of the Senior classmen in the state that shined brightly under the cloud of a global pandemic.

Russel Rav F (Bethany Christian Academy, Mendon MA)

Rav had quite the senior season averaging 18.7 points per game. Bethany Christian Academy only played Seven games but Russel made the most of his last year. Along

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