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Maxwell, Garrison Share Elks Honors

Wheeling Park girls basketball standout, Lindsey Garrison, second from left, and Wheeling Central boys basketball stalwart, J. C. Maxwell, second from right, are the Wheeling Elks Lodge No. 28 Ohio County Co-Athletes of the Month for March. Garrison has been a consistent outside shooting threat for the Patriots, and recently dropped in 12 3-pointers in a single game against Buckhannon-Upshur. Maxwell is one of the leading scorers for the Knights as they are once again near the top of the state rankings. Garrison and Maxwell are shown receiving their awards from Elks Youth Activities Committee member, Tom Burgoyne, center. Looking on are the Patriots’ head coach, Ryan Young, left, and the Maroon Knights’ head coach, Mel Stephens, right.

Wheeling Park girls basketball standout, Lindsey Garrison, second from left, and Wheeling Central boys basketball stalwart, J. C. Maxwell, second from right, are the Wheeling Elks Lodge No. 28 Ohio County Co-Athletes of the Month for March. Garrison has been a consistent outside shooting threat for the Patriots, and recently dropped in 12 3-pointers in a single game against Buckhannon-Upshur. Maxwell is one of the leading scorers for the Knights as they are once again near the top of the state rankings. Garrison and Maxwell are shown receiving their awards from Elks Youth Activities Committee member, Tom Burgoyne, center. Looking on are the Patriots’ head coach, Ryan Young, left, and the Maroon Knights’ head coach, Mel Stephens, right.

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