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Athletes Beyond Bartow: Mosby, Patroons lead division as The Basketball League enters final stretch


A.J. Mosby

With the final five games remaining, former Cartersville standout A.J. Mosby and the Albany Patroons continue to lead the Northeast Division of The Basketball League with a 14-2 record. In collegiate track and field action, Woodland product Trevor Knowles won two events at the MIAA outdoor championships.


The baseball (pro and college) and softball updates were published earlier this week at this link --




PRO BASKETBALL

A.J. Mosby (Albany Patroons, The Basketball League; Alcorn State, Cartersville HS) — Despite a rough showing from 3-point territory, Mosby flirted with double-doubles in each of Albany's two wins last week. In a 147-103 blowout May 5 of Connecticut, the 6-foot-3 guard posted 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds. He improved in each of those categories during a 100-92 triumph against Syracuse. That May 7 victory saw Mosby, who finished a combined 2-for-12 from deep across the two games, record 18 points, dish out nine assists and pull down eight boards.


TRACK AND FIELD

Trevor Knowles

Bill Archer (Montevallo Fr., Cartersville HS) — Archer placed eighth in the men's 3000-meter steeplechase and finished 19th in the 1500 during the Gulf South Conference outdoor championship meet May 5-7 in Clinton, Mississippi. Trevor Knowles (Albion Grad Student, Woodland HS) — Knowles won the high jump (7.04 meters) and triple jump (13.56 meters) titles during the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association outdoor championship May 6-7 at home. The former Woodland standout also landed fourth-place showings in the high jump and 4x100 relay.




-- Nicholas Sullivan of The Daily Tribune News contributed to this update.

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