Singleton reflects on career before heading to Marietta

Meadowbrook senior Jake Singleton, center, is flanked by his parents Damon, right and Kendra, left during his signing ceremony to attend Marietta College held at Meadowbrook High School. Meadowbrook head boys basketball coach Teryn Jarrett stands behind the group.

BYESVILLE — Meadowbrook senior Jake Singleton put together a prolific career on the hardwood for the Colts’ boys basketball program and put his name firmly into the conversation as the best boys player in school history.

The two-time First Team All-Ohio performer, two-time Muskingum Valley League Player of the Year, and two-time East District Player of the Year capped his four-year varsity career with a impressive senior season that sealed his legacy at Meadowbrook.

Singleton averaged a whopping 26.5 points per game to rank as one of the state’s premier scorers. Singleton proved he was much more than just a scorer, as he averaged 7.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 3.2 steals per outing.

Singleton’s shooting stats were also impressive, finishing with sizzling numbers including 85.8% from the line, 64.1% from the field and 49.4% on 3s during the regular season.

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