Three Hounds Moving On

Three Hounds Moving On

Three Greyhounds sophomores signed National Letter of Intent to continue playing basketball, Logan Miller signed with Sterling College, Jayson Stepter signed with McMurry University and Dametrius Walker signed with Newman University.  All three sophomores were a vital part of the Greyhounds this year, Logan transferred to Fort Scott from College of the Ozarks in Branson, MO and averaged five points per game and three rebounds per game for the Greyhounds, Jayson Stepter transferred from Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas and averaged two points per game and two rebounds per game, Dametrius Walker has been in the Greyhounds program for two seasons averaging sixteen points, five rebounds and four assist this season and is leaving ranked third in scoring, fourth in rebounding and seventh in assist, Walker was named freshman of the year, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region his Freshman season and his sophomore season was named Second Team All- Conference and Second Team All-Region and name Male Athlete of the Year in Greyhound Athletics. 

"All three sophomores were important pieces to our program this season and to see them going on and continuing their education and playing is special and rewarding.  Logan and Jayson transferred in and had to make the adjustment to our system and did a great job of playing their roles and helping us be competitive and win games.  Both of them had moments in games this year at the right time that helped us win those games and will continue to grow and be successful on and off the court, their basketball is yet to come. Dametrius has been a basketball player that has grown each year in our program and still has his best basketball ahead of him.  Dametrius leaves our program as one of the most prolific scorers in the history of our program and I am excited to see how much all three of them grow in the next two seasons on and off the court. Logan and Dametrius are close enough that I can get out and watch them and see the growth and Jayson is playing close to home which is a great thing for him and I am excited for all three of them and I wish them the best of luck in their journey at their future schools," stated Head Coach Michael Cook.