Blanchester senior guard Brayden Sipple enters this week just 29 points away from reaching 2,000 career points.
The basketball standout scored 43 of the Wildcats' 52 points in a 52-50 win over visiting Goshen Dec. 5.
"He was unstoppable, putting it lightly, in addition to 11 rebounds," Blanchester coach Adam Weber said.
Sipple averages 36 points entering Friday's game against visiting Clermont Northeastern.
Yet, there is more to Sipple than just basketball.
He was a football standout and had an outstanding senior season. He is respected around the Blanchester community as a student-athlete who puts forth his best time and effort.
"Winning is what he's about," Weber said. "Winning is what I'm about. We just want to win. His teammates want to win. Whatever those records are they are when it's over. His legacy, when it's all said and done, I think it's going to have some major history behind it."
Sipple, a Cedarville University basketball commit, joined the WCPO High School Insider along with Blanchester coach Adam Weber to discuss his athletics career, the support he's received around the community and his future.
"Playing at Blanchester has been great," Sipple said. "The community has been awesome. Coach is awesome. Every teammate that I've got to play with throughout the four years has been awesome. Blanchester has meant a lot to me throughout the four years and it's just been great."
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