Drew Rackley proved that he's a Division I talent in the state tournament, earning "Most Outstanding Player" honors while leading the Muskies to their first state title.
Next on Rackley's list is a Big South title.
The Muskie senior has committed to continue his basketball career at UNC Asheville. Rackley initially signed with Virginia Military Institute, but the two-time first-team All-Ohioan received a full release from VMI and reopened his recruitment earlier...
John Glenn guard Drew Rackley is back on the recruiting trail. The D-II state tournament's most outstanding player confirmed that he has received a full release from Virginia Military Institute and reopened his recruitment.
"It lifts a lot of weight off my shoulders and it feels good to be able to reopen my recruitment," Rackley said in a phone interview.
The two-time first team All-Ohioan committed to the Keydets in October over Maine, Air Force, Cornell and Nova...
"We just stayed humble....and took it One Game At A Time."
The John Glenn Muskie Boys Basketball team play for those they've lost, for their community and fans, and for each other. From defeats in the post-season to the devastating loss of a former teammate and friend, the Muskie's journey to the State Championship was hard on and off the court, but when they take everything "One Game At A Time", this team could accomplish anything.
Four days after John Glenn boys basketball edged St. Vincent-St. Mary to win its first state championship, the Village of New Concord celebrated in the streets. Head coach Greg Woodard and the Muskies paraded through the streeets and took part in a pep rally at the Fish Tank. The evening also served as a send-off for John Glenn's seniors: Drew Rackley, Matt Weir, Tanner Slack, Austin Blatt, Austin Lowery and Clayton Lake.
The block party will be starting at 4:30 p.m. on Main Street in New Concord. The event will run up until 6 p.m. when the parade starts and it will feature local clubs and businesses providing food, refreshments, and entertainment for the kids.
There will also be a live performance by the band Doublecut in the school park during this event.
Charlotte Colley, New Concord Village Administrator said that this will be a very exciting event.
The John Glenn Muskies have made it to the state tournament for the first time in program history with balanced scoring and a selfless team attitude. Who takes the last shot in clutch time for the Muskies at The Schott? We asked the starters before they take to the court on Thursday hoping to advance to the state title game.
John Glenn basketball supporters packed The Fish Tank for a community pep rally Tuesday night. The Muskies have advanced to the state semifinal for the first time in school history and play Bay Village Bay Thursday night at 8:30 for a chance to make the championship.