Jordan Sibert, Princeton High School (PHS) class of 2010 graduate, is tearing up the court with the Dayton Flyers. Sibert made a game-winning 3-point jumper with only seconds left against Boise State. This moves the Flyers to the next round of the March Madness Tournament.
Sibert ruled the court during his time with the Princeton Vikings basketball squad. He was named the 2010 Ohio’s Gatorade Player of the Year, with an average of 18.7 points per games. Sibert also took home the Associated Press Southwest Ohio Division I Player of the Year and the Associated Press First Team All-Ohio awards.
No one is surprised to see Sibert rocking-it-out at the collegiate level. As a Viking, Sibert helped lead the team to the state championships in Columbus. They suffered a two-point loss, but Sibert scored 21 points in the match-up against Columbus Northland.
Rivals.com ranked Sibert as the 39th best recruit nationally and the 7th best shooting guard in 2010.
Princeton fans can’t wait to see what happens next with fan favorite Sibert.
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