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Erie Times-News Breakout Male Basketball Player of the Week: Matt Sandberg, Warren

Matt Sandberg

The Warren boys basketball team put together one of its best seasons in recent history by making the District 10 Class AAA championship game and reaching the PIAA playoffs.

Matt Sandberg was a big part of that success throughout the postseason, scoring 15 points in a tough 56-49 loss to General McLane in the D-10 title game.

Sandberg, a 6-foot 2-inch junior, was one of the Dragons’ regular players this season and could have a big impact again next season as a senior.

Poll results:

Who is the Breakout Boys Basketball Player of the Week?

  • Matt Sandberg, Warren (23%, 177 Votes)
  • Matt Hess, Cathedral Prep (19%, 143 Votes)
  • Jaymon Mason, General McLane (16%, 127 Votes)
  • Cory Bailey, North East (13%, 102 Votes)
  • Ken Fill, Kennedy Catholic (13%, 99 Votes)
  • Darrian Brown, VisionQuest (9%, 66 Votes)
  • Matthew Dogan, West Middlesex (7%, 58 Votes)

Total Voters: 772

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The Warren boys basketball team put together one of its best seasons in recent history by making the District 10 Class AAA championship game and reaching the PIAA playoffs.
Matt Sandberg was a big part of that success throughout the postseason, scoring 15 points in a tough 56-49 loss to General McLane in the D-10 title game.
Sandberg, a 6-foot 2-inch junior, was one of the Dragons’ regular players this season and could have a big impact again next season as a senior.
The Warren boys basketball team put together one of its best seasons in recent history by making the District 10 Class AAA championship game and reaching the PIAA playoffs.

Matt Sandberg was a big part of that success throughout the postseason, scoring 15 points in a tough 56-49 loss to General McLane in the D-10 title game.

Sandberg, a 6-foot 2-inch junior, was one of the Dragons’ regular players this season and could have a big impact again next season as a senior.

Poll results:

Posted in: Breakout Basketball, District 10, PIAA

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