On a club that’s as deep, balanced and versatile as the Cedar Crest boys’ basketball team, it becomes sometimes difficult to single out individuals. Let’s just say that when it comes to Andrew Eudy, he stands head and shoulders above his teammates.
For it has been the play of Eudy, a 6-6 senior center, as much as anybody, that has been responsible for the Falcons’ historic fast start.
Last week, Eudy and Cedar Crest found themselves with three Lancaster-Lebanon League games on their docket, and the Falcons posted three victories, all in convincing fashion.
On Friday at ‘The Cage’, the Falcons shaded Section One nemesis Manheim Township 50-42. On Wednesday, Cedar Crest handled rival and previously unbeaten Lebanon High 67-48. And on Monday, the Falcons played rude hosts while blowing out Solanco 67-37.
Eudy went for a combined 30 points in those three CC wins, perhaps a modest number until one considers the intangibles that Eudy brings to the floor on a nightly basis. Things like rebounding, shot blocking, interior defense and his inside offensive presence.
– Jeff Falk