Camryn Shaak is like a rock, a foundation. Not only can you lean on him, he’s always there for you, especially when you need him most.
This week, Shaak was at his steady, consistent best, as his Lebanon boys’ basketball squad took home the silver medal from the Lancaster-Lebanon League playoffs. Shaak netted a total of 36 points in the Cedars’ three league playoff games, all the while contributing his hustle, intensity and overall floor game to LHS’ cause.
On Friday night at Manheim Township High School, Shaak struck for nine points in Lebanon’s 49-47 setback at the hands of Lancaster Catholic, in the league title tilt. Two days earlier, during a 59-48 semifinal triumph over Lancaster Mennonite at Cedar Crest, the senior guard popped for seven points.
On Monday evening at home, Shaak’s four three-pointers and 20 points paced Lebanon’s come-from-behind victory over Ephrata. Through 25 games this winter, Shaak and the Cedars have compiled a 20-5 overall mark.
In the spring, Shaak is also an accomplished baseball player for Lebanon.
– Jeff Falk