LOYOLA SACRED HEART
|Positions:||Point Guard, Shooting Guard|
|Minutes per game||30.00|
|Points per game||15.50|
|Assists per game||7.10|
|Steals per game||3.00|
|Turnovers per game||2.10|
|Rebounds per game||8.20|
JJ - Justin Anderson 6'2' Junior - Justin had an excellent Junior season averaging 15.5 points, over 7 assists and over 8 rebounds per game as the point guard for Loyola Sacred Heart Varsity. He was also selected all state and first team all confernce. Justin had a great off season and has put many hours in the weight room and gym. He is an excellent ball handler and distributor, with good range and the ability to score. JJ has been working for over two years with personal trainer in the weight room and has increased his 40 time to 4.6 and has increased bench to 225, and has just finished a great junior season.
All State Junior year
1st team All Conference Junior year
MVP Junior Year
All conference sophomore year.
Mr. Basketball Award
Selected to the Northwest Cougars 16U team and competed in two Big Foot tournaments in Las Vegas.
6th man award as Freshman varsity player. Young Gun Award - Top new player.
I have been and will continue to volenteer and work on the LSH annual food drive which provides over 15,000 pounds each year to our missoula families in need. Much of the food and money raised is given to families just before Christmas and the rest is given to local food banks that serve the Missoula community. I will also continue to be involved with local fund raisers and community activites through our parish and the Missloula Catholic School system.
I have tried to be a leader on the court by working hard and having a good attitude and by trying to help other athletes through tough times. I also try to set a good example for others in school and when out in the community. I try to make good decisons and to help people I associate with to make good choices also.
I continue to work hard in the wieght room and in the gym, as well ans maintaining a healthy diet of good food. I also continue to play as much as possible with travel & tournament teams, 3 on 3 tournaments as well as read, watch video and attend camps in the off season.