Blaylock’s flight to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks

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Blaylock’s flight to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks

The long road to the rim for Fort Lewis star Joshua Blaylock
It was a long road to Fort Lewis College for Joshua Blaylock, but the senior guard has made the most of his time inside Whalen Gymnasium. The Skyhawks are 50-7 and haven’t lost a game at home since the lethal lefty showed up to play for head coach Bob Pietrack.
Joshua Blaylock is pushed out by his Fort Lewis College mens basketball teammates after being named tournament MVP and winning the 2016 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout championship trophy after defeating the Colorado School of Mines.
Joshua Blaylock is a dynamic offensive player for Fort Lewis College, but his work ethic at both ends of the floor is what makes him an extra special all-around player.
Joshua Blaylock was the MVP of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout and led FLC to its best record in school history in his first year at Fort Lewis College.
Joshua Blaylock has lived up to the hype this season after being named the RMAC Preseason Player of the Year. Blaylock leads the first-place Skyhawks averaging 19.1 points per game, one-tenth of a point behind Colorado Mines’ Gokul Natesan.
When Joshua Blaylock was in high school, he had two goals in mind for his future. He wanted to maximize his potential as a basketball player and take care of his mother, Connie Watson. He has succedded in doing both,
Joshua Blaylock and the No. 12 Fort Lewis College Skyhawks face a tough test Friday in No. 25 Colorado School of Mines.
By all accounts, Joshua Blaylock’s basketball career is just getting started. FLC head coach Bob Pietrack expects him to play many years as a professional basketball player.

Blaylock’s flight to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks

It was a long road to Fort Lewis College for Joshua Blaylock, but the senior guard has made the most of his time inside Whalen Gymnasium. The Skyhawks are 50-7 and haven’t lost a game at home since the lethal lefty showed up to play for head coach Bob Pietrack.
Joshua Blaylock is pushed out by his Fort Lewis College mens basketball teammates after being named tournament MVP and winning the 2016 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout championship trophy after defeating the Colorado School of Mines.
Joshua Blaylock is a dynamic offensive player for Fort Lewis College, but his work ethic at both ends of the floor is what makes him an extra special all-around player.
Joshua Blaylock was the MVP of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout and led FLC to its best record in school history in his first year at Fort Lewis College.
Joshua Blaylock has lived up to the hype this season after being named the RMAC Preseason Player of the Year. Blaylock leads the first-place Skyhawks averaging 19.1 points per game, one-tenth of a point behind Colorado Mines’ Gokul Natesan.
When Joshua Blaylock was in high school, he had two goals in mind for his future. He wanted to maximize his potential as a basketball player and take care of his mother, Connie Watson. He has succedded in doing both,
Joshua Blaylock and the No. 12 Fort Lewis College Skyhawks face a tough test Friday in No. 25 Colorado School of Mines.
By all accounts, Joshua Blaylock’s basketball career is just getting started. FLC head coach Bob Pietrack expects him to play many years as a professional basketball player.
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