Geno Thorpe has left Syracuse basketball for personal reasons

first_img Published on December 1, 2017 at 2:56 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Syracuse guard Geno Thorpe is leaving the program, SU Athletics announced on Friday afternoon. His departure comes after he played a season-low four minutes against Maryland on Monday. He left the program, at least in part, because he was unhappy with his playing time, multiple sources told The Daily Orange. Thorpe left Penn State at the end of the 2013-14 season for the same reason.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThorpe did not board the team’s flight to Miami for its game against Kansas on Saturday afternoon.This leaves SU with three scholarship guards: junior Frank Howard, sophomore Tyus Battle and freshman Howard Washington.The graduate transfer was brought in from South Florida to provide depth and he was a part of the three-guard lineups — with Howard and Battle — that SU head coach Jim Boeheim discussed at the beginning of the year. Syracuse has not played that lineup much recently, instead going with freshmen forwards Oshae Brissett and Marek Dolezaj.“He wants to start in the three-guard rotation,” Gene Thorpe, Geno’s father, told The Daily Orange in October. “(He wants to) be part of the starting lineup with Howard (and) Battle.”Thorpe has played in six games, averaging 14.3 minutes and six points per game.“He loves (Syracuse) so far,” Gene added.Thorpe was enrolled in one class this semester that met once per week. Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

The 2nd Fort St. John Rangers seek fundraising opportunities

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The second Fort St. John Rangers are planning an international trip in the summer of 2021 and are seeking fundraising opportunities.The Rangers will be going to London and Paris and staying in hostels and Girl Guide accommodations as they travel. The Rangers require to raise $7085 per Ranger that plans to travel on this upcoming trip.Trying to raise funds to reach their goal, the Rangers have put out to the community they are wanting to help with your projects in efforts to raise funds for their trip.- Advertisement -The Rangers say they are willing to paint, do garbage clean-up after events, serving and clean-up after banquets, collect bottles, face painting at events, lot cleaning to mention a few ideas.If you have an upcoming project and could help with the Rangers fundraising efforts you can contact;Kayla Eicher at [email protected] Tena Middleton at [email protected]last_img read more