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Hornet men's basketball adds Vermont product Clayton Fennimore

Hornet men's basketball adds Vermont product Clayton Fennimore

Lyndonville, VT - Clayton Fennimore, a 6'3" wing player from Blue Mountain Union High School in Wells River, VT, has committed to the Northern Vermont University-Lyndon men's basketball program for the Fall 2018 semester.  Fennimore will major in Business Administration.

Fennimore was a four-year varsity player in high school.  After playing his freshman and sophomore seasons at Oxbow High School in Bradford, VT, he moved to BMU for his junior and senior years.  As a senior he averaged 15 points, 4 assists, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game, with a high of a school record 42 points.  He was a 1st Team All-Central Vermont League selection and was chosen to participate in the Vermont Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game.

Hornet head coach David Pasiak said "Clay adds to our perimeter depth and gives us another very good perimeter shooter.  He improved tremendously over the course of his high school career and I'm confident that as he continues to mature physically and expand his game he will develop into a very good player at Lyndon.  We are very happy to have Clay in our program."

BMU head coach Chris Cook added "Clay's hard work and dedication to the game over the summer prior to the season helped the Blue Mountain Bucks to the play-offs for the first time in two seasons.  Clay's natural ability as a scorer helped us in many tight times during the season.  Clay had game's of 27, 32 and 42 points for us last season.  Clay's 42 point game set the record at Blue Mountain for most points in a game.  Clay's ability to create off the dribble also allowed him to average 4.0 assist per game as well.  Clay was a great talent on the floor and his work ethic was one that could not be questioned on and off.  The Blue Mountain community will be excited to watch Clay's progress at Lyndon."

Fennimore joins Zach Falkenburg of Chittnango, NY, Luke Fredsell of Westmoreland, NY, Colby Bucknam of Brunswick, ME, Dylan Torello of Fort Pierce, FL, Philip Lafond of South Easton, MA, Rian Hayman-Jones of St. Johnsbury, VT, and Kyle Cary of Ravena, NY in the Hornets' Fall 2018 recruiting class. The Hornets expect to announce additional commitments in the near future.