Boys' basketball: Bishop Montgomery's David Singleton establishes himself as a player to watch

Eric Sondheimer
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Improvement over the course of the season is a must for players who aspire to be the best, and sophomore guard David Singleton of Bishop Montgomery has certainly followed that path.

He averaged 18.9 points this season, made 69 three-pointers and shot 92% on free throws.

In big games, Singleton was at his best. He scored 22 points against Chino Hills last January and he had 33 points against the Huskies on Saturday.

Bishop Montgomery should be excited that Singleton, juniors Ethan Thompson and Jordan Schakel and freshman Gianni Hunt will be back next season after compiling a 28-3 record.

And it will be exciting to see if the 6-foot-3 Singleton can keep developing. He's already a good player.

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