When Sequim High School senior Ary Webb hits the basketball court on the Olympic Peninsula next winter, he'll be donning Bremerton black and red.
Webb signed a letter of intent and received a scholarship to play for the Olympic (Community) College Rangers for the 2009-2010 season.
Sequim High School's guard/forward combo stand-out scored a team-high 15.9 points per game in 24 games and led the Wolves to their second 2A state tournament in three years.
The Rangers return five players from a team that went 21-8 and placed seventh at the NWAACC tournament last winter, bringing home a trophy from the tourney for the first time since 2000.
"Ary brings a great understanding of the game with a good shooting
touch," said Billy Landram, men's head basketball coach at Olympic College. "We had a lot of great athletes but nobody to knock down shots when teams played off of us or when we drove to the basket. We think Ary can be the guy to do that for us."
Webb said that a recruiting visit from Landram helped in his decision.
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