In a testament to perseverance, Seabolt poured in 21 points to lead the Mustangs over Creekside, the lone bright spot on their record thus far in 2012-13.
Ola’s struggles will likely subside as Seabolt continues to grow into his role as team leader, both on and off the floor. In the meantime, his production and solid level of play should keep the scrappy Mustangs competitive for as long as possible in games against every caliber of opponent.
The Ola varsity boys’ hoops program will continue to rely on the dynamic skill set that Seabolt brings to the table.
As the team gears up for the second half of the season, look for the Seabolt-led Mustangs to make its fare share of noise down the stretch.