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Sports : NCMC Signs High-Scoring Iowa Guard
Posted by Tom on 2014/5/30 15:00:00 (302 reads) News by the same author

Terrance Bush, Jr., a student at Des Moines North High School, will attend North Central Missouri College in Trenton and play basketball for the Pirates starting in the fall.
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Attached picture front row from left: Angie Sharkey, Terrance Bush, Jr. and Terrance Bush, Sr. Back row from left: NCMC Assistant Coach Jeremy Esry, Des Moines North Coach Chad Ryan, and NCMC Head Basketball Coach Steve Richman

Head Pirates Coach Steve Richman said, “Terrance led the state of Iowa in Class 4A. He knows how to score and fill it up from the three-point line, giving us an additional scorer from the perimeter. He’s extremely athletic and can play above the rim, too.” Terrance Bush is a 6’1” guard.

His athletic honors include 4A All-State Iowa Newspaper Association Second Team, All-State Sports Spotlight Second Team, All-State Iowa Preps First Team, All-State Des Moines Register Third Team, and All-Metro First Team. Averaging 22 points and 3.9 steals per game, Bush led the state of Iowa. He made 137 three-pointers during his junior and senior years. His community involvement included Freedom for Youth Christian Volunteer, summer camp volunteer, and Booster Club volunteer. His major at North Central Missouri College is undecided.

Previously-signed recruits for the Pirates are Reid Summers from Richmond and Caleb Berry from Lee’s Summit.

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