Ethan Bradds was chosen as the Edward Jones Investments Athlete of the Month for February for Greeneview High School. Bradds, shown here with GHS principal Brian Masser (left) and Mike Reed of Edward Jones Investments, played as a junior on the boys basketball team. He accomplished three double-doubles in a span of four games — 22 points, 19 rebounds against Mechanicsburg; 19 points, 15 rebounds vs. Xenia Christian; 16 points and 10 rebounds vs. Versailles. Bradds has verbally committed to play college football at Eastern Kentucky University. He has done all of this on the court while maintaining his excellent student status.


Ethan Bradds was chosen as the Edward Jones Investments Athlete of the Month for February for Greeneview High School. Bradds, shown here with GHS principal Brian Masser (left) and Mike Reed of Edward Jones Investments, played as a junior on the boys basketball team. He accomplished three double-doubles in a span of four games — 22 points, 19 rebounds against Mechanicsburg; 19 points, 15 rebounds vs. Xenia Christian; 16 points and 10 rebounds vs. Versailles. Bradds has verbally committed to play college football at Eastern Kentucky University. He has done all of this on the court while maintaining his excellent student status.

Ethan Bradds was chosen as the Edward Jones Investments Athlete of the Month for February for Greeneview High School. Bradds, shown here with GHS principal Brian Masser (left) and Mike Reed of Edward Jones Investments, played as a junior on the boys basketball team. He accomplished three double-doubles in a span of four games — 22 points, 19 rebounds against Mechanicsburg; 19 points, 15 rebounds vs. Xenia Christian; 16 points and 10 rebounds vs. Versailles. Bradds has verbally committed to play college football at Eastern Kentucky University. He has done all of this on the court while maintaining his excellent student status.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_BraddsEthan.jpgEthan Bradds was chosen as the Edward Jones Investments Athlete of the Month for February for Greeneview High School. Bradds, shown here with GHS principal Brian Masser (left) and Mike Reed of Edward Jones Investments, played as a junior on the boys basketball team. He accomplished three double-doubles in a span of four games — 22 points, 19 rebounds against Mechanicsburg; 19 points, 15 rebounds vs. Xenia Christian; 16 points and 10 rebounds vs. Versailles. Bradds has verbally committed to play college football at Eastern Kentucky University. He has done all of this on the court while maintaining his excellent student status.
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