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Tyler Forster, Francis Scott Key

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STATS -- Though just a sophomore, the 6-foot-1 guard leads the Eagles in steals (1.6 per game) and field-goal percentage (.430) and is third in scoring (6.7). He has been one of the steadiest players on a team that has struggled for wins.

SIDELINES -- Forster, who also plays football for the Eagles, has become a key contributor in his first season of varsity basketball. He has proven to be both a strong ballhandler and rebounder. Now, coach Jeff Cook has asked him to pick up his scoring by taking more shots. He might get tips from older brother Jon, who last year averaged nearly 20 points per game for the Eagles and is now a freshman at Frostburg State. Forster and his family moved to the area three years ago from Anne Arundel County.

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