Another injury has extended Jarred Jones' stay on the sideline, and this one could end the season for the Loyola Maryland starting forward. The Havre de Grace resident and John Carroll graduate had his wrist placed in a hard cast last week, and it appears that this injury will force the 6-foot-7, 188-pound junior to wait until next season to return to the court. "He went to the doctor last week, and he's probably going to be out for the year," coach G.G. Smith said Monday. "Right now, he's out three to four weeks with the hard cast, and they'll evaluate him after that. It's not 100percent that he's out, but that's probably the most likely scenario. So right now, he's out indefinitely." Jones hasn't played since Nov. 16.