Bloom Township's Donald Moore helped the Blazing Trojans to a 28-5 record.
Donald Moore ran the show for Bloom Township as the team made a trip to the Class 4A state finals in Peoria. Moore was also the MVP of the McDipper Tournament.
Bloom Township's Donald Moore had a way of taking over a game as he led the Blazing Trojans to a berth in the Class 4A semifinals.
Donald Moore is The Times Player of the Year and did a little bit of everything to lead Bloom Township to a Class 4A supersectional title.
Bloom Township's Donald Moore averaged 13.6 points, 3.8 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 steal per game in leading the Blazing Trojans to a fourth-place finish in Class 4A.
Bloom Township's Donald Moore is The Times Illinois Player of the Year. His leadership carried the Blazing Trojans to a 28-5 record and a fourth-place finish in the Class 4A tournament.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana teens will have to be slightly older and practice driving longer before earning a driver's license, under new rules effective Thursday.
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