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CANFIELD OH- When things aren’t going right for a team and they need to turn it around, it’s always the experience they turn towards. Leaders that have been there before, and have come out the other side. True leaders stand up when others stay down. It’s easy to lead when things are going right, but the question is who shows up when they’re not.  South Range had to discover that this season after an 0-5 start.  Dylan Turvey was one of the players that put his feet on the line and never backed down from the challenge.  He’s been a staple in this program since his freshman year, and there was no way he was about to let it fail.

Turvey leads the best by making sure his teammates know he’s willing to do everything they are being asked of.  If the Raiders need someone to score, Dylan has it covered, if the Raiders need a distributer to make others wide open, Dylan has it covered, if the Raiders need lock down defense, Dylan has it covered. Point of the matter is Dylan is a player that does whatever it takes for the team to succeed.  He buys in to the brotherhood that has been the factor in the Raiders turnaround.  Just like all great leaders do, Turvey stood up when the outside world expected him to fall down. His team followed suit.

Dylan was kind enough to take some time to do an interview with YSN’s Anthony Hartwig.  They talk about the conversations that were had during the team’s turnaround, what he’s learned throughout his career, and much more.  Check out the latest South Range basketball Player Profile only on YSN.

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CANFIELD OH- South Range did not get off to the start they wanted this season. Coming in to Tuesday, the Raiders were 0-5 and struggling to score. Springfield was on the other end of the spectrum, they came in to Tuesday’s matchup with the Raiders undefeated, and rolling on offense. South Range’s defense won the day however, as they held the Tigers to just 19 first half points. The Raiders defense continued to clamp down in the second half and came away with a 56-46 win over Springfield.

Eli Taylor led the Raiders with 13 points. They were able to get an important 12 point performance off the bench from Dylan Turvey. Mike Patrone also got in to double figures with 11.

Adam Wharry led the Tigers offense with a game-high 19 points. Clay Medvec added 14 to the cause.