The Rangers star talks about standing out in an athletic family and the work he’s put in to be among the MVC’s best.
He has emerged as one of the top three point shooters in the state and now Methuen boys basketball star Mitchell Crowe has his names in the MHS record books after his nine treys against Greater Lawrence on Jan. 12, tying Rangers great Michael Gorman for the all-time best.
That was part of a 37-point game, his best output of the year. Crowe followed that up with a 25-point effort in a win over Chelmsford and is averaging 16.7 points per game through Jan. 20.
Crowe joined us to talk about his rise in the game, the work ethic needed to become a strong shooter and how much he enjoys his time on the court.