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October 23, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Eastside Catholic guard commits to Westmont College

Eastside Catholic guard Max Hudgins has committed to Westmont College.

The 6-foot-3 guard scored 12 points, dished three assists and grabbed four rebounds per game last year as a junior. Hudgins is also a 92-percent free-throw shooter.

“I am extremely fortunate to have in Max Hudgins the opportunity to coach The Best Shooter in the State of Washington!” Eastside Catholic coach Bill Liley said in a statement. “John Moore and Westmont College will be getting a great player that we at Eastside Catholic are extremely proud of.”

Westmont College, an NAIA member, is located in Santa Barbara, Calif. and is part of the Golden State Athletic Conference.

Hudgins is the third member of the Eastside Catholic team to commit to a collegiate program, joining Matisse Thybulle (Washington) and Mandrell Worthy (Montana State).

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