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Manheim's Kevin Rowe off to hot start for Hbg Horizon Basketball

March 26, 2004 - Eastern Basketball Alliance (EBA) - Harrisburg Horizon News Release

March 26, 2004- The Horizon have started the season 3-0 thanks to solid team performances. But each victory has had one thing in common: defenders can’t guard Kevin Rowe.

Rowe, a 6’7” forward from Manheim, is leading the EBA in scoring with 28 points per game and has the Horizon thinking about a third straight league championship. Rowe began the season with 32-point performance against the New York Pride and has been hot ever since. He followed up by scoring 26 points against the Delaware Destroyers and scored a healthy 27 points against the Wilkes-Barre Blast last Saturday. Rowe hopes to continue his hot streak this Saturday when the Horizon host the Schuylkill Fire Dogs at Penn State Harrisburg’s Capital Union Building. Tip-off is at 7 p.m.

Rowe is a four-year veteran of the Horizon and has developed into a team leader this season in the absence of league MVP Dave Jannuzzi, who is playing in Texas as of press time. Rowe has doubled his point production from last year when he averaged 15 points a game off the bench.

Rowe’s inside-out attack keeps defenders guessing whether or not he’s going to drive to the basket or take a long jump shot. He has good vision for a man his size, and a consistent three-point shot as well.

Rowe played his college basketball at Millersville University ands graduated with a degree in Business Administration. He is now a manager at Enterprise rental Car Co.

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