He transferred to Cornerstone after two seasons at Euclid. He planned to attend Cornerstone his freshman year but chose Euclid to stay with friends. Adams calls it a blessing to attend Cornerstone, and says it was his best decision. The Patriots’ district title victory marked their 18th win of the season — three times as many games Adams won with Euclid. “It’s my first (title),” Adams said. “Hopefully we can get here next year but I’m not thinking about that. I’m just trying to enjoy the moment and keep going four more.” readThe Patriots coaching staff holds high expectations for Adams next season. For now, he’s contributed as a valuable role player who can space the floor for Bothwell and Cornerstone’s offense. Weybrecht challenges Adams to shoot at least five 3-pointers per game. “He’s a great kid so we love having him around,” Weybrecht said. “He’s accepted it from day one, he’s accepted his role, he’s been coachable the whole time.
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