*****My information is below, but just wanted to update. Finished my junior season 21-5, and lost in the consolation finals of regionals. I ended the season averaging 24.2ppg, including averaging 27 in the playoffs. Through my first 3 years my career totals are: 1,475 points in 75 games. 400 rebounds, 233 assists, and 140 steals. I was also named MVP of the Northern Conference, as we were conference champions.****
My name is Christian Warford and I am a guard at Barnsdall High School in Barnsdall, Oklahoma. It is a Class 2A school and I have been a varsity starter for 2 seasons. I just completed my sophomore year of high school. I have always loved basketball and have played at a competitive level since I was 7. I have always wanted to play basketball in college and to earn a degree so that I can have a job that I want and that I can be proud of. I also play receiver and corner back for our varsity football team, and competed in 1 track meet last spring as a fill-in anchor for the 4x100 relay.
I am a hard worker both on and off the court. I am left-handed but can use both hands effectively. I am a solid shooter, ball-handler, passer, and rebounder. I have been a captain of our basketball team for the past two seasons. Now I will tell you a little bit about myself, both athletically and academically.
-4.0 weighted GPA, National Honors Society Member, Superintendents Honor Roll (for the past 2 years). Vice-president of our local FACs chapter.
-Freshmen season: 26 games. Scored 454 points (most in the state of Oklahoma by a freshmen), 114 rebounds, 56 assists, 40 steals, 10 blocks. Named All-State Honorable Mention, All-Conference (1st team), and Vype Magazine All-Vype team for NE Oklahoma.
-Sophomore season: 23 games, 392 points, 131 rebounds, 80 assists, 47 steals, 7 blocks. Named All-State Honorable Mention, Tulsa World All-World team selection as honorable mention, All-Conference (1st team), and Vype Magazines All-Vype team for NE Oklahoma and voted Vype Magazines NE Oklahoma pre-season fan favorite male basketball player award.
My goal is to play college basketball and I will continue working on my game daily, as well as working out to get more physically fit. I will also continue pushing myself in the classroom to better prepare me for college. As a matter of fact, I will be enrolling in some college classes this fall. In summary, I love basketball and everything about it. I will add more to this as I continue my high school career in hopes of reaching my goal of playing college basketball in the fall of 2019. Thank you for taking the time to read this. God bless.