Snider caps big week with visit to U of L

Ballard High School senior point guard Quentin Snider had a big week on the floor, leading the Bruins to four wins in four days and ended it with a visit to Louisville to watch the Cardinals beat SMU. Snider has signed with U of L.

It was quite a week for Quentin Snider.

The Ballard High School senior had 73 points and 35 assists in four games, helping the Bruins to a 3-1 record in a four-day span.

Snider, a University of Louisville signee, is averaging 23 points a game for the 14-4 Bruins, who are undefeated in the state of Kentucky. Ballard will play the KCD-Butler winner on Wednesday in the Louisville Invitational.

After his impressive four-day run, Snider was at the U of L vs. SMU game on Sunday at the KFC Yum! Center with his family. He visited in the locker room after the game with U of L coach Rick Pitino and assistant Kevin Keatts.

In a win over KCD, Snider had 20 points and 13 assists and then scored 17 of his 19 points and added five assists in a loss to Christian Brothers, Mo., before 12 points and 10 assists in a win over Waggener. He then had 22 points and seven assists in a win over Guerin Catholic, Ind., in a game at Freedom Hall.

Snider now has 542 career assists and broke the old school record - held by Mark Bell - for career assists. He also has over 300 career three-pointers and now has 2,094 career points. Snider is 182 points behind Allan Houston, who is the school's all-time leading scorer.

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