It’s official: Markham, Flohr bound for Mesa |

It’s official: Markham, Flohr bound for Mesa

The path for area hoopsters Sean Flohr and Aaron Markham is now official. Mesa State College officially released its list of 2005 recruits and, as expected, the two Roaring Fork Valley products are on the list Mavericks men’s basketball head coach Jim Heaps announced.Markham and Flohr both received scholarships to play at Mesa State, which boasts a recruiting class of seven players – three freshmen, three junior-college transfers and a sophomore transfer. Flohr (6 feet, 5 inches) averaged 22 points per game for Glenwood Springs High School last season, leading the Demons to a 12-10 record and a trip to the Class 4A postseason.Markham (5-10) averaged 14 points and nine assists per game as the point guard for Roaring Fork High School. He was a Class 3A first-team all-state selection by the Rocky Mountain News and helped the Rams to a second-place finish in the state tournament last season and a third-place finish in 2004.The Division II Mavericks finished the 2004-05 season with a 20-8 overall record and advanced to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship game.Other players in the Mavericks recruiting class include: Kurt Bangle (6-8), redshirt freshman, Garden City, Kan.; Bassey Ekong (6-4), transfer, North Lake College; Ryan Mathews (6-0), transfer, Barstow Community College; Maurice Miller (6-3), transfer, Cabrillo College; Stephen Soriano (6-6), transfer, Yavapai Community College.

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