Lander basketball player Bryan St. Clair will be taking his skills to the College of Idaho in Caldwell in the fall.

St. Clair averaged 17.5 points a game for the Tigers this past season, shooting 39% from the floor and 78% from the free-throw line. He had a couple of sharp games against Worland in 2020-21, with a 29 point performance and a 26 point outing. The senior surpassed 1,000 career points during his final game in March 2021. St. Clair was named all-state in 3A as his Lander team qualified for the state tournament.

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Bryan St. Clair, Lander, basketball, 2021
Courtesy: Stu Mullins, Lander Valley High School

In his junior year, St. Clair was also named 3A all-state as he averaged 14 points a game. He shot 47% from the field and 75% from the line as the Tigers once again qualified for the state tournament. In his sophomore year, Lander won the 3A state championship, and St. Clair averaged 8 points a contest.

He's also been competing in track and field and in last week's Shane Brock Meet in Lander, he placed 2nd in the long jump with a leap of 21-1, 4th in the high jump going 5-6, and 7th in the 200-meter dash in 24.55. He also ran on Lander's 4x100 meter relay team that took 2nd in that meet over the weekend. St. Clair also ran cross country for the Tigers in his prep career.

The College of Idaho is an NAIA school that plays in the Cascade Conference.

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