Woodward's Durham named LaRosa's Athlete of the Week
- NAME: Terry Durham
- SCHOOL: Woodward High School
- SPORT(S): Basketball-Football
- GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
- GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Winning national tournament in 2016
- BIRTHDATE: 10/24/98
- HEIGHT: 6'6"-230 lbs.
- RESIDENCE: Hartwell
- MOM: Jamelia Durham
- BIGGEST INFLUENCE: LeBron James, Uncle Darren Goodson
- FUTURE GOAL: Make it to the NBA
Woodward's multi-talented Terry Durham showed that he was one of the area's elite basketball talents this season, and put together a senior year to remember. He was so good during one game he threw an alley-oop pass to himself!
Terry was a double-double machine with 23 double-double games. In fact, he averaged a double-double on the year with a league-leading 24 points-13 rebounds per game. He leaves high school with 1,306 career points, 688 career rebounds and 101 blocked shots.
The basketball all-star, who helped lead the Bulldogs to sectional and district championships, had many monster games, including 42 points-10 rebounds vs. Indian Hill, 37 points-16 rebounds vs. Shroder, 33 points-15 rebounds vs. Hughes, 33 points-12 rebounds vs. Dayton Dunbar, and 32 points-16 rebounds vs. Peel Elite (Canada).
His numerous awards included being named CMAC Player of the Year, SWO District Div. II Player of the Year and 1st team all-Ohio Div. II. Plus, he is a finalist for Cincinnati.com's Sports Awards' Basketball Player of the Year. Terry also played three years of football for the Bulldogs. He will play either basketball or football at the next level, but has not yet selected a college.
His favorite athlete is LeBron James, favorite entertainer is Kevin Hart, favorite book is No Way Out, favorite movie is Black Panther and most-like-to-meet is Kobe Bryant.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Terry Durham is a man child that plays hard on both ends of the floor. He can do it all and he will fill the stat sheet. Off the court, he is a very nice kid; during the summers, he works with youths ages 5-13 helping with basketball drills and classroom activities."
— Jarelle Redden, Basketball Coach