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Sentencing for man in Frederick HS shooting continued
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FREDERICK, Md. (WUSA9) -- The sentencing for one of the two men involved in a February shooting that happened outside of basketball game at Frederick High School was continued to next year. 

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Twenty-year-old Chandler Davenport was expected to be sentenced Tuesday. The sentencing is now set for January 6.  He pleaded guilty a few months ago for his role in the shooting. Davenport was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment. A judge accepted his plea under one condition: that he would testify against the alleged shooter, Brandon Tyler. Under that plea Davenport would likely only spend one year in jail.

A 14-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy were shot back in February outside of the gym during a basketball game. Both boys survived. The alleged shooter is scheduled to go on trial next year.

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Initially police were investigating this shooting as potentially being gang-related.

In addition, Davenport did have another sentencing for a previous probation violation. He was sentenced to a year for that incident. Davenport was on probation when he was arrested in August of last year for an assault charged. He received 248 days credit for time serve. He must also pay the victim in the assault case. 

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