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Posted On: 01/22/18 12:15 PM
Six-foot-4 forward Bryce Scieszinski of Bon Homme has led his team to a 10-1 start this season and they are ranked as a top ten team in Class A.
“So far this year I have learned that we are an extremely tight knit group,” Bryce told PHD. “No one puts themselves above the team and we are super supportive of each other.
“We are also so balanced that it makes us that much tougher to guard!”
The Cans opened the year beating Vermillion and have since rolled to wins over Scotland (by 24), Hot Springs (by 18), Parkston (by 18), and many others. Bon Homme’s only loss is to Viborg-Hurley.
“In the next couple of weeks we have some tough matchups with a couple rivalries who will give us their best game no matter what,” Scieszinski said. “We pride ourselves on our defense and hopefully we stick with that mentality and get the job done.
“Our goals as a team include competing every single day whether it’s practice or games, making the sweet 16, and eventually the state tournament which is something Bon Homme hasn’t done since 1988!”
The Cavs went 7-3 during the football season with 6-foot-4, 195 pound Bryce Scieszinski leading the way at quarterback and linebacker.
Bryce is coming off a double-double against Freeman totaling 14 points and a dozen boards before getting an early seat. He had 17 and 12 against Parkston, there was the 24 scored against Winner, and the recent 13 and nine in the one loss. Those are the recent performances and they all fall in line with the goals Bryce has set.
“For myself I hope to give 100 percent effort every night and contribute in whatever way I am needed for the matchup,” Scieszinski said.
As a two sport standout Bryce is hearing from several schools.
“For basketball I have been hearing from Dakota Wesleyan, Doane, and a few other GPAC schools,” Bryce said. “I have been offered to play quarterback by DWU, Dakota State, and Presentation. Northern State and Morningside are also interested for football.”