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Posted On: 05/25/18 3:28 PM
Six-foot-3 guard Seth Hetzel of Stanley High stepped up this winter giving his team nearly 14 a game as one of the best teams in the state.
“My high school season went well and I thought I really improved as a defensive player and improved on the offensive end as well.’
Seth played some new roles this year and he stepped up to perform them well.
“Most nights I would be matched up against the other teams best player,” Seth said. “Playing with Wyatt Hanson was really fun and he pushed me and helped me become a better player.”
Now Hetzel is a key member of the North Dakota Attack, a team that has had some success through four events. They’ve played some tough competition and Seth commonly has been a key piece.
“Playing on the Attack team has been a good experience playing basketball and getting to know my coaches and teammates on and off the court,” Seth explained.
“Our team hopes to improve together and individually and learn how to play with each other and use each others strengths. I would like to improve with my ball handling, decision making, and shot selection on offense and get to be a quicker defender.”
With good size on the wing and playing on successful teams Seth is also hearing from a few local colleges.
“I got an invite from Lake Region to a workout/camp this summer. I also talked a little bit with the assistant coach at Mayville State.”