Posted On: 10/22/18 2:22 PM
The 6-foot-4 guard had a massively successful offseason on the grassroots and camp trail; and he’s not only poised to be the most dominant player in this conference, but also one of the more dominant in the state. Look for Martinek to be a tough and skilled scorer, who will rebound and defend at high a high level.
18.8 points, 2.3 assists, 1.9 steals, 5.8 rebounds
The conference’s second-leading scoring leader from a season ago returns, and trust us, he’s bigger and better than ever. We’ve seen him dominate on several different occasions this offseason.
13.9 points, 2.4 assists, 1.6 steals, 6.6 rebounds
Saint Angsar won 11 games last season and return five of its six leading scorers. Kramer, a versatile 6-foot-4 forward, will lead the lead this season, and he’ll be at the helm for a Saints squad with high hopes.
12.2 points, 3.1 assists, 2.4 steals
A dual-sport star, Fitzgerald is known more for his baseball prowess, but the athletic point guard is electric on the hardwood, too. At just 5’11, he’ll get up and dunk with ease.
14.6 points, 3.9 assists, 2.5 steals, 4.7 rebounds
Kirchgatter is a versatile threat who does a little bit of everything for the Saints. He was the leading scorer last season for an 11-win team, and he could be up around 20 points per game this winter.
11.5 points, 2.0 assists, 1.3 steals, 3.2 rebounds
West Fork is always one of the better teams in the conference, and after winning 19 games a season ago, the team’s top two scorer’s return. Martinek will lead the Warhawks, and Halloran will also be critical to their success.
Austin Bienemann, Nashua-Plainfield — 2021
Brady Gatton, Newmnan Catholic — 2019
Jonah Bluhm, Osage — 2020
Jake Staudt, Rockford — 2019
Dylan Kisner, Central Springs — 2019
Honorable Mention: Luke Kerwinske, Isaac Chambers, Jacob Schutt, Rhett Lammers, Chase Eiklenborg, Josh Fick, Marquise Berry, Brett Bobinet, Kaden Lyman, Max Rooney, Jake Sievert,