Posted On: 02/9/19 5:00 PM

 

Jake Hilmer

The favorite: The top ranked team in 2A, North Linn, is the favorite here, but the state didn't do the Lynx many favors in their move up to 2A this season. The Lynx have the state's highest powered offense, averaging 93.3 points a game behind dynamic point guard Jake Hilmer (24.9), the state's all-time leader in assists and steals. He paces a highly efficient offense that shoots just under 57% from the floor, with their defense routinely sparking the offense and leading to easy buckets. David Seber (15.1, 47 3PM), Trevor Boge (12.2, 26 3PM) and Austin Hilmer (11.6, 33 3PM) give the Lynx some perimeter shooting alongside Hilmer, while Austin Miller (12.0, 76.6 FG%) is highly efficient. Nobody in the state plays pressure defense like North Linn, and this group is highly experienced, deep and talented. They're looking to finish the job that they couldn't finish in 1A last year, and should get through this district relatively unscathed. 

The biggest threat: Dyersville Beckman plays in the 3A WaMaC and has played a significantly more

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