Posted On: 06/4/19 9:30 AM

It’s only summer, but Lausanne head coach Marvis Davis is happy with what he has seen out of his team after just one practice.

The Lynx played three scrimmages on Monday at Briarcrest High School, and the starting five of Jalen Bo Montgomery, Dylan Woods, Dylan Andrews, Nick Floyd and Johnathan DeJurnett looked the part of a team that’s preparing to have a special season.

Davis will have the luxury this season of coaching veterans, players who have been around the block more than once. In order for Lausanne to redeem itself from last year’s 17-11 campaign – that ended with a second round loss to Tipton-Rosemark Academy in the Division II-A West Region Tournament - the starting five of Montgomery, Woods, Andrews, Floyd and DeJurnett will have to lead the way.

“All five starters played a ton for us last year,” Davis said. “Johnathan has really stepped up big time. Bo has really stepped up big time. Nick is knocking down shots. We have to get him in a little more in basketball shape. He’s a little tired out there. That happens when you’re playing two sports, and he’s a football guy, too.

“But, I’m telling you, I really

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