Posted On: 08/20/19 11:00 AM

Bismarck Legacy was one of the surprise teams in Class A last winter, winning 15 games and getting to the state tournament. The Sabers lost twice in blowout fashion to Fargo Davies and West Fargo, but also earned an upset win over Mandan at state. With multiple starters back, Legacy has reasonable cause for optimism heading into the 2019-20.

GO-TO GUY: Rhett Clements

Clements is one of the best returning players in the WDA after averaging 14 points and 7.5 rebounds as a junior. He only shot 24 percent from 3-point range but converted on better than 65 percent of his 2-pointers to maintain really good efficiency. He’s a tough guy to defend because he’s strong, athletic, active and skilled as a slasher and finisher.


Buzalsky saw minutes last year as just a freshman and experienced his share of ups and downs. He showed a strong ability to get to the free throw line. If he can improve on his shooting, he’s got a chance to be a big impact guy and with the accomplished players around him taking away attention, he’ll have a lot of opportunity to shine. He looked good over the summer with

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