Posted On: 08/13/19 9:30 AM

Fargo Davies went into last year as a state title contender/favorite and the Eagles didn’t disappoint, going 24-3 and reaching the state championship game before losing to the buzzsaw that was Jamestown. The Eagles won the EDC regular season title and the EDC Tournament. Despite losing three starters, Fargo Davies will once again be among the most talented teams in the state and a contender in Class A.

GO-TO GUY: Cole Hage

I could see this iteration of Fargo Davies having four guys average 10-15 points per game with another four or five averaging 4-7. The depth is impressive despite graduating some big scorers. I don’t see Cole Hage being a traditional go-to guy in the sense that he’ll pump up a ton of shots every game, but I do think it’s likely that in scenarios where the Eagles need to run a play to get a good shot, Hage is the guy they’ll run a play for. The 6-foot-2 combo forward averaged 13 points per game a year ago and can score inside and out.

BREAKOUT CANDIDATE: Owen Hektner

Hektner saw minimal minutes last year behind some talented upperclassmen, but he’s clearly talented. At 6-foot-5, he’s a good enough

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