Posted On: 09/6/19 1:26 PM

Clark/Willow Lake earned a state crown led by an impressive group of seniors who were as tough as they were talented as a unit.  Who fills all of the vacated minutes? PHD breaks down a young group.  

Moving On:   Clark/Willow Lake not only started four seniors, but they had a dominating pair in Jacob Prouty and Micah Burke that led their team to an undefeated record against Class B teams.  Prouty scored 20 plus a game making few mistakes while Burke nearly averaged a 15 and 10 double-double.  Grayson Florey was an outside shooting weapon that scored 7-8 a night while senior guard pair Jeffrey Paulson and Travis O'Neill split time as role playing guard pieces.  That's five of the seven main players from the rotation moving on. 

Returning Starters:  The lone returning starter is Stone Burke, a 6-foot-4 big that led the team in rebounding with just under ten a game plus he gave the team 12.5 points a contest.  Burke is an aggressive defender and an all around active player that will move from the supporting forward to the senior the team is relying on. 

Reserves Playing a Bigger Role: If the Cyclones used more than one player on

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