Posted On: 09/4/19 9:32 PM

For Tre Gordon, the goal is simple. The 6-foot-3 guard told Prep Hoops Wisconsin, "I want to bring (Kenosha) Bradford a championship of some sort." The first championship that Gordon can bring to his team is a conference championship. 

In his sophomore season, Kenosha Bradford was far from being the best team in their conference. Last year, Racine Park went 12-2 in conference play and beat out Franklin, Racine Case, Racine Horlick, and Kenosha Indian Trail for the Southeast Conference championship. Kenosha Bradford was left kneeling at the throne of Park and all of their other close competitors. The Red Devils won just four conference games in the 2018-19 season. The Greg Leech coached team finished 7th in the conference, just ahead of bottom-dwelling Kenosha Tremper. 

In the 2019-20 season, Bradford will look to make their exit from the basement of the Southeast Conference. Maxwell Glass, Da'Quantae Sawyer, Jashon Lee, and Tre Gordon will all return for another year of high school basketball. These prospects are poised to make big impacts, but Gordon may be best suited for a breakout campaign. If Kenosha Bradford is to make an

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