Posted On: 09/10/19 10:00 AM

Bismarck Century was more up and down last year than in typical seasons but around the midway point of the year, the Patriots turned things around, hit the gas and surged to the state tournament. Behind awesome seasons from Treyton Mattern and Cade Feeney and a senior-heavy core, the Patriots ended their season with a third-place finish at state.

GO-TO GUY: Cade Feeney

The lone returning starter from last year, Feeney heads into his senior year with two years of starting experience and as arguably the best two-way guard in the WDA. The 6-foot senior-to-be averaged 15.8 points and nearly three assists per game while knocking down 37 percent of his 3-pointers. He’s one of the best defensive guards in the state without question and with more offensive responsibility, expect him to put up big numbers.


There are a handful of guys that fit into this spot but I’ll go with Justice Coleman. The 6-foot-3 forward saw spot minutes last year as a sophomore and averaged a little less than four points per game. He’s a solid athlete who should be able to hold his own against wings and forwards in the WDA. He’s a solid

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