Posted On: 10/4/19 11:49 AM

There weren't many teams in the area that experienced the turnaround that Parkville did last season. After finishing with a .500 record two seasons ago, the Knights boasted a 17-6 record in 2018-19. Many factors went into their success, but with that success, the expectations and standards increase for the upcoming season. Head coach Josh Czerski returns 90% of his overall production throughout his rotation, but there have been new faces added to the roster who should make a sizable impact.

Moving On

2019 forward Timmy Awani graduated after playing respectable minutes last season and contributing as more of a utility role player.

2021 center Kevin Kalu transferred to City where he will look to make an impact in Baltimore City.

Returning starters

The engine of this team will be 2020 point guard John Godinez. The 5-foot-9 guard finished second in Baltimore County Player of the Year voting last season, and has only added to his game since. Godinez is one of the best play makers at his position in the county. His vision, anticipation and feel for the game is unmatched. He is certainly a

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