Posted On: 11/6/19 6:08 AM

We are now less than two weeks away from Baltimore County Public Schools officially beginning practice. With that being the case, it's time to take a look at some headlines that are of conversations entering the 2019-20 season.

Is New Town equipped to repeat as champions?

The Titans experienced quite the roster turnover with the handful of seniors they lost. They also lost a key transfer in 2021 6-foot-9 forward Julian Reese. Nevertheless, they still have two key pieces in Martaz Robinson and Andrew Mills. The 2020 duo played critical roles in last year's run and both will be expected to produce even more this season. Mills, the reigning Baltimore County Player of the Year, is a versatile 6-foot-5 wing that can score inside and out. He'll be responsible to be an anchor defensively as well with their lack of size. Robinson is a 6-foot-2 guard with good feel for the game. His role will change with the expectations of becoming a consistent scoring presence. 2020 guards in Khyrie Johnson and Twan Carter will both need to be knockdown shooters and effective defenders. 2020 guard Stephon Marcano is a Coppin Academy transfer who will bring another scoring and

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