Posted On: 11/2/19 3:30 PM

The Teams

Clarksville (9-12, 8-9): The Indians bring back 6-2 forward Ethan Schmidt (18.9), who led the team in scoring and rebounding last season, while shooting a remarkable 66.8% from the floor. He's even capable of stretching out to the arc, where he knocked down nine of his 20 attempts, good for 45%. Deric Trees (4.7) figures to be the team's lead ball handling option and perimeter scoring threat, while Corbin Engel (2.0) is the other returnee with experience. Schmidt is one of the most dominant players in the conference, and should win this group some games, but it's tough to see them replicating their near .500 record in league play unless some shooting emerges. 


Zach Huff

Don Bosco (16-7, 12-3): Only two starters return for the Dons, but they bring back a standout guard in Zach Huff (15.1, 57 3PM, 42.5 3P%), one of the best shooters in the state and a kid who looks primed to have an explosive scoring season as far-and-away the team’s top scoring threat. Huff isn't just a scorer, however, as he also dished out 97 assists

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