Posted On: 11/3/19 8:00 AM

The Teams

Baxter (11-10, 7-5): The Bolts bring back just five players from last year's varsity roster, but luckily for them, three of them ranked among the top five in scoring last season, so they have a decent core to build around. Cole Damman (12.4) far and away led the team in made 3s last season (47) and assists (80), and should have the ball in his hands a ton this year. The offense flowed through big man Will Clapper last year, this year will be a bit more perimeter oriented, with Damman joined by Kael Johnston (3.9) in the backcourt. Carter Nelsen (9.7) was solid alongside Clapper in the paint last year, leading the team with 23 blocks and pulling down 8.6 rebounds a game. He'll fill Clapper's shoes nicely. Rory Heer (1.4) is the other returnee who saw any time last year. This group probably isn't as good as Meskwaki at the top of the league, but they should be battling for a second place finish. 

Collins-Maxwell (5-15, 3-11): The Spartans struggled last year, winning just five games and posting shooting splits of 33-25-58, but they should be improved this year with lots of

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