Posted On: 11/6/19 1:30 PM

The MCAA is now an 8-team league with a better geographical balance. Four schools left the conference with two new programs stepping in their place. Here is our preview.

Conference Commentary

Top Contenders: Heritage Christian, LPHT, Spectrum, West Lutheran

This league is truly wide open. Some oddities led to Heritage Christian not always having the expected line-up but they do return a couple starters led by TJ Guggenberger. The Bulldogs of Lester Prairie lost a lot of their grinders/workers but they do have a nice point guard in Evan Lee and an up and coming talented forward in Zach Jackson who is arguably the best junior in the league. The pair will make for quality leaders as young players fill the other roles. As far as Spectrum goes, they lost more to graduation than any team in this league BUT they have the best player in the league in Max Lawrence and they have the top sophomore (Titus Skistad). West Lutheran brings back three of their top four guys including Troy Kokkinen who led them in everything

Compete with Most: Legacy Christian, North Lakes Academy,

Legacy Christian may take another step forward led by a solid junior class that includes

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