Posted On: 03/26/20 11:00 AM

Unless something unforeseen occurs, the basketball season has come and gone. There’s a lot to unpack from the last four months of hoops though and before we turn our attention to the AAU and offseason scene, let’s look back at the season that was.

Bismarck Was The Biggest Surprise In the State

Heading into the season, it was impossible to know what to make of Bismarck. The Demons were graduating everybody from the season prior and while the team was okay the year before, the fact that there weren’t any sophomores or juniors good enough to crack the rotation gave a feeling that a rebuild was coming down the pipe. 

It took one game for that notion to go out the window. The Demons unleashed fury on opponents all year, utilizing depth and pace that no other team could play with and piling up high-volume numbers. 

The strength truly was in numbers. There were some standouts - Gunner Swanson emerged as an all-league player on the wing and Treysen Eaglestaff was a microwave scorer as a sophomore - but the real weapon for this team was that it could throw bodies at

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