Conference Preview

Posted On: 07/27/20 1:39 PM

I am going to deviate a bit from the original piece in this segment. In part one, I bubbled around teams that hovered around the .500 mark across the South Florida area. For this installment, some of the following teams have been pretty successful over the past couple of years. I am also including one player on one team who has a bright future as a dual-sport athlete. Generally speaking, these programs might not fit the conventional definition as "sleepers".

However, I am a firm believer that each season a team develops its own identity. Different personnel results in different styles of play on the court. Simply put, additions or subtractions to a roster are going to leave you with more wins or losses. Teams have to rebuild or reload and formulate there own unique blueprint. Some of them take more time to gel than others.

The past is the past. The future has new story-lines waiting to be written. Although, every team across this landscape has the same core message.

Win a championship in Lakeland.

Stranahan Mighty Dragons

A program that has won 71 games over the past three seasons and two consecutive state championships is a sleeper?  Here

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