Posted On: 10/11/20 11:00 AM

It’s never too early for too-early-season. With fall sports and school underway, it’s only a matter of time before the winter sports season is upon us. 

With that in mind, here’s a look at some of the teams that should be improved in 2020-21:

Bismarck St. Mary’s

The Saints won just five games last season but should be much-improved in 2020-21 thanks to experience gained by a bevvy of underclassmen. Evan GrossEvanGross6'1" | SGBismarck St. Mary's | 2022StateND was a bright spot last year, averaging 12 points per game as a sophomore. Nick SchumacherNickSchumacher6'1" | SGBismarck St. Mary's | 2022StateND and Jaxon Uhler were main rotation players last season and had their share of moments. And guys like Nate FedorchakNateFedorchak6'1" | SGBismarck St. Mary's | 2022StateND, Ben Morman and Brit Senftner are all moving into upperclass years with expectations. Add in seniors Zach Haas and Carson Rohrich and there’s enough there for a team to sneak up on some people this winter. 

West Fargo

The Packers went into last season with huge expectations and fell short of them in just about every way. Despite graduating their two best players, there’s a chance this iteration of West Fargo exceeds expectations and has more success. For

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