Posted On: 10/16/20 10:29 AM

Chaska steps into the season a Class AAAA contender but on their heels in the Metro West once again is Cooper.  Here is the Metro West Preview!

 

Conference Commentary

Top 10 in State – Chaska

The Hawks are a constant in the top 10 of Class AAAA basketball.  They are right now one of the most consistent programs in the state consistently bringing back starters, and continuing to find up and comers to plug in spots, and they become valuable contributors.  The Hawks have leading scorer Luke StrazzantiLukeStrazzanti6'4" | SGChaska | 2021StateMN back, they have their center back in Brady NicholsonBradyNicholson6'8" | CChaska | 2022StateMN, there is always a shooter to chase and this year it’s Jack FrickJackFrick6'2" | SGChaska | 2021StateMN (along with Luke), and there is the worker Spencer GoetzSpencerGoetz6'3" | SFChaska | 2021StateMN.

Top 20 in State - Cooper

Cooper and Chaska have been going back and forth in this for several years (most of the years) and this year will be no different.  Cooper enters the year a top 20 in Class AAAA with Broderick Powell JrBroderickPowell Jr5'11" | PGRobbinsdale Cooper | 2021StateMN, Tyson DallasTysonDallas6'2" | SGRobbinsdale Cooper | 2021StateMN, and Davion EvansDavionEvans5'11" | PGRobbinsdale Cooper | 2022StateMN back leading an experience group.  Cooper and Chaska split games last season and with Cooper

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