Posted On: 11/16/20 6:00 PM

The Teams

Clarksville (4-19): The Indians were largely non-competitive last year, winning just one game against a league opponent, and losing just twice by single digits. They lose leading scorer Ethan SchmidtEthanSchmidt6'3" | PFClarksville | 2020StateIA, who averaged 16.7 points a game and single-handedly accounted for over 30% of the team’s scoring. Jacob Stauffer (7.4) is back after a solid freshman season in which he also averaged 6 rebounds a game, as is Alek Kellogg (5.8), but they are the only two of the top seven scorers from last year who return.

Don Bosco (18-6): The Dons have been the best team in the division for several years now, but they’ll likely lose their spot on the throne this year. The top three, and five of the top six, scorers graduated, leaving just junior guard Kobe AllenKobeAllen5'7" | PGDon Bosco | 2022StateIA (5.8). Allen is a quick guard who also averaged 4.0 assists, but the rest of the face will be new. He’s a solid player to build around, and Don Bosco always has good athletes, but expect a step back from the Dons this year.

Dunkerton (10-13): The Raiders had an up-and-down season, with some solid wins and some questionable

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