Posted On: 11/17/20 9:00 AM

The Teams

Baxter (15-7): The Bolts were great against non-Meskwaki teams last year in league play, but have major holes to fill following the graduations of Cole DammanColeDamman5'8" | PGBaxter | 2020StateIA and Carter Nelsen. That duo combined to average 37.4 points a game last season. Roy Heer (7.7), Cody Damman (5.8), Kael Johnston (5.0) and Andrew Klemme (2.3) all saw significant playing time last season, but one of them will need to emerge as the go-to guy for this group.

Collins-Maxwell (7-15): The Spartans really struggled down the stretch last year, going 1-10 in their last 11 games and allowing 67.8 points a game (which includes allowing 27 to Valley Lutheran in the lone win). Mason Markley (10.5) is the lone returnee among the top five from last season, and will be asked to step into the primary scoring role. Luke Huntrods (5.0) and Jace Huntrods (3.6) return after solid freshmen seasons and will be asked to become key contributors. 

Colo-Nesco (3-19): The Royals lose the top three scorers from last year’s team, with Tanner Ingle (3.6) the top returnee. Five players who saw significant time are back, but they’ll all have to adjust to much larger

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