Posted On: 11/16/20 4:15 PM

The Teams

ADM (13-10): The Tigers are looking for another productive season, but will have to do so by replacing 3 of their top 5 scorers, including their leading scorer Jaxson Millsap (15). The good news is that their next two leading scorers, Nathaniel MuellerNathanielMueller5'7" | PGADM | 2021StateIA and Tate Stine-SmithTateStine-Smith6'0" | SFADM | 2021StateIA, return to the team with their respective 14.5 points per game and 8.9 points per game. Mueller is a candidate to take the next step and put himself into consideration for player of the year in the conference and provides good lead guard abilities pushing 5 assists per game this past season. They will also be relying on 6’6 senior Dyaln Anderson to provide some length and inside presence. After getting to a substate semi-final and eventually losing to a good Dallas Center-Grimes team, the Tigers will be looking for some unproven players to step up and fill the needs. 

Ballard (19-8): Having only lost two total conference games and making it to the state consolation game, the Bombers will have high expectations going into this season. They will only lose two of their top 10 scorers from that 4th place team a year ago, and

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