Posted On: 11/24/20 2:59 AM

Heritage Hall may have been on their way to get revenge on Kingfisher last season in the State Tournament after a 20-5 record, but COVID-19 derailed those hopes and dreams. This year, Heritage Hall will get another chance at it with their senior, Trey AlexanderTreyAlexander6'4" | SGOklahoma City Heritage | 2021State#55NationOK leading the way.

The Chargers lost two big seniors from last season; Jack SpanierJackSpanier5'10" | PGHeritage Hall | 2020StateOK and Kenneth Daughty, who seemed to be the emotional leaders of the team.

The question is, how easily will guys like Alexander, senior Miles Perry, and junior Joe Washington step into that leadership role for the Chargers? That is to be determined.

Alexander has led the Chargers on the court for three seasons now. This will be the first time that he’s the undisputed vocal leader of the Chargers on and off the floor. Miles Perry is another senior that head coach Chris Hamilton will depend on to contribute and lead this Charger team, as well as junior dual-sport athlete Joe Washington.

Additionally, sophomores Sebastian PerrySebastianPerry6'1" | PGHeritage Hall | 2023StateOK, CJ SmithCJSmith6'2" | SGHeritage Hall | 2023StateOK, and Orie WalkerOrieWalker6'2" | SGHeritage Hall | 2023StateOK will each play major roles for the Chargers.

Will Heritage Hall win the gold ball this season? That’s hard to

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