Posted On: 12/15/20 6:34 AM

We’re almost to 2021 and there’s still no concrete answer on whether or not there will be a high school season in Baltimore. A handful of meetings have taken place with plenty of target dates discussed, but the fact of the matter is no one knows how quickly students will be able to return to school for in-person learning and that will be a determining factor for officially getting started.

Still, we want to preview the different leagues as if there will be a season within the next few months. We’ll start with the MIAA Black Division. 

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Can Gilman repeat as champions?

-Gilman surged through the back half of their schedule in conference play to eventually be crowned the top seed in the Black Division heading into the postseason. They lost key contributors to graduation, but return junior point guard Christian WinborneChristianWinborne6'2" | PGGilman | 2022State#137NationMD, who has a real argument as being one of, if not the, top player in Baltimore. The progression of 2022 Jalen MarshallJalenMarshall6'0" | PGGilman | 2022StateMD helps relieve some pressure from Winborne in the backcourt and others such as 2021 Matt CooperMattCooper6'1" | CGGilman | 2021MD and 2021 Malik MissouriMalikMissouri6'5" | PFGilman | 2021StateMD bring production from the wing

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