Posted On: 02/9/21 6:31 AM

AAANNNNDDD WE’RE BACK! It’s been a long and confusing road in 2020-21, but we’ve finally managed to get some sort of high school basketball season in Baltimore this winter. Over the weekend the MIAA released it’s schedule for games that will run from February 17 through March 17. Each team will play 11-to-13 games. With an uneven total number of teams, some weeks there will be programs who will have a "bye." After the first week of games that start on a February 17, games will run every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Now that we know the season is happening, we can officially get into some preview content and monitor it as it progresses. 

St. Frances has the upper hand

St. Frances enters this season with an advantage given the fact that they’ve been playing in national events for the past couple of months. The biggest issue that teams will face is getting into game shape. That won’t be the case for the Panthers. Oh yeah, and they’re also really, really good. That helps too. Maryland commit Julian Reese Julian Reese 6'8" | C St. Frances | 2021 State #109 Nation MD has been productive this winter on both ends and has showcased a more versatile approach to the

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