Posted On: 02/14/21 5:27 PM

The favorite: Playing in a tough conference and competing closely with Monticello for a conference championship is no small accomplishment and Camanche did just that, only losing to the Panthers by a combined 7 points in two meetings. They are paced by leading scorer, and athletic Senior Jordan LawrenceJordanLawrence5'10" | PGCamanche | 2021StateIA who averaged 14.6 points per game, but have a very balanced attack with 6 of their top scorers averaging 6 points or more per game. The Indians pose good size as they have 6’5, multi-faceted scorer, Junior Zach ErwinZachErwin6'4" | SFCamanche | 2022StateIA (13.9), and 6’4 Senior Zayne FellerZayneFeller6'3" | PFCamanche | 2021StateIA (10.8) anchoring the inside. 

The biggest threat: Mid-Prairie has played Camanche back in late January, and lost by 15 points. What the Golden Hawks do possess is a consistent scoring threat in Junior Carter Harmsen (18.0), who can score at all three levels and has good size at 6’4 that allows him more of an advantage to score even when he’s covered. The lefty has a nice looking shooting stroke and is capable of getting his team by a touch Camanche team. Junior Jackson

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