Posted On: 08/24/21 6:55 PM

For the past two years, the Dayton City League has struggled to compete after being one of the area’s best leagues for years. 2021-22 will be a new leaf for the league as the talent is finally back. In the piece today, I will look at some predictions for the DCL for the upcoming high school season and some of the talent specifically returning.

1- Dunbar should win the League again

The Wolverines arguably have the deepest roster in the City League and should allow them to again win a title. The junior class is loaded with  Antaune Allen Antaune Allen 6'2" | SG Dunbar | 2023 State OH , twin brother  Antone Allen Antone Allen 6'4" | SF Dunbar | 2023 State OH , and PG Randy Latham. This offseason they added former Troy wing Hollis Terrell to an already solid group back. Tony Dixon knows how to coach these guys and they will be ready for another run.

2- The City League is back

After a few years of struggling, the City League finally looks to be competitive in Dayton. As you saw in #1, Dunbar has a ton of talent they will depend on. Meadowdale and Ponitz return their top 4 guys each. Stivers and Thurgood Marshall should be competitive even if they don’t dominate within the City League.

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