Conference Preview

Posted On: 08/28/21 9:19 AM

The Three Rivers Conference will make it’s debut in 2021-22 with teams coming from the now defunct Cross County Conference, Metro Buckeye Conference, and Southwestern Buckeye League among others. The conference will have teams in D2 through D4 come tournament time. With so many questions about the new conference, I will spend this article addressing some of my predictions on what to expect this year in the inaugural season.

1- Favorite is too difficult to pick right now

While the conference is new, many of the teams are familiar to us. The problem is determining who is the favorite among several similar teams. Miami East and Troy Christian have a lot of underclassmen talent, but does that replicate towards success in the conference as a whole? Northridge has one of the best scorers in the conference, but not much of a supporting cast around him. Milton-Union has a high octane caliber guard but again the Bulldogs lost quite a bit of their roster from last year. Lehman Catholic and Bethel can’t be slept on either as both have quality talent back.

2- Player of the Year will come down to Brumbaugh or Jacobs

While picking a favorite is more difficult,

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