Posted On: 11/2/21 8:00 AM

The Teams

Greene County (5-15): The Rams struggled defensively last year, allowing 62.6 points a game, which ranked 84th (out of 96) in 2A. Part of that can certainly be attributed to the more up-tempo style that they like to play, but they’ll need to improve on that end of the floor if they want to be more competitive this year. The good news is that only one player graduated and 92.6% of their scoring production from last year returns, led by a pair of double-figure scorers in Bryce Stalder (15.4) and Richard Daugherty (14.3). They combined to make 91 3-pointers last year, with Daugherty, in particular, showing himself to be a marksman from deep, burying 59 triples at a 40.1% clip last season. Lead ball-handler Max Riley (7.0) returns in the backcourt as well, as does forward Jesse Miller (8.4), an efficient option who led the team in rebounding. Greene County has a lot of experience returning, and they’ll be able to score. The question will be whether or not the defense makes improvements. 

Nevada (11-10): The top four scorers return for Nevada, led by double-figure scorers Colin Memmer (13.4) and Ty Dittmer (11.4), a pair of seniors with

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