Posted On: 11/2/21 2:30 PM

The Teams

Clarksville (0-20): The Indians were winless last season, but bring back seven of their top eight scorers, so while they probably won’t add many "W"s to that column, they should be a bit more competitive this season. Junior forward Jacob Stauffer (9.2) and sophomore guard Eli Schmidt (9.2) are the leading returning scorers. Stauffer blocked 2.4 shots a game, so he provides some rim protection, and Schmidt will pair with senior Alek Kellogg (4.0) to give them an experienced backcourt. Clarksville turned the ball over 25 times a game last season, and that number needs to drastically improve. 

Don Bosco (4-16): With a largely new roster taking the court last season, the Dons predictably struggled, but they should be improved this season. Junior guard Ty Purdy (10.0) was the team’s second-leading scorer last season and is the top returnee. He’ll pair with Ryan Naughton (7.0) to give them a solid backcourt that dished out 6.9 assists a game last season. Senior forwards Jack Purdy (7.9) and Ryan McFadden (5.1) combined to average 11.2 rebounds a game and return to anchor the painted area. If the Dons can cut down on the turnovers a bit (18.3 a game last

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