Posted On: 11/23/21 3:23 PM

The Teams

Calamus-Wheatland (11-11): The top four scorers, and six of the top seven, graduated for the Warriors, leaving junior forward Cole VanderHeiden (4.5, 6.4 rebounds) as the lone returnee who saw significant playing time last season. VanderHeiden is a good rebounder on both ends of the floor, and the Warriors have posted double-digit wins seven years in a row, so we expect them to have some talent in the system to fill in the departed gaps, but it could be a little bit of a rough start to the year for this group. Expect to see them in the middle of the division.

Cedar Valley Christian (2-17): The Huskies bring back nearly 95% of their scoring production from last year’s team that got more competitive as the season progressed. Senior forward Levi Telecky (10.8) is the top returning scorer and sophomores Abdisa Ali (8.4) and Gabe Werling (6.3) saw lots of playing time last season as freshmen and will be key pieces for this program for the next three years. Ali led the team in rebounding at 7.3 a night. With the experience back, they should cut down on the turnover issues they had (24.4 a game) a bit,

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