Southview is the 4th team.The Rossford guys look like they worked hard to improve their strength. That was much needed after watching them back down from physical play last year. They have a shot at getting out of the district with Neal leaving Rogers. Upping the non-league schedule was a good move. This will be a fun group to watch.
Not sure who they play the 1st game in their holiday tournament, but will play Clyde or Stritch in the 2nd game.
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Rossford will be deeper and shoot it better. Gaston and Croom were mismatches for the rest of the league, though, in a way that I'm not sure can be replicated. At 10 or 11 deep, I wouldn't be surprised if they try to run and press teams out of the gym.Rossford brings a lot from this years squad. But, they will certainly miss what Gaston and Croom did. Hard to replace those guys, but the cupboard isn't dry by any means. A healthy Vorst next year goes a long way and the younger Borovich should be solid at point guard. Morrison and older Borovich can handle it as well if needed.
Eastwood brings back a lot. They should be tough. I would think they can compete with Rossford next year. Maybe not beat them, but definitely put up a fight.
Elmwood will also be solid with Reynolds and Lentz returning.
Otsego...Jim Bostdorff hanging it up after 16 years at the helm. Who's taking that over? Dzwiera is back along with some other role guys.
Lake, Genoa, Woodmore, Fostoria all fighting it out again 5-8.
They have 6 guys coming back who played solid minutes. I didn't see their JV team, do they have 4-5 guys coming up to get them to that 10-11 deep? I think finding 2 guys to get them to an 8 man rotation vs good teams is more likely. In the NBC they can play 15 guys and still win.Rossford will be deeper and shoot it better. Gaston and Croom were mismatches for the rest of the league, though, in a way that I'm not sure can be replicated. At 10 or 11 deep, I wouldn't be surprised if they try to run and press teams out of the gym.