The new season is coming up fast. What are your predictions for both conferences? Best players? Best teams?
In the National, I could see any of Brecksville, Hudson, NoRo, Stow, or Twinsburg taking it.Any predictions?
Revere 19-4 11-1 71.6 61.2 Copley 17-5 9-3 69.2 58.9 Tallmadge 13-12 6-6 63.5 61.1 Highland 10-12 6-6 62.9 60.5 Aurora 10-12 5-7 67.7 73.2 Barberton 9-13 5-7 66.2 70.3 Roosevelt 5-17 0-12 49.6 59.4
Brecksville-Broadview Heights 17-5 11-3 58.7 49.7 Twinsburg 16-6 10-4 59.2 51.3 North Royalton 16-6 9-5 57.1 52.8 Stow-Munroe Falls 11-11 8-6 53.0 51.4 Hudson 14-8 7-7 57.4 48.7 Wadsworth 9-12 6-8 49.5 52.3 Nordonia 10-11 5-9 56.8 59.2 Cuyahoga Falls 2-20 0-14 47.0 61.0
I really think that Jack Burdett from Hudson is the best player on this side. He's a 4 year starter with tons of experience; saw him recently- looks to be 6'7 220 or so and I really see him just owning this league this year. I know that he's been instrumental to Hudsons success and I expect him to really have a strong senior season. Haven't heard where he'll be playing in college, but I've heard that he's smart and has optionsIn the National, I could see any of Brecksville, Hudson, NoRo, Stow, or Twinsburg taking it.
Best players up there should be:
Brecksville: Well rounded attack, but Barth and Labas will likely lead in scoring
Hudson: Ganaway, Burdette
Cuyahoga Falls: Tepus
NoRo: Abuhamdeh, Garland
Wadsworth: Tough to say, they graduated a lot, and have a very good young group
He's an excellent player, but Abuhamdeh at NoRo should be the best player in the league. He's an incredible PG, and has been running that team since game 1 of his freshman season.I really think that Jack Burdett from Hudson is the best player on this side. He's a 4 year starter with tons of experience; saw him recently- looks to be 6'7 220 or so and I really see him just owning this league this year. I know that he's been instrumental to Hudsons success and I expect him to really have a strong senior season. Haven't heard where he'll be playing in college, but I've heard that he's smart and has options
I think you have it backwards. It doesn't pickup until the football season ends. In fact, it gradually grows and hits it's peak in late February and early March.
They have their alpha male.
Now the Blue Devils’ task is to get him as much help as possible.
The Tallmadge boys basketball team will have a much different look this season after reaching the Canton Division II district title game last winter.
The Blue Devils finished 13-13 overall after losing to Akron Buchtel in the district final. The Griffins wound up reaching the Final Four. Tallmadge, which started its season 4-8, also finished 6-6 in the Suburban League American Conference.
He has been blessed to have some skyscrapers in recent years.
This season, on the other hand, Dave Close will be able to look at his players eye to eye.
That’s OK for the longtime Stow-Munroe Falls head boys basketball coach, though. For him, change is good.
“The cool thing is that it’s different every year,” Close said. “There’s different kids with different skill sets. That’s what keeps it fresh.”
High-scoring duo to lead Aurora boys basketball this winter
Tempo, tempo and more tempo.
Once again, the Aurora boys basketball team will continue the trend of improving each season as well getting up and down the court in a hurry.
Third-year head coach T.J. Henderson had some graduates from last season’s squad. However, the Greenmen feature a fast-paced offense and 3-point shooting.
Bainbridge is at Kent State. Stow's preview said this:Anyone know how much Stow has coming back? Heading there on Wednesday for Green's season opener. Is Bainbridge still there? Are Stow supporters expecting a big year?