24-4 (Mid State League-Buckeye)
Lost in Regional Finals 48-33 to Bishop Ready
Who is Back: Caleb Schmelzer (Sr)- 1st Team All District, Caleb Redding (Sr)- 2nd Team All District
Who is Gone: Ted Harrah, Brennen Rowles
Burning Question: Is there a team in SE Ohio that can compete with the Falcons?
Outlook: Falcons are returning their two best players and again are the favorites out of SE Ohio. With the right matchups, could be a sleeper in the postseason.
15-8 (Twin State League)
Lost in Sectionals 47-30 to Fairfield Union
Who is Back: Alex Kendall (Sr)- Findlay commit- 1st Team All District
Who is Gone: AJ Graham, Isaac Koast
Burning Question: Can Kendall be enough for the Tigers to get out of the Sectional round?
Outlook: Kendall makes a case for District Player of the Year and will have to play at a high level to get Marietta a deep run. A supporting cast will be enough for the Tigers to be a challenger.
14-9 (Scioto Valley Conference)
Lost in Sectionals 59-51 to Marietta
Who is Back: Blake Hoops (Jr)- 2nd Team All District, K.B. Perkins (Jr)- 3rd Team All District, Zeke Schobelock (Sr)
Who is Gone:
Burning Question: Do the Shermans have the experience to compete in the District?
Outlook: Shermans should be improved in the SVC and will be a team to monitor since they bring back much of their production. Sleeper team in SE Ohio.
18-7 (Twin State League)
Lost in Sectionals 83-73 to Washington Court House
Who is Back: Trent Taylor (Sr)- 1st Team All District, Julian Stadelman (Sr)- 2nd Team All District
Who is Gone:
Burning Question: Is the return of Taylor and Stadelman enough to get Warren out of Sectionals?
Outlook: Warren returns their top 2 players from last season and will be looking to improve this season
Washington Court House
20-5 (Frontier Athletic Conference)
Lost in District Semifinals 54-49 to New Lexington
Who is Back: John Wall (Sr)- 2nd Team All District, Isaiah Haithcock (Sr)- 3rd Team All District
Who is Gone: Tanner Lemaster- 1st Team All District
Burning Question: Can the Blue Lions repeat last season’s magical season?
Outlook: Washington CH has plenty of production to depend on and can again be a team to monitor in SE Ohio.