Post by edchambers on Oct 27, 2020 10:58:51 GMT -5
The TRAC should be better top to bottom although I doubt that anybody will be quite as good as last year's Lima Senior team.
I agree that St. Francis should be the favorite. Four returning starters (including 6'9" & 6'7") and another kid that played starter's minutes. Will need to be more disciplined than a year ago and some egos will need to be held in check.
Findlay returns 4 starters losing only the point guard. They also return three other kids that played a ton of minutes.
Lima returns one starter plus two other kids that were part of the rotation. 6'6" Naz Cameron has moved back to Lima where he played varsity as a freshman after two years at London (OH). Good jv team last year. Don't know what else Coach Q may have up his sleeve but you know Lima will play hard.
St. John's had only two seniors (one starter and one off the bench who played starter minutes). If all the football players play this year, they'll be solid. Had two really good freshmen guards (Hornbeak as a starter and Greenlee off the bench) last year, but Greenlee has made his way over to Central.
Central has a really good sophomore class and added Greenlee from SJJ and 6'7" Jones from Whitmer. Central is probably a year away.
Clay returns four starters including the two bigs. Depth could be an issue.
Ross played a lot of young kids (freshmen & sophomores)and should be much improved. Not a lot of size at Ross.
Whitmer has a handful of kids that got varsity minutes last year. Not a lot of size either. Coach Stacey will get Whitmer back to contending but not season.
Not sure how much other player "movement" took place during the off-season.
Post by jmorgret07 on Dec 11, 2020 22:24:26 GMT -5
Does anyone have the schedule/times for the Kewpee Classic at Lima Senior on Sunday, December 20th? So far I’ve seen Lima Senior vs, Shelby, Toledo St. Francis vs. Beavercreek, and Ashland vs. Lima Central Catholic.