Struthers lost their top three scorers from a year ago.
The Blue Jays went from a team who didn’t win a game in 2016-17 to a 6-win club.
Junior Justin Sweeney saw his scoring average increase by 15-points last year.
Leetonia’s lone starter returning is their leading scorer, Roman Ferry (10.0 ppg).
East Palestine lost eight of their last nine a year ago.
United returns two scorers who averaged double-figures a year ago (Kaden Smith & Dakota Hill).
Last year’s improbable run to the District Finals highlighted Southern’s 2016-17 season.
Western Reserve saw an increase in scoring by 13 points per game last year.
Senior Jared Wilson had made 62 three-pointers over the last two years.
Last year, the Greyhounds won 19 games and won their first ever District 10 championship.
Braedon Poole and Zach Rasile return to one of the area’s most potent offenses.
Brandon Walters is back as the Tigers’ leading returning scorer and rebounder.
Lots of experience returns for coach Batt as the Trojans seek another deep run in the post-season.
The Rockets return three players who averaged 10-points or better.
Coach Steven Hughes begins his second season as the Rams’ head coach.
Last year, the Big Reds saw their 5-year Region championship run end.
Zach Tinkey is back after averaging 12 points per game last season.
Poland begins the 2017-18 campaign with a matchup against Liberty.
Coach Jamie Entrikin has won 158 games for a winning percentage of 65.6%/.
Mercer welcomes back 5 letter winners who all started at times last season.
Lakeview’s last winning season was in 2011-12 (11-10).
Marcus Hooker put together a 14-point, 9-rebound average as a junior.