bd11
Don't know to much about the L10 teams this year... so just wondering what some of the teams are looking like?

Wisco- The definite favorite

Beaver Dam- should be improved, but i'm not sure how they will fare in the win column

Watertown- lost a bunch of talent


That's about all I know..




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natejames_old
Wisco's got to be the favorite again this year. They've had a pretty amazing run. It's been a long, long time since anyone's run off three straight conference titles in the Little Ten, and they've got a shot to win four in a row, which I don't know that anyone's done before, except maybe way back in the peach basket days.

As far as other teams go, I don't really know. Slinger lost a ton. Watertown lost some key pieces. West will keep games close by holding the score down in the 30s. Beaver Dam ought to win a game this year, but probably not a lot of them. Oconomowoc seems like they have some talent, but who knows if it will come together or not (stop me if you've heard people say that about Cooney before--in any sport). I don't really know anything about East, or Hartford either--it seems like they've had problems with people quitting out at Hartford (or was it just that one year and my memory is off?). And Wisco is far from a sure thing. Flavien is back, but they have some other holes to fill. So it should be another interesting season.
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twoseamer
1. Oconomowoc - return almost everybody, and played the best team offense of any WLT team last year. Have good athletes who play hard for 32 minutes.
2. Wisco - still should be at the top this year, but could make a run at the conference title if Flavian starts to be a team leader, control his emotions, and get a complete game. This will be new coach Jason Walz's biggest challenge, because they always seem to have material.
3. WB West - lose three starters and will have to replace outside shooting, but their top four guys can slash and score and they will play great D as usual. Woods will have to take team on shoulders and become more agressive. They may not be able to be as consistent throughout the conference season due to lack of depth.
4. Hartford - because the bottom four teams will be weak, Hartford should finish in the top half of the conference.
5. Watertown - lost Lauersdorf, Archambeau, and Mitchell, so Smith will have his work cut out for him.
6. WB East - last year had a ton of seniors, but weren't able to get it together. This program will have to find a way to overcome its discipline problems, lack of experience, and find scorers to replace last years seniors.
7. Beaver Dam - will be a tough year for them, but won't finish in the cellar.
8. Slinger - lost an extremely talented class last year, and will have to start to rebuild.
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rhino62
twoseamer wrote:


1. Oconomowoc - return almost everybody, and played the best team offense of any WLT team last year.? Have good athletes who play hard for 32 minutes.
2. Wisco - still should be at the top this year, but could make a run at the conference title if Flavian starts to be a team leader, control his emotions, and get a complete game.? This will be new coach Jason Walz's biggest challenge, because they always seem to have material.
3. WB West - lose three starters and will have to replace outside shooting, but their top four guys can slash and score and they will play great D as usual.? Woods will have to take team on shoulders and become more agressive.? They may not be able to be as consistent throughout the conference season due to lack of depth.
4. Hartford - because the bottom four teams will be weak, Hartford should finish in the top half of the conference.
5. Watertown - lost Lauersdorf, Archambeau, and Mitchell, so Smith will have his work cut out for him.
6. WB East - last year had a ton of seniors, but weren't able to get it together.? This program will have to find a way to overcome its discipline problems, lack of experience, and find scorers to replace last years seniors.
7. Beaver Dam - will be a tough year for them, but won't finish in the cellar.
8. Slinger - lost an extremely talented class last year, and will have to start to rebuild.

ryan
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twoseamer
rhino62 wrote:


twoseamer wrote:


1. Oconomowoc - return almost everybody, and played the best team offense of any WLT team last year. Have good athletes who play hard for 32 minutes.
2. Wisco - still should be at the top this year, but could make a run at the conference title if Flavian starts to be a team leader, control his emotions, and get a complete game. This will be new coach Jason Walz's biggest challenge, because they always seem to have material.
3. WB West - lose three starters and will have to replace outside shooting, but their top four guys can slash and score and they will play great D as usual. Woods will have to take team on shoulders and become more agressive. They may not be able to be as consistent throughout the conference season due to lack of depth.
4. Hartford - because the bottom four teams will be weak, Hartford should finish in the top half of the conference.
5. Watertown - lost Lauersdorf, Archambeau, and Mitchell, so Smith will have his work cut out for him.
6. WB East - last year had a ton of seniors, but weren't able to get it together. This program will have to find a way to overcome its discipline problems, lack of experience, and find scorers to replace last years seniors.
7. Beaver Dam - will be a tough year for them, but won't finish in the cellar.
8. Slinger - lost an extremely talented class last year, and will have to start to rebuild.

ryan

oops - Jason's at KML - Sorry Ryan
If two men think alike on everything, rest assured only one of them is doing the thinking - LBJ
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