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March 29, 2013

H.S. BASKETBALL: Looking ahead to 2013-14 boys’ basketball

Can Borden, Jeff and Clarksville repeat success?



It will be interesting to see how Drew Ellis, Keenan Williams and Myles Harvey respond to increased roles in 2013-14, but there’s little doubt that the Red Devils are the favorites to win their third consecutive sectional crown.

But New Albany may have something to say about that. The Bulldogs will certainly miss Jermaine Parrish at the point, but Leondre McBirth, Jeff Byrne and Chad Hudson are a talented trio. They could be a sleeper.

Bedford North Lawrence endured one of its worst seasons in the past few years, but the Stars return nearly everyone and have a strong sophomore class. They could be the darkhorse.

In the end, there will be a ton of contenders, but no one should be surprised if its Jeff, Borden, Clarksville and Brownstown playing for regional championships again in 2013-14.


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