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Jack 06

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I would have to say that Grapeland for what they have coming back should be consideref the favorites.
Tenaha has everthing coming back, so they should be in the mix.
Big Sandy losses a few, but still has a couple of their shooters back.
New Summerfield was young and will be a contender also.
San Augustine losses 4, and replacing Tanner will be difficult, but u can't sleep on them. They gain a couple of scorers from the jv and several 6ft plus kids. They also return Smith, Randle, and 6 th man Jenkins.
West Sabine also returns several starters, but they will lack size.
What r ur oponions on next year?

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With what Grapeland brings back, I think they are the early favorite. They lose two seniors, neither of which were big contributors. I will say that Grapeland needs more consistency behind Walker or else a good team will take them out again late in the playoffs.
Kerens and Tenaha bring back a lot of key players. Both were young teams and very talented. Kerens has a lot of size and has some big game experience.
Big Sandy graduates a few, but their best shooter was a freshman, he will be scary going forward.
Mart had some young players, but graduation will hurt them some.
Martins Mill will become a serious player next year. They were young and got stronger as the year rolled along. I think they will be a silent force in Region III.
I wouldn't sleep on San Augustine either. Graduation is going to hurt them, but they had some young players that were impressive. Jarvis Smith should have a monster year. I was really impressed with him. Jeremy Jenkins, Dezmond Randle, and Jamikel Roberts also got a lot of PT and were pretty solid players.
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