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2020-21 Saegertown Boys’ Basketball Preview Powered by Potter County Family Campground


Saegertown Panthers


Head coach: Chris Greco

2019-20 Record: 8-15

Top returning players: Max Fuller-Senior Guard 12 ppg scorer—-very athletic and 3 year starter; Logan Ingram-Senior Forward 8 ppg and inside-outside player—good defender and 2 year starter; Isaac Johnson-Junior PG (leader and great ball handler)—handles pressure well, good at seeing floor–2 year starter; Jaden Wilkins-Junior Center (leading rebounder and potential double-double every night) 10+ points and 10+ rebounds—very energetic and focused—2 year starter (wants every rebound); Brady Greco-Sophomore Guard 12 ppg last year–above average shooter, sees the floor well, good passer-looking to be more of a leader—2 year starter

Key newcomers: Henry Shaffer-sophomore (guard/forward)–plays numerous positions;; Zach Balog-junior (forward/guard)–good shooter; Zach Yoder-sophomore (guard/forward)—fast and athletic; Collin Jones-freshman PG (back-up)—good distributor; Anthony Hernandez-junior (guard)—hustler; Sully Zirkle-sophomore (forward)***injured-due to return soon


Keys to the season: Play good defense, be patient on offense, feed off of each other, trust your teammates. We have team defensive goals and will try to achieve them nightly. Play 4 quarters with high energy

Things your team was doing during the COVID-19 pause of winter sports: We have been doing things right since the fall.  We have been following protocols, keeping players away from the team that have been even slightly ill, we also wear masks in and out of practice. The players want the season so badly after missing so much last spring and this summer.  They have a renewed energy and enthusiasm that was missing in the past. Lastly, when we are not together we share game film and game plans for future opponents.  It has been a challenge, but all schools are facing similar challenges—-I just know in my mind that we are doing the right thing by following the orders demanded by the state and school district, even if others are not following mitigation orders.


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