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Expectations High for DCS Boy's Basketball

Following a 24-5 season and a 4th place finish in Class D1, the Dundy County Stratton Tigers have their sites set high once again. Entering his 15th season as head coach of the Tigers, Kris Freeland says his group is primed for a big year. "We could have a tremendous year this year, if we work hard on the defensive end to give ourselves a chance to stay in games. We could surprise some people, as we return many experienced players."

One of the top players in the conference returns for the Tigers as Jackson Kerchal, a junior averaged 14 points and seven rebounds. The offense will be ran by Corbin Horner, a senior point guard who averaged six points and four rebounds per game.

The Tigers begin the season on Friday, December 2nd on the road at Arapahoe.

DCS Girl's Looking to Grow and Improve

Following a 1-22 season last year, Dundy County Stratton is looking to build with a young core coming back for the Tigers. Noah Temme, head coach of the Tigers will have some solid players coming back including junior Alyssa Schneider, who was an RPAC West Second Team member last year. DCS will also look to sophomore Laynee Lutz and Bianca Bernard to pace the Tigers too.

The Tigers begin the year on Friday, December 2nd on the road at Arapahoe.

DCS Wrestling information is not available at this time.




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