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2016-17 Mountain View Boys Basketball Capsule Preview


Head coach: Raymond LeBoeuf, 22nd season

2015-16 record: 20-9 (13-3 Division III Southern, second)

Returning lettermen (starters): Two (two)

Top players: G Terrence Brooks (Jr.), G Tyrell Brooks (Jr.)

Outlook: After advancing to the Division III state tournament last year, the Saints return just two starters in Terrence Brooks (11.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists per game) and Tyrell Brooks (11.3 pg, 6.4 rpg).

“The success of our season hinges upon the development of the young, inexperienced players on our club,” LeBoeuf said. “They have been working hard, and we have high hopes that they will provide solid support for the continued growth of Terrence and Tyrell”

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