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2017-18 Spring Valley Boys Basketball Capsule

SPRING VALLEY

Head coach: Paul Blair, second season

2016-17 record: 5-22 (1-11 Southwest, sixth)

Returning starters: Two

Top players: G/F Jahlani Blair (Jr.), G/F Keelan Wickersham (Sr.), G/F Anthony Dodson (Sr.), G/F James Webster (So.)

Outlook: The Grizzlies return two starters as they hope to show improvement from last year.

We are a determined team to get our respect in the valley,” Blair said. “We are a motivated, energized, athletic bunch trying to make our way. We have a few new additions to our program, with the expectation of having an above-.500 record.

“Our coaching staff is anxious to see how this season turns out for our hard working student-athletes.”

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