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Prep boys basketball preview: Bombers hope to overcome inexperience at varsity level

Junior Hayden Charboneau is the lone returning starter from last season's team that finished second in the Section 5A tournament.

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Head coach: Richard Newman

Assistant coaches: Brandon Newman, Dave Duesler and Hunter Fetters/

Returning starters: Hayden Charboneau/

New Faces: Layne Wickstrom, Carlos Beckstrand and Ryan Manahan/

Team Strengths: "Strengths and team identity are yet to be determined with such an inexperienced team," coach Richard Newman said.

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Biggest Challenge: "Our biggest challenges will be scoring the basketball and mental toughness," Newman said.

Goals and expectations: "Our goal is to be competitive come tournament time," Newman said. "Also we must become real good defenders to be successful this season."

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