SOUTH RIVER SEAHAWKS 1990-91

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Head coach: Ken Dunn (14th season)

Assistants: Jack Jordan and Toby Coffin

1989-1990 record: 11-12, lost to Thomas Stone in region quarterfinals.

Returnees: Senior Larry Gross (forward); juniors Ed Hicks (forward), Al Lee (guard), John Bolster (guard) and Kevin Collison (guard); sophomores Jason Fulmer (forward) and Damon Hall (center).

Newcomers: Senior Chance Hall (center); juniors Jimmy Wilson (guard), Chris Dudley (center) and Brian Patterson (forward); sophomores Fred Goodson (center), Robert Randall (forward), Gregg Avery (guard) and Clayton Wilson (forward).

Coach's outlook: "We're tall with a lot of talent, but we're also young and lack some varsity experience. And we've lost lots of leadership with Lester Lee and Keith Stone having graduated. The way it's going so far, the effort is outstanding, but everyone's a little inconsistent right now in game situations. We can't set long-term goals until we take care of our short-term goals, which are to take care of the fundamentals."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Lost to graduation are Stone, last year's Anne Arundel County Sun Male Athlete of the Year, and Lee, a versatile swingman. Although Al Lee, Gross and Hicks got plenty of action last season, the rest of the squad is generally lacking in experience. How well the Seahawks do will depend on how quickly the young squad can adjust to the early-season pressure of its tough schedule.

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