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City's Jalen Yates, left, and Nick Tates, right, guard Poly's Demetrius Mims during a Division 1 game on the Engineers' home court, on Feb. 3, 2016.
City's Jalen Yates, left, and Nick Tates, right, guard Poly's Demetrius Mims during a Division 1 game on the Engineers' home court, on Feb. 3, 2016. (Nicole Martyn / Baltimore Sun)

Here’s a look at the 2018-2019 boys basketball season by the numbers.

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Players that City has returning from last year’s varsity team. Senior guard Jalen Yates is the lone returnee for the No. 14 Knights, who bring in seven transfers and two freshmen along with JV call-ups.

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Metro area teams — Perry Hall (4A), Poly (3A), Lake Clifton (2A) and Dunbar (1A) — that won MPSSAA state championships last season. It was the second time the area completed a sweep since the MPSSAA went to four classifications in 1961, with 2015 being the first.

Here are the players to watch in high school boys basketball.

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Wins posted by No. 1 St. Frances last season, which set a new program mark. The Panthers’ previous mark was 34 in the 2012-2013 season.

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