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Biddeford:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:58 am

Biddeford Basketball‏
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Meet the 2017-2018 Varsity boys team. Player profiles can be found at http://www.biddefordboysbasketball.com/ ... 2017-2018/ … and these profiles will also appear in the Season Program which should be available at Friday's home opener vs. Kennebunk at 7pm in Tiger Gym.
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Re: Biddeford:

Postby O Head Man » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:09 am

Wow! 9 coaches. Will they win as many games as they have coaches on their staff?
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Re: Biddeford:

Postby BBOCFAN » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:48 am

Nothing wrong with people showing an interest in program. Biddeford has potential to make some noise in A this year.
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Re: Biddeford:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:20 am

Tigers focused heading into 2017-18 season

...Biddeford is confident heading into 2017, despite losing three key seniors to graduation, as well as All-Conference forward Kyle Norton to injury until midseason.

“Last year we weren’t a team that won a lot of games, but we went in confident and won and that boosts our confidence even more this year. I feel like we can do a lot more than last year,” said DeSean Cromwell. “We got a few people that have filled that void — we’ve got Jerome Criado, Carter, we’ve got Kyle coming back.”

“We have that confidence from last year, but we need to stay focused and mentally sharp as a team,” added Jackson Oloya. “We go out there, get our business done and go home. We need to come together as a team, give 100 percent and go home with a W on opening night.”

Tardif has been pleased in the early going with his team’s maturity, and feels that there will be no shortage in leadership on and off the court.

“We’re going to be in good shape in terms of leadership and players playing hard and being good teammates. That’s one thing that we really stress in this program, being a good teammate during the wins and being a good teammate especially during the losses. We have a lot of character guys that are going to be able to do both,” said Tardif.

http://www.journaltribune.com/news/2017 ... eason.html
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