One of the most talented returning players from last season, Bomber will play a key role for a Lions squad that will rely more on its perimeter game than last year. Bomber averaged 9.4 points last season.
The Trojans will look to Lintz, who coach Shane Stacy termed a natural leader, even more after losing a number of mentally tough players to graduation. Lintz led Meridian with 13.4 points per game last year.
Omey is one of the few returning players with varsity experience from last year for Sehome, and he was second on the team with 8.7 points per game. He hopes to lead the Mariners back into the playoffs.
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The Pioneers will ask the talented Skillman to serve a number of roles for them this year, both inside and out. He certainly proved that he can score last year, averaging 12.6 points per game.
Stackhouse is the top returning scorer in the Northwest Conference with his 17.2 points per game last year. This season he will be asked to lead a trio of talented Storm sophomores.