For the second straight event, the Carolina Warriors find themselves making the title game by working hard and playing to their strengths. In many ways, Seth Aeschliman is the main leader of this team, given his clear versatility and ability to operate within various different roles. Oliver O’Brien and Nick Shryock keep things working smooth in the backcourt, both able to apply scoring pressure or make plays for others. Miles Bell and Calen Riehl also made a ton of contributions throughout the weekend. This program does such a great job of turning their defense into offense and making smart, efficient decisions in transition. They had little to no problem securing the title trophy and should be a squad for college coaches to keep an eye on going forward.
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