Sean Arnold
Bronson point guard Blake Homan dishes out a pass against Bell.
Inexperienced Eagles strive for better chemistry

Edit: This story misreported Bronson’s record in the Dec. 14 edition of the Citizen.


Bronson head basketball coach Kenny Thomas can’t stand selfish play.

He understands that for most teams, and especially his current Eagle squad, the sum truly is greater than the parts.

With a host of new varsity players feeling one another out, Thomas is putting the emphasis on better communication and team play at this early stage of the season. It’s a scenario that’s familiar to the young Chiefland team as well.

A handful of seniors regularly saw action for BMHS last season.

“We’ve got a lot of guys coming up from JV last year, kind of getting familiar with each other, starting to play together better,” the Eagle boys’ coach said. “Our problem was we’re not used to each other. They’re not in sync together yet, knowing what to expect from the other person.



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