Originally Posted by bryce75
Lakota needs to find a way to bring some some MAL victories home to their nice new building!
Judging from what I've seen the past couple of years (especially last season) Lakota will not win many games this season. Their first year in the MAL (3 seasons ago) they had what I thought was a pretty good team but won only 1 League game (1-6) after going 3-0 out of conference to start the season, 2 seasons ago 0-7 and then last year 0-7. 1-20 in 3 MAL seasons, not very good for a D-5 school in a D-6 League. With the probable breakup of the MAL after the 2013 season, where will Lakota end up? Maybe the TAAC, or stuck in limbo as a independant. I think that the MAL will not be that strong this season but I doubt that Lakota will be able to take advantage of that. Seneca East returns the most talent but with their history of under achieving someone else will probably win the League. Hopewell Louden, Carey, and Tiffin Calvert all lost a lot from last season. Fremont should be improved, Mohawk probably will be a little better than last year but not yet ready to contend. That leaves Lakota and North Baltimore, NB has some talented kids but are they ready to step up and win some games for a change? we'll see. Because of past history I think that one or two teams out of Carey, Hopewell Louden and Tiffin Calvert will be the ones to step up and challenge Seneca East.