Arundel Wildcats 1990-91

Anne Arundel County Hoops At A Glance

December 05, 1990

Head coach: Gerald Moore (second season)

Assistants: Al Pindell and Chet Lipton

1989-1990 record: 6-16.

Returnees: Seniors Tony Watson (guard), Eric Huntz (guard) and Larry Dobson (forward); juniors Trevelin Queen (forward), Graham Nemie (forward), Desi Lomax (forward) and Craig Dorsey (guard).

Newcomers: Juniors Greg Proctor (guard), Matt Simms (guard), Jesse James (forward) and Eric Funk (forward).

Coach's outlook: "We don't really have any real weaknesses. We're average all around. I think we have a little more team speed than last year and our strength will be the returning nucleus of juniors that we have coming back. So far, we've been making a lot mistakes in practice, but they're mistakes that can be corrected. We'll be in a lot of games this year. Last year, we didn't play as hard as we could in some games. If we can work a little bit harder, we will be able to compete with almost anyone. Our ultimate goal this year is to win 12 games, which should put us in the playoffs. Anything can happen after that."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: The Wildcats seem to have the players and the depth necessary to carve out a .500 season. Trevelin Queen (13 points and 8.2 rebounds) returns as the leading scorer and rebounder. Matt Simms, a transfer from Gonzaga High in Washington, joins Arundel as a solid backcourt partner to Tony Watson. While the Wildcats may be a thorn in the side of many, they may be just a year away from making the playoffs.

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