Meade Mustangs 1990-91

Anne Arundel County Hoops At A Glance

December 05, 1990

Head coach: Butch Young (14th season)

Assistants: James Meade and Trey Jenkins

1989-1990 record: 12-11, lost to Old Mill in region quarterfinals.

Returnees: Seniors Ron Hubbard (forward), David Deck (guard), Ray Sommerville (guard), Jason Thomas (guard), Chris Botulinski (forward), Steve Mackey (forward) and Lance Taylor (forward).

Newcomers: Juniors Brian Parker (forward) and Louis Morales (forward).

Coach's outlook: "We have a good bit of experience, but we're not very quick. Last year, we had decent size, but we just about went the whole year without scoring a fast-break basket. In the last couple of years, we just haven't had that player to step up. You like to have more than just one of those types. This year, we do have some guys who are willing to step up and take that (crucial) shot. We need to improve on our rebounding, too. The only rebounds we grabbed last year we're the ones that came right to us.

This year, we just don't have that animal-type rebounder."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Young says the Mustangs still are suffering the "Corey Wallace Blues," stating that his team hasn't been able to find a go-to type player since the Allegany Community College star graduated in 1989. Even with the graduation of Ray Osborne (Anne Arundel Community College), Meade still may have enough horses inside to stay competitive in the county 4A race. Providing the Mustangs stay healthy, look for them to take their usual spot in the playoffs.

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