Duluth East Greyhounds hungry to tip-off season
On Tuesday the Duluth East boy’s basketball team entered the gym for their second week of practice ahead of their 2022-2023 campaign.
The Greyhounds are coming off a 15-13 record a season ago, finishing in the Section 7AAAA semifinals.
That has left this year’s senior class, who saw the program make a state tournament run as sophomores, hungry for the next step.
“I’m really happy with our spread across the board,” senior center Rocco Paulson shared. “We got big men, we got point guards, we got wings. I don’t think we’ll ever be tired, we’ve got good guys to sub us in and out.”
“I think we have to focus on being as good as we possibly can be,” head coach Rhett McDonald added. “Achieving a sense of synergy, which I didn’t think we really had last year. Where all of our collective talents will allow us to reach these heights that we want to get to.”
The Greyhounds tip-off on their season Tuesday, December 6 at 7 p.m. hosting Cloquet.