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Winters, Greenwood and Rohosy look to lead Marin Catholic

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Last season, Marin Catholic’s boys basketball team went 23-9 overall and 15-1 in league play. That team only had three seniors on it, so this year the Wildcats are getting a lot of their firepower back. Head coach Mike Saia believes everyone on his team will perform above expectations, but a couple players in particular are expected to really stand out.

The first is junior shooting guard Kyle Winters. Winters is 6’3” and weighs in at about 170 pounds. Last season, as a sophomore, he led the team in scoring at 13.5 points per game.

“[Winters] is one of the guys that really fine tuned his craft since last March,” Saia said. “In terms of him doing his individual workouts, improving his skill set and his strength and conditioning, he has really been dedicated.”

Another standout player is senior Nick Greenwood. He stands at 5’7” and averaged about 10 points per game last season. Greenwood has committed to George Fox University and will be seen playing there next season.

Saia also expects a big year from senior forward AJ Rohosy. Rohosy is 6’7” and weighs about 180 pounds. Last season, he was the team’s third leading scorer with 11.5 points per game. He also added about seven rebounds per game. Rohosy has been getting collegiate interest, and Saia is sure he will be a great addition to any collegiate program.

“He is going to have options, but he is prepared to see how this season goes,” Saia said. “ He is going to be a late signing for someone and they are going to get one heck of a player.”

Needless to say Saia and all of the Wildcats are excited to showcase their skills this season. Their season will begin on April 19.

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