Creston boys return with experience
With everyone returning from a 9-13 team that finished tied for fifth in the Hawkeye 10 Conference a year ago, Creston head boys basketball coach Billy Hiatt expects his second season as coach to be more successful.
“We return everybody back. It should be a little better year this year,” Hiatt said. “It was my first year last year, so guys were kind of feeling me out a little bit. I was feeling them out. We should have a little more success this year just because the system isn’t new to them this year.”
The Panthers lost five games by six points or less last season, including a double overtime loss to Adel-DeSoto-Minburn at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.
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