The Sea-King 3A District tournament is going to be fun. Really fun. And intense. The talent will include Division I prospects heading to major programs like Washington and mid-majors (Boston University, etc.). Of course, most of that comes from the Metro League — widely regarded as the best in the state — but don’t count out Bellevue.
The Wolverines return a majority of last year’s state tournament team and have an extremely talented starting five: Kyle Foreman, Sharif Khan, Zach Moore, Mikey Henn and Gunther Klimes.
“Extra year’s has been huge,” Klimes said. “We’ve been playing together for so long now. We did lose leadership with Timmy [Haehl], Dylan [Foreman] and Jack [Walton], to kind of get us going, but Kyle and I need to step up this year with the leadership, and I think that’s going to be our biggest thing.”
In last night’s 95-49 win over Lake Washington, Bellevue’s starting five scored a combined 75 points. The question is, can the Wolverines
“We’ve got a long ways to go, which makes it exciting because I think we can get a whole lot better, to be honest with you,” coach Chris O’Connor said. “Even though we have a team that has experience and is a veteran club, I just think we can get a whole lot better still.”