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Chris Packer and the Davis Falcons were the biggest surprise team in District 14-6A last season, going 11-3 and finishing second.
The Falcons knocked off Conroe in their Bi-District playoff game before falling in a heartbreaker, 41-40, to Cypress Springs.
It was a senior-laden team, so Packer says goodbye to Offensive MVP Dylan Mackey and first-teamers Isaiah Harrell, Arnold McGowan and Reggie Smith.
So, who will lead the way in 2021-22?
He turns over the leadership baton to forward Cornelius Bibbs, who was an honorable-mention selection last year.
Donald Johnson Jr. is another senior who will be relied upon more to pick up the slack. Deadric Fikes, Les'Mion Lewis and Jeffery Moore will also play bigger roles.
"Everyone has a storyline in our district and ours is, who steps up and how do we develop toughness as a team?" Packer said.
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The Davis Falcons snuck into the playoffs last season but fell to the Oak Ridge War Eagles in the first round.
Coach Stephanie Smith welcomes back a balanced lineup.
Sophomore Deyjah Ray will run the point after a solid freshman season. Ray can distribute with the best in the district and has the respect of her squad.
She will be joined by second-team, all-district selection Za'Myah Marshall in the backcourt, who will be relied upon for more scoring as a senior.
Honorable mention Khyla Baker and Ja'Taya Thomas will play on the wing and will need to get out on the break for easy buckets. In the post will be Anaya Watts, who could be a force in 2021-22.
Davis will be in the conversation for a postseason spot but will need to win some games against MacArthur and Nimitz to do so.