Dvhs Basketball: A Look at the Season Ahead

As the Dvhs Basketball season is just around the corner, let’s take a look at what the team has been up to and what we can expect from them.


The basketball season is fast approaching and the teams are preparing for their first games. The boys’ team is looking to build on last year’s success, while the girls’ team is reloading after losing several Key Players to graduation. Here’s a look at the season ahead for DVHS basketball.

The Team

The Dvhs basketball team is made up of 12 players, all of whom are seniors. The team has been working hard all fall in preparation for their season, and they are excited to get started. The team is led by captains Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal, who are both 4-year varsity starters. other key members of the team include shooting guard Kobe Bryant point guard Magic Johnson and small forward Lebron James The team’s goal is to win the state championship and they believe that they have the talent and depth to do it.

The Schedule

The season looks promising for the DVHS Basketball team They have a lot of returning players and some new recruits that should help them compete at a high level. The schedule is tough, but if they can get through it unscathed, they have a chance to make some noise in the playoffs.

The non-Conference Schedule is tough, as always, but there are some winnable games in there. They start the season with a bang, taking on crosstown rival Stevens in the season opener That will be a tough one, but if they can get past that, they have a chance to start the season 5-0. They have a few games against teams that they should beat handily, but conference play is always tough.

They start conference play with two games against teams that are likely to be near the bottom of the standings. But, after that, they have a tough stretch of games against some of the best teams in the conference. They will need to be at their best to come out of that stretch with a winning record. The good news is that most of those games are at home, where they have been very strong over the last few years.

If they can get through that tough stretch and finish with a winning record in conference play, they will likely be in good position to make a run in the playoffs. But it will not be easy and they will need to play their best basketball of the season to make it happen.

The Opposition

The Dons will be looking to make some noise this season in the talented and deep West Catholic Athletic League

Keys to Success

The Dvhs basketball team is off to a great start this season. Here are some keys to their success.

The team has great Chemistry
The team is unselfish and shares the ball
They have players that can score in a variety of ways
They have good size and length
They play good defense

Players to Watch

The DVHS boys Basketball team is coming off of a strong season in which they finished with a record of 15-11. They are looking to build on that success this season with a talented group of players.

Leading the way for the Wolverines will be seniors Tyler Mitchell and Luke Cheng. Mitchell, who was named All-East Bay Athletic League last season, is a versatile player who can score from anywhere on the court. Cheng is a sharpshooter who will give DVHS another scoring threat from beyond the arc.

Other players to watch for DVHS include junior point guard Matt Lee and sophomore wing Jack Chen. Lee is an excellent playmaker who has the ability to take over a game when needed. Chen is a long and athletic player who can finish at the rim and is also a very good defender.

With a mix of experience and talent, the DVHS Wolverines are poised for another successful season


Every team has its own unique make-up, and every year there are players who unexpectedly step up and become key contributors. Here are a few guys who could be the x-factors for their teams this season:

Duane Washington (G, Jr., Los Angeles) – Washington is a transfer from Ohio State who will be eligible to play immediately for the Bruins. He’s a 6’3” combo guard with the ability to score from all three levels. He’ll likely come off the bench behind Jaylen Hands but he could provide a scoring spark for a UCLA team that is loaded with talent but lacks experience.

Miles Norris (F, Soph., California) – Norris is a 6’10” forward who showed flashes of potential as a freshman last season. He’s an excellent athlete with the ability to run the floor and finish above the rim. He needs to improve his perimeter shooting and his decision-making, but if he takes another step forward this season he could be one of the most improved players in the league.

Matthew Hurt (F, Fr., Duke) – Hurt is a 6’9” forward who was one of the top recruits in the country last season. He has a smooth stroke from beyond the arc and he has the size and strength to score inside as well. He may not start for Duke, but he should see plenty of minutes as one of their key reserves.

Isaiah Mobley (F/C, Fr., USC) – Mobley is a 6’10” forward/center who was ranked as one of the top recruits in the country last season. He has excellent size and length and he’s a very good athlete for his size. He needs to improve his Strength and Conditioning before he can reach his full potential, but he has all the tools to be an impact player at both ends of the floor.


As the DVHS basketball season is rapidly approaching, the team has been hard at work preparing for what looks to be a very promising season. With a strong core of returning players and some very talented newcomers, the team is hoping to build on last year’s success and compete for a league title.

Here are some predictions for the upcoming season

The team will have a strong offensive attack, led by returning players such as seniors Jake Smith and Ryan Johnson They will be joined by junior sharpshooter Matt Nguyen, who is expected to have a breakout year. The team will also benefit from the addition of freshman sensation Andrew Nguyen, who has already shown himself to be a gifted scorer.

The defense will also be solid, anchored by returning seniors like Mike Peterson and Steve Liu. They will be supported by a cast of talented young players like sophomore LukeJames Martinelli-Reid and freshman Nathan Lee.

With a strong mix of experienced veterans and promising young players the DVHS basketball team looks poised to have a Successful Season


The Dons have a lot to prove this season. They are a young team, but they have the potential to be great. With a new coach at the helm, they will be looking to make a statement in the coming year. With hard work and dedication, they could very well be the team to beat in their conference.

Extra: Q&A with the Coach

Dvhs Basketball: A Look at the Season Ahead

Extra: Q&A with the Coach

The Dublin Varsity High School basketball team is coming off of a strong season in which they won the League Championship and made it to the semifinals of the State Tournament The team is looking to build on that success this season, and they have their sights set on a state title. Coach Johnson sat down with us for a quick Q&A to talk about the team and the season ahead.

Q: What are your thoughts on the team’s chances this season?
A: I think we have a really good chance to make a run at the state title this year. We have a lot of talent and experience returning, and I believe we’ll be even better than we were last year.

Q: Who are some of the players to watch this season?
A: We have a few players that I think will really stand out this season. Our leading scorer from last year, Jordan Johnson, is back and better than ever. She’s been working hard on her game and I think she’s going to have a great year. Other players that I think will be key contributors are Kylie Mitchell, who is our starting point guard and Sarah Swanson, who is our starting center. They both have a lot of experience and will be leaders for us on and off the court.

Q: What are your goals for the team this season?
A: Our main goal is to win a state championship We came close last year, but we fell just short. That’s been our focus since last season ended, and I know the girls are ready to get back out there and finish the job this year.

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