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Posted On: 11/30/17 8:00 PM

Fact: There are 10 teams in the Tri-Metro Conference, separated into two geographical divisions. Reality: People are only talking about two of them. That's because Holy Angels and DeLaSalle occupy a different part of the stratosphere than the other eight. In the interests of fairness and facts, here's the scoop on all 10 teams in the conference listed by predicted order of finish.

TRI-METRO EAST

1. St. Anthony Village

St. Anthony Village was one of the most surprising teams of the spring, and their impressive rise was sparked by a pair of then-freshmen, Sam Sibbett and Anica Thomas. Sibbett is a gifted guard who plays the game with a certain flair that just gives you the sense she knows what she's doing. Thomas is a natural scorer who can take advantage of you in many different ways. Those two will again carry the bulk of the load. The ace in the hole for the Huskies this season might just be Monique Walker. St. Anthony coach MJ Hadler says that the 5'10" freshman is a big, strong forward who also runs the 200 in track. Size and speed is generally a pretty good combo, one that could bode well for the

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