Posted On: 10/26/20 12:23 PM

Mullen has been churning out victories in recent seasons.

Now, the Mustangs appear to be producing the college recruits.

In 2018-19, they won Colorado’s Class 4A championship, their fifth, with all underclassmen as starters and a couple of seniors landing scholarships to modest programs.

The past season, Mullen advanced to a second consecutive final only to have it cancelled because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). And there were no seniors on the roster.

As for 2020-21, the Mustangs will enter (the season is scheduled to begin in January) with seven seniors and two of them have commitments to in-state schools.

Point guard Megan PohsMeganPohs5'3" | PGMullen | 2021StateCO, a three-time all-Centennial League choice as well as a two-time all-stater, may be the best returning player in Class 4A. She pledged to Regis. And Alexa DominguezAlexaDominguez5'8" | SFMullen | 2021StateCO, the team’s first player off the bench who regularly provides a spark through defense and rebounding, agreed to play at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.

Both players cited opportunities to play close to home and both intend to head into the medical field.

The 5-foot-4 Pohs, a blur of a guard who can break virtually any press, shoot outside and wishes to become a nurse, said

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