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Going into the 2012-2013 boys basketball season, it’s no big secret that the Los Alamos Hilltoppers will be on a very steep learning curve.
“It’s going to be a rough year,” Los Alamos head coach Fil Dominguez said. “But if our kids buy into each other like we did last year, we’ll be alright.”
This is a new-look Hilltoppers team heading into this season. Los Alamos will open its season Tuesday night at Kirtland Central.
The Hilltoppers are going to have to find a way to get through the early part of their schedule, not to mention a District 2-4A schedule that could again be a tough one, and do so without any of their top six players returning from the 2011-12 squad.
Los Alamos went 11-19 last year.
It was the 16th and final team selected for the state 4A playoffs and bowed out in the first round against top-ranked Goddard, 54-48.
The six players he lost, all seniors, comprised virtually all of the team’s scoring from a year ago, not the least of which was offensive and defensive leader Nick Baker.
This season, Los Alamos head coach Fil Dominguez said he’s going to take things one game at a time. Los Alamos has been doing a lot of fundamental work in the preseason along with just getting the group acclimated to playing together.
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