The Immaculate Heart boys' basketball team hopes to take a big step forward this season. A year's more experience will be a big part of that formula.
The Cavaliers were 4-16 overall last season and 1-8 in league play.
It was a disappointing season, but one the Cavaliers hope will lead to better results this season.
"I'm optimistic that we're going to do better this year," Coach Mike Delaney said. "We have four players that played quite a bit returning."
The coach said the team should do well offensively, but he's concerned about their ability to rebound.
You can hear more from him in the video, along with players Logan Shoen, Chris Kiser, and Jacob Bombard.