The Etiwanda boys basketball team has been among the state’s elite under the direction of Dave Kleckner.
The Eagles struggled a little earlier this year, likely because they were working through some growing pains after graduating their go-to player the previous few years in Jordan McLaughlin.
A scarey thought for future foes – the Eagles are clicking on all cylinders now.
The lost to both Damien and Chino Hills the first time through Baseline League play. They crushed both the second. They may have been dethroned by Damien but they have shown they’re stilla force to be reckoned with.
Senior Kameron Edwards, who has signed with Pepperdine, is leading the charge and has emerged as that go-to player. Then there’s the consistent contribution of another senior Delewis Johnson.
The Eagles (19-7, 7-2) also have some solid role players and they’re pretty deep.
They’re not a foe anyone is going to want to see in the playoffs.
Here’s what the players had to say after a convincing win over Chino Hills Tuesday night.