Warren will have to wait until mid-January to have his son take the court as he sits out due to MHSAA transfer rules.
Still, Calvary features several key players who should help the team be competitive throughout the season.
“It’s going well,” said Warren, who coached Spring Lake’s girls team for a decade before moving to Fruitport Calvary Christian. “Everything’s brand new, how I do everything from fundamentals to offense to defense. They’re working very hard. The enthusiasm has been great.”
Leading the way for Calvary is returning senior Guthrie Collins, a 6-foot, 4-inch forward who averaged 9.2 points and 8.4 rebounds a year ago. He’ll be joined by 6-3 big man Patrick Asdell, who averaged a double-double a year ago at 12.9 points and 12.4 rebounds.
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