TRENTON-- The Acadia Christian boys basketball team will have a young team with a first year coach.
The Seahawks will look to improve on a three win season.
"It is going to be a rebuilding year, we are going to be young, but it doesn't bother me as it just makes the future look brighter,"coach Ryan Lincoln said. "This year, I am looking to improve the record from last season, with the hopes of going .500."
The Seahawks will use their quickness to overcome a height disadvantage they will have in most games.
"We are going to be very quick and hopefully be able to get out and run,"Lincoln said. "Mental toughness will play a key role not only on the offensive side of the ball, but remembering to rebound and get out quick. Size will hurt us as we only have two players that reach up to 6'3 with the rest 5'11 and under."
The Seahawks will play a challenging schedule that will include two games against defending class D state champion Forest Hills.
The schedule also includes Hyde, North Haven, A.R. Gould, Machias, Islesboro, Highview Christian, and Greater Portland Christian. Click here for the full schedule.