Last season, the B-CC boys finished second at the Montgomery County championships in team scores, and junior Adam Nakasaka finished second overall at the 4A state championships. With last year's county team champion and individual state champion both gone, will Nakasaka and the Barons claim the top spots at both meets this year? (Photo by John Roemer)
It has been difficult for any team to establish a lasting dominance in the ultra-competitive Montgomery County for the past couple years. The last five team champions? Northwest, Wootton, Whitman, B-CC and Walter Jonson. Entering this fall it appears as if as many as half a dozen teams in the county have a shot at taking home the team title. Will the picture look any clearer before October?