Helias enters basketball season shorthanded due to injuries

Hale Hentges of Helias saw significant playing time as a freshman last season for the Crusaders.

Hale Hentges of Helias saw significant playing time as a freshman last season for the Crusaders. Photo by News Tribune.

While the Helias boys basketball program looks to be able to put a solid varsity team on the floor when the season opens today, you should see the squad sitting on the sidelines.

The Crusaders are a physical therapist’s dream and a head coach’s nightmare.

It starts at the point-guard position, as senior Dylan Gish will miss his second consecutive season after tearing an ACL for the second straight year. After earning all-district honors in both his freshman and sophomore campaigns, Gish has been unable to take the court.

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