Last year: 9-12, 1-5 (GLAC)
Gone is a huge chunk of Clark's scoring from last season with the losses of La'Roi Harmon and Bernateau Jean-Michel to graduation. The Pioneers still have a boatload of experience coming back, as all five of their projected starters are seniors and their bench consists mostly of juniors. It's not going to be easy for Clark because it will face new opponents in Griffith, Portage and Chesterton and all on the road. Kalil Frith and the rest of the forwards will be tested early and often, as they will have to face the front lines that will be longer and bigger. The Pioneers will also still have some shooters, but the question is if the team will be able to knock down some buckets to take some pressure off the front line. "We are going to take some lumps early because we play one of the toughest schedules since I've been here," coach Joe Delgado said. "Our shooters should be able to spread out defenses." — Paul Honeycutt
Last season finish
Lost in Class 3A Hammond Sectional opener to Gavit.
Leading returning scorer
Kalil Frith, 7.0 ppg.
Leading returning rebounder
Kalil Frith, 5.0 rpg.
Kalil Frith, Sr., F: The tallest Pioneer and maybe the only post presence they have, Clark will look for him to do many different things. As he proved last year that he can venture out to the perimeter and shoot, which will create significant matchup problems for the opposition.
Newcomer to watch
Eddie Rebeles, So., G: The coaches have said he that reminds them of Clark alum Jon Carpen and he will spend a lot of time with Carpen now that the grad is an assistant coach.