Schwab: St. Charles East boys basketball’s depth to be put to the test
If the St. Charles East boys basketball team is going to deliver on its own big expectations for the season, it looks like several Saints who expected to be part of a deep supporting cast for Kendall Stephens might instead have to take center stage.
Just as the Saints hit a busy stretch – East has four games during the next eight days – uncertainty about their Purdue-bound senior’s availability for the rest of the season has again bubbled to the surface.
Tonight’s home game against Evanston – the alma mater of Stephens’ dad, East assistant coach Everette Stephens – will be the third straight game Stephens will miss after he aggravated a torn labrum during a Proviso West Holiday Tournament loss against Stevenson.
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