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Chace’s question: So as we begin to go deeper into our individual league previews and team outlooks, a few teams continue to be intriguing. One of these teams is Clayton Valley. Since winning seven games (and tying De La Salle) in 2004, the Eagles are just 16-17 over the past three seasons. That’s a lot of rebuilding. But now Clayton Valley is in a new league and it has a three-year starter at quarterback. So do the Eagles breakout of their funk of mediocrity in 2008?
Ben’s answer: It’s interesting how much a quarterback has to do with the success of a high school team. In this instance, I think Joey Levine has the key to the kingdom. Now, it’ll be what the rest of the team does around him that makes all the difference.