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Southeast expecting the best

By By Josh Taylor/The Meridian Star
Nov. 7, 2001
Coming off a 3-28 season last year, the Southeast Tiger's boys basketball team may not seem competitive. But, looks can be deceiving.
Miller is in his fourth season as the head coach of the Tigers.
With two returning starters, nine returnees, and 11 new players, the Tigers stand ready to achieve. The Tigers did lose three of last year's starters including Doug Rowe, Jonathan Russell, and Anthony Horner, who averaged about 18 points a game.
The Tigers return starters in senior guard Ben Reed and junior guard LaPatrick Carlisle.

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