Crystal City boys’s hoops under new management but still dangerous

(Crystal City) The Crystal City Hornets have plenty of reason to be optimistic about boys’ basketball despite the ever-changing status of the world.

Phil Tessereau takes over as head coach, and he says trying to take over a program that lost its leading scorers in Nate Denby and Drew Richardson has been made doubly hard by a pandemic.

The good news is plenty of scoring returns in 4-year players Carson Short and Donovan Tullock.

Tessereau says the reason’s he’s excited about this team’s potential is its veterans.

Crystal City will begin its season by facing Bayless Wednesday evening.

To hear the full interview with Hornets head coach Phil Tessereau, click play below.