Very few head coaches in Michigan high school history have won four state titles in a row.
Even fewer have done it in their first four years at a school. Steve Czerwon at Muskegon Catholic Central has done just that.
But with that success, comes high expectations and the Crusaders will take on those expectations with two thirds of their starters from last year moving on -- and a very young squad.
Without a junior varsity team, MCC benefits from getting their hands on their kids as freshmen, coaches can work them slowly in the system until a year like this comes where they have their shot at their own ring.
The fresh blood in the starting lineup may also help stave off complacency.
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