Seth Due, in just his third year in charge of the Robert E. Lee Ganders, is now the dean of Baytown boys varsity basketball coaches. (Baytown Sun photo by Alan Dale)

A season removed from seeing all three of the Baytown high school fails to make the postseason, all of the programs are now in the same district with hopes of claiming one of four prized bi-district playoff spots.

In a nine-team configuration that means one more team to try to get past and likely the Goose Creek CISD squads will go at it knowing their success will likely mean lesser opportunities for their local brethren.

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