There are plenty of area boys basketball teams on the state radar in Wisconsin.
One of them is G-E-T.
The Red Hawks, as expected, are off to a terrific start to the season.
They improved to 5-0 with a 14-point win over a very talented Onalaska squad Tuesday night.
G-E-T is ranked second in the state in division three.
It's easy to see why.
The Red Hawks are averaging nearly 83 points a game in their first five games.
They're offense prowess puts pressure on opposing teams from the start.
"We can score. We have a lot of guys who can put the ball in the basket. I think the key for us is if we're going to be able to guard people. If we can get some stops and keep our opponents in the 60's I think we're going to win a lot of games because we're so good offensively," said head coach Mark Wagner.
"We've been rotating a lot of guys in, getting a lot of guys playing time. That's getting everybody a little more rest, which is helping a lot on the intensity side. So it makes us play a lot harder," said senior Lucas Scherr.
G-E-T has five players averaging more than eight points per game led by Nick Wagner's 29.