BRYCE HASTINGS, Shippensburg, sr., G: Hastings averaged 12.8 points per game and shot 33 percent from 3-point land ... "He's been a three-year starter, and he's played a couple different positions for us," Greyhound coach Ray Staver said. "When we needed a bucket, he was certainly the kid were going to. He had steady ball-handling, solid defense and was a big leader for us." ... He was second on the team with 75 assists and added 57 rebounds and 27 steals, and was named a Mid Penn Colonial Division first-team all-star.
DYLAN GORDON, Southern Fulton, so., G: Gordon was a well-rounded sophomore guard, averaging 15.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game ... Gordon was a Sideling Hill and Inter-County Conference All-Star and contributed 48 steals and a team-leading 18 blocks ... "I think by far, he was one of the best defenders I saw all year anywhere," Indian coach Kent Hendershot said. "He just possesses a knack for being able to get on someone and stay on them. He was obviously a big part of what we did this year."
CASEY HOOVER, Greencastle-Antrim, so., G: Hoover was in the area's top three for scoring for the majority of the season, and finished with an average of 18.8 points per game ... Hoover also contributed 73 rebounds, 62 assists and 35 steals and was a Mid Penn Colonial Division first-team selection ... "He did such a nice job distributing and scoring for us from the point guard position, which is so important," Blue Devil coach Gary Martin said. "He's showing leadership; now there are other kids following his lead, and Casey really set the tone for freshman starters (last year)."
CHASE NOVAK, McConnellsburg, so., G: Novak led the Spartans with 14.2 points per game and shot 75.6 percent from the free-throw line ... He finished with 125 rebounds, 103 assists and 50 steals, and was named a Sideling Hill and Inter-County Conference All-Star ... "Last year, he was more of a spot-up shooter, but this year, he became more of a floor general," Spartan coach Dane Pollock said. "He helped get the offense set, and he was kind of the ultimate team player. Before, he was competitive, but kind of timid, but he's not backing down any more."
MIKELL MCGEE, Fannett-Metal, so., G: McGee led the area with an average of 21.6 points per game ... "He is definitely a pure shooter, and he shoots with a lot of confidence," F-M coach Greg Best said. "He's one of those kids that is always in the gym shooting any time he has a free moment. He puts a lot of time into it, and it paid off for him this year." ... He broke the Tigers' school single-season record for free throw percentage (89 of 112, 79 percent) and was named a Sideling Hill and Inter-County Conference All-Star.
WADE MILLS, Shippensburg, jr., F: Averaging nearly a double-double, Mills was a big presence inside for the Greyhounds ... He finished with 14.1 points per game and 8.3 rebounds per game ... "He really improved dramatically from his sophomore year to his junior year," Ship coach Ray Staver said. "He had some really big games for us, and sometimes he scored very quietly. The thing he did best was that he was such a good offensive rebounder, and he finished quite often there." ... Mills was an MPC Colonial first-team all-star and had 28 assists, 31 steals and 27 blocks this year.
COLE CHRISTIAN, Chambersburg, so., G/F: Christian had a breakout season for the Trojans ... He averaged just over 10 points per game and contributed three boards, two steals and two assists per game ... "He has a very high basketball IQ, which translates well if you're a freshman or a senior," Chambersburg coach Shawn Shreffler said. "I thought he did a great job of growing. You could see how good he was offensively from the beginning, but defensively, he really came on as the year went on. We relied on him to match up with the other teams' best guards."
RYAN KELLEY, Waynesboro, sr., G: Kelley finished the year as the Indians' leading scorer with 13.1 points per game ... He led the team with 68 assists and 44 steals ... "We had a lot more firepower last year, so he had to do different things," Waynesboro coach Tom Hoffman said. "But he played that role very well. This year we had to ask him to do a lot more on the offensive end, and he really stepped up to that challenge." ... Kelley was a Mid Penn Colonial Division first-team selection.
TEDDY SCHOECK, Mercersburg Academy, sr., G: Schoeck averaged just over double figures this season for the Blue Storm ... "Teddy brought intensity to every game and practice and played each game as if it were his last," Mercersburg coach Tim Crouch said. "Teddy did not wait for things to happen; he made them happen. I could not be prouder of his effort and the standard he set as a leader of the team." ... He also averaged three rebounds per game and was one the team's top 3-point shooters.
TRENT RIDER: Southern Fulton, jr., G
TYRELLE WHITE: McConnellsburg, sr., F
CARLIN CHRISTIAN: Chambersburg, jr., G
JONAH STAINS: Shalom Christian, so., F/G
JEREMIAH GRAVES: CV Christian, sr., F
NICK JACOBY: Shippensburg, sr., G
SAM SPRAGUE: Greencastle-Antrim, jr., G/F
CONNOR FETTERHOFF: Waynesboro, sr., G
RYAN HEGE: James Buchanan, jr., F
BROCK BROADWATER: Forbes Road, sr., F
Chambersburg — Stanley Flores (sr., F); Shippensburg — Teagan Staver (jr., F); Greencastle-Antrim — Bryan Gembe (fr., G), Spencer Meyers (jr., F); James Buchanan — Aaron Nagy (sr., G); Waynesboro — Cameron Keck (so., G); McConnellsburg — Jake Boehme (jr., G), Ian Cheatle (jr., F); Forbes Road — Nick Keller (jr., G); Fannett-Metal — Lucas Wingert (fr., F); CV Christian — Conner Chapman (sr., C); Shalom Christian — Cameron Roseman (fr., G).