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Posted On: 03/27/17 5:43 PM
Kolton Lindstrom, MCM, 6-2, SF. Kolton was a third team all Big East player this year meaning he was among one of 15 in the league and the top honored player from his team.
Max Nielson, Sioux Valley, 5-10, PG. Worked his way into the line-up of the regular season number one early and stayed there led by his sharp shooting three-point stroke.
Kobe Busch, Huron, 6-4, SF. Busch had a few double figure scoring games down the stretch as he played a very strong role for Huron who had a fantastic second half of the season.
Kayden Verley, Canton, 5-10, PG. Scored 14.2 points per game leading the state in that category for his grade (of those that turned their results in). Took a high volume of shots and made 84 percent of his foul shots.
Trey Ortman, Canistota, 5-10, G. Trey was one of three Hawks players that teams had to game plan for regularly as they put together another excellent season before running into the champs in districts.
Ryder Kirsch, St. Thomas More, 6-5, PF. Kirsch stepped up and performed at a level that was above expectations helping a veteran team with play in the paint.
Stanley Haskins Jr, Britton-Hecla, 5-10, SG. Haskins was a starter from the word go this year and was one of the key Brave weapons all season. It was a rough start to the year but they turned it around some mid-year with Haskins playing a key role.
Leon Brown Otter, McLaughlin, 6-1, SF. All Conference freshman for the Mustangs who was one of a dozen honored talents after he gave his team double figure scoring and some double-doubles.
Josh Arlt, Lennox, 6-0, SG. Scored nearly 11 points a game this winter taking about 8-9 shots a game as one of the key scorers for Lennox.
Noah Dickson, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket, 6-2, SG. Blackhawks guard who played beyond his year doing some of everything for his club.
Garrett Stout, Pierre TF Riggs, 6-0, G. The young Governor guard was consistently in the varsity rotation the last two months of the year and did a nice job in support.
Charles Schrader, Pine Ridge, 6-0, SG. A starter for the Thorpes that scored seven a game for a 17-6 team Charles was at times a deadly shooter this winter.
Luke Wells II, Crow Creek, 6-2, PF. Wells earned Big Dakota recognition for the season he had up front.
Jack Roisum, Rapid City Christian, 5-10, SG. Roisum’s scoring touch and physical readiness led to him giving RC Christian nine points and six boards a game as a freshman.
Levi Larsen, Irene-Wakonda, 5-10, PG. Levi played a nice role for the Eagles scoring three times a game and showing the experience that allowed him to play early in his career.