Posted On: 03/27/18 4:12 PM
North Dakota’s Class B season was once again a roller coaster filled with excitement and surprises. PHD honors the top players from the Class B season today.
Class B First Team All State
Wyatt Hanson of Stanley, Senior. MVP. Hanson put up 21.4 points and seven rebounds, and five assists per game while leading his team to state. Stanley was the preseason number one and the future Minnesota State Moorhead talent led his team to state. A Mr. Basketball finalist.
Kyler McGillis of St. John, Senior. Took his team to the state tournament and lost only a few games as an upperclassmen. Scored 28.6 points per game while dishing out four assists with three steals. A Mr. Basketball finalist.
Andrew Christianson of Oak Grove, Senior. The Mr. Basketball finalist gave his team 25.6 points a game with seven plus boards a night, three assists, and two steals. Led his team to a 20-3 record.
Carson Henningsgard of HCV, Sophomore. Many didn’t feel HCV could repeat but a sophomore stepped up and gave his team 20 points, eight assists, and three steals a contest. The leader of a 26-1 champion.
Garrett Bickett of Carrington, Senior. Carrington Led his team to the state tournament and a 23-4 record while giving his team 19 points, four rebounds, and 4-5 assists a game.
Class B Second Team All State
Lane Hanson of Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier, Senior. Lane was on the inside for the Rebels who won 19 games for a team that was the runner-up in their district and region. Monster numbers of 25.3 points and 13.5 rebounds a contest.
Ben Bohl of Bishop Ryan, Junior. One of the state’s best juniors led his squad to the state runner-up as a 25-3 record putting up 20 points, 7.5 boards, and three assists a game.
Derek Ferebee of Beulah, Senior. Derek led his team to the state tournament with is 21 points a night dishing out five assists and four boards. Led his team to the state consolation title.
Dalton Albrecht of Grafton, Junior. Grafton won 20 games this year with Dalton putting together a double-double average of 20 points and 10 rebounds a game on a top team in state.
Jacob Rodin of Kemare, Senior. Rodin’s team went 16-9 this year and he gave everything he had with nearly a 27 point per game average and 12.6 boards a contest with over three assists.
Class B Third Team All State
Macauley Young of Shiloh Christian, Junior. 16 points and 12 rebounds a game for a state tournament team against the toughest schedule in the state.
Jayce Archambault of Solen, Senior. The U of Mary creative scorer led his team to a 15-6 season while scoring nearly 20 a game.
Luke Foertsch of Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, Senior. Took his team to state scoring 18 a contest with 4.5 rebounds and nearly four assists a game.
Dalton Prouty of St. John, Senior. Dalton paired with McGillis to lead their team to a 48-3 record in two years and Prouty averaged 17 points and a dozen boards.
Trapper Jacobs of TLMM, Senior. Trapper put up 24 plus plays a game while giving his squad team leading numbers in three of the main categories.
Class B Fourth Team All State
Isaiak Kludt of Hettinger-Scranton, Senior. 17 points, 5 boards, 5 assists a game.
Trent Marquart of Glenburn, Senior. Scored 25.6 points per game.
Kaedyn Hanson of Stanley, Senior. Averaged 14 points and 8 rebounds a game.
Jack Camrud of HCV, Senior. State champion averaged 15 boards and 14 points.
DJ LeBeau of New Town, Senior. Led his team to a 20-4 record.
Class B Fifth Team All State
Jonas Mitzel of Shiloh Christian, Senior
Anthony Vetter of Bishop Ryan, Senior
Hunter Sand of Dakota Prairie, Senior
Josh Kihle of Burke County, Senior
Max Henry of Bottineau, Senior