The 17U All Dakotas Team


Posted On: 08/3/18 12:41 PM

With the 17U season coming to a close it’s now time to honor the top players from the various teams that competed in the many different events the past four months.  Congrats to the 17U All Dakotas Team.


First Team All Dakotas


Maleeck Harden

Noah Freidel of South Dakota Attack.  Led the Attack to a 23 win season and had several NSIC schools following his every move.

Maleeck Harden of ECI Prospects. One of the biggest stock raisers in the Midwest, Harden grew a ton with ECI.

Justin Hohn of Pentagon Schoolers. Hohn handled the distribution role with point production consistently for four months.

Joe Jahner of ECI Prospects. Joe has a natural ability that helped ECI win the GPA and 24 wins overall.

Sawyer Schultz of South Dakota Attack. Physically gifted, there are things Sawyer can do with a ball that come fluidly.


Second Team All Dakotas


Dalton Albrecht of North Dakota Attack.  The numbers of 16/8 were a Dalton Albrecht constant.

Mitchell Goodbary of South Dakota Attack. Too physical and too tough for most opponents he faced.

Treyton Mattern of ECI Prospects.  One of the more trusted, tough guards we saw this 17u season.

Ale Rama of Sacred Hoops Rama.  Ale Rama simply has more ability than many understand.

Boden Skunberg of Pentagon Schoolers.  Boden seems to have matured greatly from the winter through this season with the Schoolers.


Third Team All Dakotas

Camden Bialas

Soloman Bach of South Dakota Venom.  Venom won more games than any Dakota 17u team and Bach’s 15 a game were huge.

Camden Bialas of South Dakota Attack. Bialas is on the cusp of reaching some of that potential he possesses.

Ben Bohl of North Dakota Attack. A Minot State committed guard that led a new program to a great first year.

Trejon King of Pentagon Schoolers.  The toughness that coaches want in a guard.

Mason Walters of ECI Prospects. One of the more active, trusted frontcourt players in the area.


Fourth Team All Dakotas


Mason Hedberg of North Dakota Phenom.  The most consistent Phenom player.

Thomas Hennen of BBA Force.  Huge scoring output in late June led BBA to a title.

Elijah Klein of Pentagon Schoolers.  The double-double activity talk is very real.

Braeton Motschenbacher of ECI Selects.  A dependable, tough guard.

Kade Stearns of South Dakota Venom.  Double figure numbers hitting 40% plus at the arc.

Dylan Pourier of Sacred Hoops Rama.  A guard who earned a lot of respect playing with SH.