Posted On: 09/24/18 8:30 AM
Player of the Year: 2019 Patrick Mulholland, Prince of Peace Prep
The league’s leading returning scorer, the 6-1 wing is a versatile scoring threat capable of getting the job done from anywhere on the floor. He’ll be the focal point of an Irish team that may be the best in the division.
2019 Patrick Mulholland, Prince of Peace Prep (16.6 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 2.1 steals, 50.6 FG%, 41.2 3P%)
Not only is Mulholland the leading returning scorer in the division, he also made more 3s than any other returnee, draining 54 at a 41.2% clip.
2019 Kaidion Larson, Prince of Peace Prep (15.6 points, 3.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.8 steals)
A quick lead guard coming off a solid summer with the Iowa Mavericks, Larson can be a menace on both ends of the floor. If he can clean up his assist-to-turnover ratio (92-102 last year), he could be in line for a huge year with the Irish.
2019 Hagen Waters, Lisbon (14.1 points, 7.9 rebounds)
The Lions lose more than 40 points a game following the graduations of Brett Givens and Bailey Arwine, so don’t be surprised to see Waters averaging well north of 20 a game this winter, and posting close to a double-double.
2019 Hunter Rickels, Calamus-Wheatland (11.0 points, 5.1 rebounds, 6.0 assists, 2.8 steals)
Rickels led the division in assists and was second in steals last year. With four starters returning, he’ll be looking to lead the Warriors to the top of the heap.
2020 Nate Trenkamp, Easton Valley (9.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.9 assists)
A 5-11 junior guard, Trenkamp is a versatile player who does a little bit of everything. With the Riverhawks losing their top two scorers from last year, look for Trenkamp’s numbers to skyrocket.
2019 Josh Hein, Calamus-Wheatland
2020 Nathan Moeller, Prince of Peace Prep
2020 Cade Jargo, Easton Valley
2019 Ethan Pfiffner, Bellevue Marquette
2019 Brant Boeckmann, Calamus-Wheatland
2019 Erick Solis, Calamus-Wheatland
2020 Britan Martens, Midland, Wyoming
2019 Payton Schnier, Prince of Peace Prep
2019 Michael Matthew, Prince of Peace Prep
2020 Zach Slama, Cedar Valley Christian