Player of the Year
Jabari Brown, Walkersville, Sr., F
The 6-foot 3-inch widebody showed plenty of versatility for a player of his stature. Could drain 3-pointers and bang inside for points with equal ability. Averaged 19.8 points per game and 7.9 rebounds per contest for the 19-5 Lions, helping them capture the MVAL Piedmont Conference regular season title.
Coach of the Year
Dan Wagner, Tuscarora
Led the Titans to an overall record of 17-9, and a trip to the Class 3A West Region championship game, where they were ousted by Bethesda-Chevy Chase. Directed Tuscarora to the Middletown Holiday Tournament title as well as the Monocacy Valley Athletic Leagueís Chesapeake Conference crown.
Jordan Dixon. Walkersville, Jr., F
Averaged 16.0 points per game and 8.1 rebounds per game for the Lions. Formed a potent duo with Brown inside the paint.
Matt Duerr, Century, Jr., C
Was the Knightsí go-to inside player offensively, and was an intmidating force on the defensive side with his 6 foot 7 frame. Averaged 14. 5 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.3 blocked shots.
Troy King, St. Johnís-Catholic Prep, Jr., F
Posted 18.5 points per game for the Vikings, who play in one of the toughest high school leagueís in the nation—the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Associationís A Conference.
Michael Oursler, Middletown, Sr., G
Tossed in 16.2 points per contest for the Knights. Helped his team advance to the 2A West Region finals. Will focus on academics at the University of Maryland-College Park.
Bruce Richardson, Glenelg, Sr., F
The 6-3 standout averaged 18.7 points and 5.5 rebounds. Like Oursler, plans to forgo basketball and attend college at Maryland.
Antoine Smith, Tuscarora, Sr., G
Athletic upperclassman led his team in scoring at 17.7 per game and chipped in with two assists per outing. Will attend prep school at Mercersburg Academy.
Andrew Simpson, Brunswick, Sr., G
Led the Railroaders in scoring (14.7), assists (3.6) and was co-leader in steals (2.1) Will play at NCAA Division III Juniata College (Pa.) next season.
Matty Thompson, Catoctin, Sr., F
Led the Cougars in scoring (15.9), rebounding (4.9) and steals (2.5) while handing out 2.9 assists per game.
Colton WeaverLiberty, Sr., G
All-around athlete led the Lions in scoring (15.6) while averaging a team best 4.2 rebounds. The first team All-Gazette quarterback will play football at Franlin and Marshall College (Pa.).
Guy Barnes, Frederick, Sr., G
Averaged 13.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.
Kevin Berrigan, MSD, Sr., G
Totaled 15.3 points and an area best 7.6 assists per outing.
Dereck Holland, Tuscarora, Sr., F
Despite missing half of the season due to injury, averaged 17.3 points and 6.3 rebounds per game.
Greg Hunt, St. Johnís-CP, Sr., G
Posted 12.5 points and 3.6 assists per ballgame.
Sherard Johnson, New Life, Jr., F
Averaged a double double (14.5 points and 10.7 rebounds per game) for the Maryland Christian Schools Tournament champs.
Brian KiddTuscarora Sr., G
Caught fire during the playoffs, helping propel the Titans to the region final. Averaged 11 points per contest.
Ryan Miller,Liberty, Sr., G
Enjoyed a solid all-around campaign with 13.3 points and 4.2 rebounds per game.
Scott Morris, Walkersville, Jr., G
Standout sophomore showed all-around game (13.2 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.9 assists per contest).
Justin Stone, Brunswick, Sr., F
Nearly averaged a double double (10.5 points, 9.9 rebounds) for the Railroaders.
Winston Towns, Middletown, Sr., F
Outstanding defender averaged 12.5 points and 6.4 rebounds.
A.J. Anthony, New Life
Chase Arrighi, Urbana
Ryan Bonheyo, MSDLuis Cotto, Tuscarora
Kevin Cross, Thomas Johnson
Donald Dawson, Frederick
Matej Delinac, St. Johnís-CP
Lane Duley, South Carroll
Trenton Epps, St. Johnís-CP
Marcus Hall, Brunswick
Chris Harris, Walkersville
Chris Leggett, Century
Dwayne Jenkins,Thomas Johnson
E.J. Logan, Frederick
Tommy Kellog, New Life
Chris Kluetz, Linganore
Michael Mabashov, MSD
Dan Martinez, Liberty
Brandon McMillan, MSD
LaQuan Randolph, Tuscarora
Stephen Renehan, FCA
Andrew Stephens, Urbana