Sunday, April 18, 2010

Kentucky All-State High School Basketball Teams Announced


The Kentucky All-State boys' basketball teams have been announced in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Shelby Valley's Elisha Justice leads the way with 41 votes while Trinity's Josh Sewell is just behind with 37 votes.

Trinity's Mike Szabo was selected as Coach of the Year.

First Team:

Elisha Justice, Shelby Valley (41) 5-10 Sr. 20.1 5.9*
Josh Sewell, Louisville Trinity (37) 6-5 Sr. 19.8 5.7
Ricardo Johnson, Holmes (4) 6-4 Sr. 12.2 5.7
Elijah Pittman, Holmes (4) 6-7 Sr. 16.1 7.1
Chane Behanan, Bowling Green (4) 6-7 Jr. 21.2 12.3
Chad Jackson, Scott County (2) 6-4 Sr. 16.6 6.9
Aaron Watts, McCreary Central (4) 6-2 Sr. 23.7 8.8
Jarrod Polson, West Jessamine (3) 6-3 Sr. 18.2 6.4*
Dakotah Euton, Scott County (2) 6-8 Sr. 15.2 9.2
Ge-Lawn Guyn, Scott County (1) 6-2 Sr. 12.0 4.0

Second Team:

Timmy Knipp, Elliott County (2) 6-7 Jr. 31.1 8.5
Anthony Hickey, Christian County 5-10 Jr. 15.7 5.0
Robbie Stenzel, Clark County 6-4 Jr. 13.8 4.1
Donovan Gibbs, Iroquois 6-7 Sr. 14.7 9.7
Vinny Zollo, Clark County 6-8 Jr. 17.0 13.0
Ian Chiles, Ballard (1) 6-1 Sr. 18.5 4.3
Cameron Hall, Glasgow 6-0 Sr. 25.8 4.5*
George Fant, Warren Central (1) 6-6 Jr. 15.3 8.4
Vance Hall, Franklin County (2) 6-4 Sr. 24.0 8.1
Travis Johnston, Grayson County 5-10 Sr. 19.0 5.7*

* assists

Honorable Mention:

Remy Abell, Eastern; Dee Anderson, Greenwood; Colt Barnhill, East Carter; Jaylen Beckham, Lexington Catholic; Tate Cox, Knott Co. Central; Will Evans, Lexington Christian; Josh Forrest, Paducah Tilghman; DeMarko Foster, Newport; Ryan Fucci, Tates Creek; Caleb Hardy, Carlisle Co.; Ashley Hatfield, Shelby Valley; Darryl Hicks, Shelby Co.; Thomas Jackson, Jeffersontown; Donovan Johnson, Shelby Co.; Jermaine Jackson, Iroquois; Madison Johnson, Corbin; Keisten Jones, Ballard; Quintrel Morris, Fairdale; Matt St. John, South Laurel; Stuart Stamper, Knott Co. Central; Bryton Taylor, Campbellsville; Josh Whitaker, Hazard; Shaquille Wilson, Christian Co.

1 comment:

Roosevelt Franklin said...

Not putting Keisten Jones of Ballard on the First Team renders this list a joke.

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