Monday, August 3, 2015

Ayers named Inter-Ac MVP

Ayers named Inter-Ac MVP



  Germantown Academy junior Cameron Ayers was named the boys’ basketball MVP of the Inter-Ac League by league coaches. The 6-foot-5 point guard averaged 14.8 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals a game this season. Ayers is shooting 50 percent from field and 86 percent from the free-throw line.
-- Keith Pompey

Here’s a look at the All-Inter-Ac League teams that were released today:
First Team ---             Cameron Ayers, Jr. – Germantown Academy (MVP)
                                    Jeff  Holton, Sr. – Germantown Academy
                                    Gary Lawrence, Sr. – Chestnut Hill Academy
                                    Omari Grier, Jr. – Episcopal Academy
                                    Lamon Church, Soph. – Malvern Prep
Second Team --          Patrick Connaghan, Jr. – Chestnut Hill Academy
                                    Todd Cramer, Jr. – Chestnut Hill Academy
                                    D’Quann Walker, Soph. – Malvern Prep
                                    Mark Rhine, Sr. – Penn Charter
                                    Cory Goodman, Sr. – Episcopal Academy
Honorable Mention --           Sam Kurtzman, Jr. – Haverford School
                                                Dean Melchionni, Sr. – Germantown Academy
                                                Brendan McNulty, Sr. – Malvern Prep
                                                A.J. Jones, Jr. – Haverford School


-- Keith Pompey

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