Boys' Hoops: All-Central League Team

All-Central League Boys' Basketball Team

First Team

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Lower Merion's B.J. Johnson, a Syracuse commit, was selected as the Central League's most vaulable player.

B.J. Johnson, Lower Merion (MVP)

Jon McGill, Ridley

Matt Sherman, Harriton

Yohanny Dalembert, Lower Merion

Raheem Hall, Lower Merion

Eddie Baxter, Penncrest

Zack Yonda, Conestoga

Kuity Slanger, Upper Darby

Second Team

John Fender, Strath Haven

Dan Rutecki, Springfield

Ken Bartow, Ridley

Eric Trowery, Strath Haven

Rhami Halby, Penncrest

James Fisher, Upper Darby

Honorable Mention

Conestoga – Joe Viviano

Garnet Valley – Jonathan Vandenberg, Aaron Parenti

Harriton – Detasia Dixon

Haverford – Tom Leibig

Marple Newtown – Mike McDevitt

Penncrest – Kalvin Simpson

Radnor – Nelson Blickman

Ridley – Mike Smoluk

Springfield – Kevin McCormick

Strath Haven – Tyrone Legree

Upper Darby - Beni Toure

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