Pag Meter/940 ESPN ALL VALLEY ALL STAR BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
2017 PAG METER/940 ESPN Boys Basketball All Stars
CO-TEAMS OF THE YEAR
RIDGEVIEW WOLF PACK
The division 2 section Champions beat everybody in the valley including the Valley Champion Central Grizzlies and runner up Bakersfield Drillers. This was the most dangerous team that finished at 24-3.
Division 3 section Champions won their 1st title in school history finishing at 30-5. With 1444 boys basketball teams in California, only 3 got to 30 wins. The Bears will be real good again in 2018
COACH OF THE YEAR
MIKE PALLESI, SELMA BEARS
Mike has built a powerhouse in Selma and I’m sure the over achieving Bears will be moved up a division soon. This team is so fundamentally sound that you better bring your A game to beat the Bears. The Bears finished with 30 wins and the most in school history. The Basketball team also finished with a team GPA of 3.6 which is off the charts.
PAG METER ALL VALLEY ALL STAR BOYS BASKETBALL
PAG METER PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JORDAN ROBERT, Senior, RIDGEVIEW WOLF PACK
The future Long Beach State player averaged 23 PPG and lead the Wolf Pack to the division 2 section championship. Jordan was a big time player that was so dangerous in the paint.
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
DARRIN PERSON JR, Senior, IMMANUEL EAGLES
He never missed a game in 4 years averaging 19 ppg along with 11 rebounds. His 2,305, career points and 1,341 rebounds rank 5th and 6th in section history. Darrin leaves Immanuel with 4 section championship rings in division 4. Next up Cal State Bakersfield
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JUSTIN McCALL, Senior, RIDGEVIEW WOLF PACK
The future Cal State Bakersfield senior was a 3 year starter and had a huge year. Averaged 20 pts, 9 rebounds, and was a force on defense.
UNDERCLASSMAN OF THE YEAR
JALEN GREEN, FRESHMEN, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
Sky’s the limit for this future superstar. He averaged 18 points, 9 rebounds per game and is already being looked at by so many colleges.
PAG METER 1st TEAM ALL STARS
ALEC CHECK, Senior, CENTENNIAL GOLDEN HAWKS
Scored 1,885 points for his 4 year career for the Golden Hawks.He averaged 25 points 8 rebounds per game.
URIAH CARTER, Junior, BULLARD KNIGHTS
The Knights team leader and one of the best guards in the valley
ANIEUS,MEDRANO, Senior, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
The best 3 point shooter in the valley. He averaged 21 points per game and finished his career with 2,089 points
CAM’RON WILSON, Junior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
Had an outstanding year for the Valley Champion Grizzlies averaging 19 points per game
JAYLEN JOHNSON, Senior, CLOVIS EAST T WOLVES
To beat the T Wolves you had to double team the 6-6 TRAC All Star
AUSTYN CONTRERAS, Senior, WEST VIKINGS
He was a scoring machine that would shoot long range jumpers from anywhere. He averaged 23 points and finished his career with 1,716 points. Next stop Greenville College.
ADRIAN ANTUNEZ, Senior, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES
The Golden Eagles team leader averaged 23 points per game. He finished his 4 year career with 1,648 points. Next up is Fresno Pacific
ELIJAH STRAUGHTER, Senior, CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS
He was 2nd when it comes to the Pag Meter defensive player of the year award. The 3 year starter leaves Clovis North with 231 shot blocks and a school record. He averaged 14 points and 9 rebounds per game.
NATE KENDRICKS, Junior, IMMANUEL EAGLES
Nate will be a big time contender for 2018 Pag Meter Player of the year. He averaged 21 points 5 rebounds per game and helped win the division 4 championship for the Eagles. He really came on strong especially when the playoffs and state playoffs started.
JEREMIAH DICKERSON, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
He was the Co-MVP in the SWYL and helped the Drillers get to Selland Arena.
ANTHONY MARTINEZ, Junior, CLOVIS COUGARS
Will be one of the best in 2018. He averaged 16.8 points per game and will be the team leader next year for the Cougars.
KOBE GARNER, Senior, REDWOOD RANGERS
The WYL player of the year averaged 17 points and 6 assists per game. In his 4 year career he scored 1,284 points.
SPENCER HEIMERDINGER, Junior, BUCHANAN BEARS
The 6-7 player gets better every time he plays. This kid is tough to stop and his senior year will be very good. He averaged 22 points/10 rebounds per game and has an offer from Fresno Pacific.
WILLIAM PALLESI, Junior, SELMA BEARS
The best pure shooter in the valley and watch out his senior year. Will averaged 22 ppg and helped lead the Bears to their 1st section championship in school history.
XAVIER ESQUIVEL, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
Averaged 17 ppg and was a very good 3 point shooter. The SWYL All Star lead the Drillers in scoring
CASH WILLIAMS, Junior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
The Co-TRAC MVP now has 2 Valley Championship rings. He averaged 20 points and will be a big contender for 2018 Pag Meter Player of the year.
TREAGER WALLACE, Senior, PORTERVILLE PANTHERS
He could start for anybody in the valley. He averaged 21 points and 14 rebounds per game. He hit the longest shot of the year when he nailed the length of the floor buzzer beater and the game winner over Tulare Union.
WALTER GRAVES III, Senior, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES
The future San Jose St Spartan has all the potential to be REAL good. The 6-7 Graves had a very good senior year.
JUNIOR RAMIREZ, Junior, SELMA BEARS
All Junior does is win. He led the Bears to a section championship playing QB and now helped lead the Bears to their 1st section Championship in school history. Junior scored 30 points at Selland Arena with the win over Sanger
TRENTON MITCHELL, Senior, EL DIAMANTE MINERS
I love watching Trenton play because at 6-6 he is big and physical in the paint. The WYL All Star averaged 18 points and 15 rebounds per game.
LUNDEN TAYLOR, Junior, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
The CMAC All Star was a huge piece of the Panthers puzzle in winning the CMAC.
DOMENIC REYES, Senior, CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS
One of the best and quickest guards in the valley. Domenic can do it all on the court. He averaged 18 points and 6 assist per game.
Pag Meter, 940 ESPN 2nd Team/Honorable Mention
DAMEANE DOUGLAS, Junior, HANFORD WEST HUSKIES
KEVIN LARSON, SENIOR, INDEPENDENCE FALCONS
KARAN SINGH, Junior, SELMA BEARS
ASRIN HACKET, Junior, EDISON TIGERS
JASON PASCUA, GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS
AARON MOSBY, SENIOR, SANGER APACHES
ISHAAN RAHAL, Senior, CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS
ADRIAN MARTINEZ, Junior, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES
ELIJAH MCCOY, Senior, ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS
JONAH RUCKMAN, Senior, GRANITE HILLS
ISAIAH HILL, Sophomore, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
BEN AVERA, Senior, CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS
NICK SALAS, Junior, STRATHMORE SPARTANS
DAVID RICO, Senior, KERMAN LIONS
HASSAN BOLDEN, Senior, MADERA SOUTH STALLIONS
JOHNNY NALBANDIAN, Senior, FOWLER REDCATS
ELIJAH CARDENAS, Senior, INDEPENDENCE FALCONS
KOBE FOSTER, Senior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
TIVEON STROUD, Junior, SELMA BEARS
AMARI STROUD, Senior, SUNNYSIDE WILDCATS
GRANT HIGHSTREET, Sophomore, CVC CAVALIERS
TEYJOHN HERRINGTON, Junior, EDISON TIGERS
CANNON EAMES, Junior, YOSEMITE BADGERS
IMMANUEL MIXON, Senior, SOUTH, REBELS
DREW STOGSDILL, Junior, REDWOOD RANGERS
LEE MAJORS, Senior, FRESNO HIGH WARRIORS
DOMINIC SAMQUINTIN, Senior, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS
JOSH CRUZ, Senior, COALINGA HORNED TOADS
MANNY HARPER, Senior, DOS PALOS BRONCOS
ZACH BUSHLING, Senior, KERN VALLEY BRONCS
BRYAN PAREDES, Junior, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS
JEREMIAH GALAVIZ, Senior, FARMERSVILLE AZTECS