PAG METER BOYS BASKETBALL ALL CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR TEAM 2018-2019

 

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Pag Meter All Star notes-
Pag Meter Rule on All Star eligibility
If a player transfers out of the Central Section before the All Star team is posted then the Player is out and will not be considered. We are all about the CENTRAL SECTION!!
Memorial Panthers Jalen Green left and went to a Professional school and that was the best thing for JG. We wish him the best!!!

PAG METER BOYS BASKETBALL ALL CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR TEAM 2018-2019

A recap of the Championship games at Selland Arena

CENTRAL SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

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The Clovis West Golden Eagles beat the Bullard Knights in double overtime 89-81. Alex Villi led the way with 42 points (15-29 from the field, 5-8 from behind the arc) Cole Anderson with 20 points; Grayson Carper 10 pts, 4 steals, 5 rebounds and 4 assists and Dante Chachere’s 9 pts, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

 

DIVISION 2

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Memorial Panthers beat the San Luis Obispo Tigers 87-44 and the Panthers are back to back champions. Former Panther Jalen Green scored 23 points and breaks Roscoe Pondexter’s SJM career scoring record in the win. Justin Huelskamp was named MVP

 

DIVISION 3

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Immanuel Eagles beat the Dinuba Emperors 70-39. The Eagles are the 6 peat Champions

 

DIVISION 4

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Foothill Trojans beat the Bakersfield Christian Eagles 56-50

**The Trojans beat Mt. Shasta 78-66 to win the Division 5 State Championship. It was the program’s 2nd state title and first in 31 years

 

 

DIVISION 5

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Liberty Ranchos Hawks beat the Firebaugh Eagles 65-46. MVP Makani Whiteside scored 38 points for the Hawks

PAG METER CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
SPECIAL AWARDS

 

PAG METER TEAM OF THE YEAR

IMMANUEL EAGLES

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The Eagles are the Division 3 Champions and that’s good for a 6-peat. It seem like every year the Eagles start out slow and then the Eagles get hot at playoff time. The Eagles finish the year at 26-9 and the Northern Division 4 State Champions

 

PAG METER PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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COLE ANDERSON, Sophomore, Clovis West Golden Eagles
The future is bright for one of the best pure shooters in the country. Cole averaged 21 PPG for the Central Section Champions! Scored 699 points on the year and for his 2-year career, Cole has now scored 1,203 points. Cole was named the TRAC MVP and 1st Team All State as a sophomore. Cole was chosen to attend the Top 100 Camp at the University of Virginia! It’s a camp for the 100 best players in the country. WOW!!! Could Cole be leaving Clovis West? Stay tuned

 

 
PAG METER SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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EDWARD TURNER, Senior, Foothill Trojans
Edward “Squid” Turner had one heck of a 4 year career for the Trojans. Turner was the team leader in helping the Trojans win the Division 4 section Championship and the Division 5 State Champions. Turner averaged 17.5 points and almost 10 rebounds along with 5 blocked shots per game

 

PAG METER COACH OF THE YEAR

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VANCE WALBERG, Clovis West Golden Eagles
When the season started, the Golden Eagles had one returning player and that was sophomore Cole Anderson. That means Coach Vance had his work cut out. The key question for the Golden Eagles players every year… will they buy into the legend Vance Walberg philosophy? The 2016 and 2017 teams did not buy in and the Golden Eagles fell apart at playoff time. Those teams were mentally weak. This 2018-2019 team bought in early and the Golden Eagles won the Central Section Championship with a pure team concept. The Golden Eagles were also the TRAC champs (9-1) and finished the year with a 30-4 record

 

PAG METER OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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MAKANI WHITESIDE, Senior, Liberty Madera Hawks
When Makani Whiteside showed up from a national power Taft in Woodland Hills, the Hawks became an instant contender. Makani led the Central Section in scoring averaging 29.3 PPG. The Hawks won the division 5 section championship and their 1st Section Championship in school history. In the championship game at Selland Arena, Whiteside scored 38 points and the Hawks beat Firebaugh 65-46. Finished the year at 28-5. Next stop will be USTA (University of Texas San Antonio)
PAG METER DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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GRANT HIGHSTREET, Senior, Central Valley Christian Cavaliers
One of the best all around players in the section who can shoot 3’s or pound it inside. Grant is also one of the best multi sports athletes who averaged 19 points, 14 rebounds per game. Grant was named as a Division 4 All-State selection, and he repeated as Central Sequoia Defensive Player of the Year. Highstreet was also one heck of a football player for the division 4 section champion Cavaliers. He was 1st team All-CSL selection 3 times, as well as a 2-time All-League selection in football. Next stop for the 6’5 star will be playing basketball for the Fresno Pacific University Sunbirds
PAG METER UNDERCLASSMEN OF THE YEAR

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TYUS PARRISH-TILLMAN, Freshmen, Fresno Christian Eagles
A star is born with 6’6 Tyus Parrish-Tillman. The Eagles will be the team to beat as long as Tillman is on the court. He averaged 17 points and 12 rebounds per game. The sky’s the limit for Tyus

 

 

 

PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION FIRST TEAM ALL STARS
ALEX VILLI, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Scored 42 points in the Central Section Valley Championship game and got better and better every game. Next stop for the TRAC All Star will be Metropolitan State University of Denver

 

 
ISAIAH HILL, Senior, Liberty Patriots
Isaiah did so much to keep this team together especially with the Patriots coaching issues. Hill was runner up for Pag Meter Player of the year and finished his 3-year career scoring 1,822 points. His season total for points (677) and career points scored are school records. One of the best 3 point shooters will be playing for Tulsa University

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRYAN SMITH, Senior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
Smith at 6’5 did it all for the Eagles scoring inside, rebounding, shooting 3’s….The Mountain League MVP averaging 21 ppg and helped winning the Mountain League Championship

 

 

 
KADAR WALLER, Senior, Bakersfield Christian Eagles
The South Yosemite League co-Player of the Year led the Eagles with 21 points per game. 

 

 

 

TEIQUAN RUSH, Senior, Bullard Knights
Teiquan has so much talent and when he turns it on, he can play with anybody. Rush led the Knights to two straight heartbreaking losses at Selland Arena

 

 

 

 

SHAWNO ROBERTS, Senior, Clovis East T Wolves
Shawno is one of the best and hard working players in the section. The TRAC All Star averaged 21 PPG and also one of the best defensive players in the section.
Next stop will be the University of Antelope Valley and the Pioneers are getting a good one

 

 

 

 

MIKEY FICHER, Sophomore, Tulare Western Mustangs
Outstanding athlete that also plays running back /defensive back for the Mustangs football team. He averaged 22 PPG and the next 2 years should be fantastic

 

 

 

 

BRAXTON MEAH, Junior, Memorial Panthers
A different player in the 2nd half of the year. He played way more physical inside at 7 ft. tall! There is a real good chance that Braxton will graduate early and not be back at Memorial. Look for him a college roster somewhere

 

 

 

 

 

SHANNON FERGUSON, Senior, North Stars
One of the best to play at North in a while. The 2-sport athlete averaged 25.4 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. Named the Southeast Yosemite League co-MVP. Ferguson set school records with 48 points and 11 made 3-pointers against East on Jan. 11. Shannon was also one heck of a QB and DB for the Stars football team

 

 
PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION 2ND TEAM ALL STARS
ELIJAH CARTER, Senior, Independence Falcons
Had one heck of a career for Falcons who averaged 16 points and 9 rebounds per game

 

 

 

DANTE CHACHERE, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Dante was the most improved player in the Section! Once football ended he started cranking up basketball. Dante made the shot that helped the Golden Eagles win the Central Section Championship. With 3.2 seconds to go, Dante drove the length of the floor and scored to force double overtime! Next stop for the outstanding multi sports star will be Portland State as a Quarterback. Keep an eye on Dante at the next level because he’s only getting started

 

 

 

 

NICO THOMAS, Junior, Roosevelt Rough Riders
Will be up for Pag Meter Player of the year or Offensive Player of the year his senior year because he is that good! Nico averaged 18 PPG and will have the Rough Riders ready for a Section Championship run

 

 

 

 

JUSTIN HUELSKAMP, Senior, Memorial Panthers
One of the best players in the 2nd half the year. Justin was the MVP in the Championship game at Selland Arena for the back to back Division 2 Section Champions. Memorial had plenty of stars and any other team in the Section, Justin would have averaged 25 PPG. The lefty can flat out shoot and the next stop will be playing basketball at TCU (Texas Christian University)

 

 

 

 

ROBERT HUTCHENS, Junior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
Will have the Eagles ready to win the Mountain League his senior year. I’m looking for The ML All Star to be a 1st team Pag Meter All Star next year

 

 

 
ANTHONY VALENCIA, Senior, Mt Whitney Pioneers
He was the WYL Player of the year averaging 18 PPG. Tremendous career for the Pioneers who was also outstanding at Wide Receiver for the Pioneers football team

 

 

 
JORDAN RODRIGUEZ, Senior, Immanuel Eagles
A big part of the Eagles winning the Division 3 Section Championship. Jordan averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per game

 

 
JERMAL PITTMAN, Junior, Clovis East T Wolves
Tremendous year and watch out for Jermal his senior year because he will have the T Wolves a contender to win it all. Plays fantastic defense along with a huge threat on offense

 

 

 

 

 

 

CALEB WHALEN, Senior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
Senior leader and outstanding on both sides of the ball for the Mountain League All Star

 

 

 
WILLIAM WIGGINS, Junior, Clovis East T Wolves
One of the smartest players in the Section and the Team leader at point guard. He will come into next year as one of the best PG in the section. William can score and also one of the top players in the section for assist and steals

 

 

 

 

 

DAVID WHATLEY, Junior, Bakersfield Drillers
The SWYL MVP averaged 12 points/10 rebounds per game. Davis will come in as the team leader for the Drillers his senior year

 

 

 

 

 

GAGE GOMEZ, Junior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
The lefty sharpshooter will be the best on the Central Coast his senior year. The Mountain League All Star averaged 22 PPG

 

 

 
CHRIS ESTRADA, Senior, Bullard Knights
Outstanding career for the senior leader. The CMAC All Star averaged 21 PPG

 

 

 

 

CAMERON STANLEY, Senior, Sanger Apaches
Tremendous career for the CMAC All Star averaging 19 PPG

 

 

 

 

 

KEVON TRAVIS, Sophomore, Edison Tigers
A star is born and the Tigers have a good for new head coach Jervis Cole

 

 

 

 

JUSTIN PARKS, Junior, Bullard Knights
Will be one of the best in the Central Section his senior year. When Justin is on the floor the Knights dominate. The CMAC All Star is strong in the paint

 

 

 

 

 

CALEB WHALEN, Senior, Arroyo Grande Eagles
Senior leader and outstanding on both sides of the ball for the Mountain League All Star

 

 
PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION 3RD TEAM ALL STARS

ELIJAH SEALES, Senior, Foothill Trojans
Leaves with a division 4 section Championship Ring and State Championship ring.
The new Trojan averaged 12 PPG

 

 

 

 

CEDRIC AYERS, Senior, Sunnyside, Wildcats
The North Yosemite MVP averaged 21 PPG

 

 

 
JACOB SHUBIN, Senior, Kerman Lions
Lead the Central Section in rebounds averaging 16 per game

 

 

 

 
STEPHEN PERRY, Senior, Clovis North Broncos
The TRAC All Star was a wild streaky shooter. When he got hot he would hit from anywhere on the floor….literally

 

 

 

 
GRAYSON CARPER, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
He played tremendous defense for the Central Section Champions. One of the smartest players and team leader

 

 

 

KAINOA KEUMA, Senior, St. Joseph Knights
Team leader at point guard that averaged 16 PPG

ANGEL ORTIZ, Sophomore, St Joseph Knights
The Knights are in good hands at point guard the next 2 years. Angel led the Knights in scoring at 15.2 points per game

 

 

 

 

KALEB DAGLISH, Senior, Immanuel Eagles
The senior leader got hot at the end of the year and was a big part of the Eagles winning the division 3 Section Championship. He averaged 13 points and 9 rebounds per game

 

 

 

 

 

CARSON LEEDOM, Junior, San Luis Obispo Tigers
This Mountain League All Star will be one of the best on the Central Coast for his senior year

 

 

 

 

 

JOSEPH HUNTER, Freshmen, Memorial Panthers
A Star is born! Will be one of the best players in the state the next 3 years. Any other team but SJM and Jo Jo would have been All State

 

 

 

 

 

JUSTIN COLE, Senior, Central Grizzlies
The senior leader on a very young team that averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds per game

 

 
TERRI MILLER, Senior, Clovis North Broncos
The best post up player in the Central Section

 

 

PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION HONORABLE MENTION

Hector Guillen, Junior, Dos Palos Broncos
Blake Crookshanks, Senior, Exeter Monarchs
Zach Neely – Senior, Immanuel Christian Crusaders
Hareez Hussein, Senior, Riverdale Cowboys
Carson Verhoeven, Senior, Hanford Bullpups
Josh Geary, junior, Bakersfield Drillers
Aymar Cazares, senior, Mira Monte Lions
Isaiah Hughes, senior, Garces Rames
Mason Parks – Senior, Sierra Chieftains
Cameron Jarmon, Senior, Cal City Ravens
Tymer Mitchell, senior,North Stars
Josh Magana, Junior, Dinuba Emperors
Winston Williams, Sophomore, Immanuel Eagles
Dylan Self, senior, Taft Wildcats
Jaleel Walker – senior, Desert Scorpions
Juavon Watts-Brown, Junior, Hanford Bullpups
Steven Vasquez, Sophomore, St Joseph Knights
Eric Hernandez, Senior, Mission Oak Hawks
Daniel Hyun, junior, Morro Bay Pirates
Madetoneyo Mays, Junior, Cal City Ravens
Josiah James, senior, Hanford West Huskies

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