Bryce Hastings, Shippensburg: Hastings had a breakout season as a junior point guard for the Greyhounds, earning a spot on the Mid Penn Colonial Division First Team ... He had nearly five assists per game, averaged 14.7 points and grabbed 91 rebounds ... "He did a lot of things for us, not just scoring points," Ship coach Ray Staver said. "We used him as both a shooting guard and moved him up to the point at times. He was solid defensively and really handled the ball well for us."

Devonte Montgomery, Waynesboro: After being a newcomer last season, the senior forward led the Indians with 13.6 points per game while pulling down a team-leading 164 rebounds ... He was a member of the Mid Penn Colonial Division First Team ... "We could see the raw athleticism and skill that he had last year, and it was just a matter of putting it all together," Waynesboro coach Tom Hoffman said. "The great thing about Devonte is trying to guard him — he can attack off the dribble, he can drive and I'm not sure how you can contain him when he's at his best."


Jordan Clingerman, Southern Fulton: Clingerman, a senior center, averaged nearly a double-double with 9.4 boards and 14.3 points per game ... He shot 49.1 percent from the field and was a First Team Sideling Hill League All-Star ... "He's definitely had a great two years for us," Indian coach Kent Hendershot said. "He was very consistent, and even when he didn't have his best offensive game, we could always count on him defensively and rebounding-wise."

Evason Ogbonna, Chambersburg: As a senior forward, Ogbonna shot more than 50 percent from the field to average 14.7 points per game ... He also led the Trojans with 189 rebounds and averaged 3.9 steals per game ... "I would've loved to see what would've happened had he not gotten hurt and missed a couple of games," former Trojan coach Beau Gantz said. "He was on a real roll, and when he got healthy, he came on again a bit. At the beginning of the year, he was blocking shots like crazy."

Tristan Gelvin, Forbes Road: The senior guard finished with 1,127 points for his career, including 15.5 points per game this season ... He also averaged seven rebounds and four assists this season ... "He's been a very good and very unselfish player over the past four years," Cardinal coach Jeff Gelvin said. "He wasn't always as athletic as some of the players he played against, but his work ethic made up for it. The team always came first."

Ryan Hege, James Buchanan: As a sophomore, Hege averaged a double-double with 13.3 points per game and 11.6 rebounds ... The forward also averaged nearly three blocks per game and shot an impressive 58 percent from the field ... "I think it shows Ryan's work ethic," Rocket coach Larry Strawoet said. "He really worked at his game through the offseason, and he moved in the direction that we wanted him to. I think the great thing about Ryan is his willingness to work and be better at what he does."

Walker Bannister, Fannett-Metal: A forward, Bannister finished his career with the Tigers by scoring 391 points in his senior season to finish with 1,203 total ... He averaged 8.7 rebounds and was a member of the Sideling Hill League First Team ... "Walker became our leader on the court by not just scoring but being the vocal leader," Tiger coach Greg Best said. "His scoring average increased because he has become more versatile by playing inside and outside."

Connor Litton, Southern Fulton: The junior point guard was an offensive and defensive spark for the Indians, leading the team in both assists (60) and steals (58) ... As a Sideling Hill Second Team All-Star, Litton averaged 14.2 points and grabbed 167 rebounds ... "The second half of the season, offensively his game really came on and his guarding was a huge part of our success," SF coach Kent Hendershot said. "When we struggled to score, his points were big, and he was capable of doing a lot of things for us both offensively and defensively."

Connor Fetterhoff, Waynesboro: As a junior forward, Fetterhoff solidified a spot on the Mid Penn Colonial Division Second Team with a very well-rounded season ... He scored 280 points, including 42 3-pointers, and notched 48 assists, 35 steals and 93 rebounds ... "To be honest with you, I don't know if I've ever seen a player get off to the kind of start that he did shooting the basketball," Indian coach Tom Hoffman said. "He really likes to rise to the occasion, and we needed every bit of that early on. He really worked hard to make sure he wasn't one dimensional."

— JOSH SANDERS, Cumberland Valley Christian, sr., G

— STANLEY FLORES, Chambersburg, jr., F

— DYLAN GORDON, Southern Fulton, fr., G

— CHASE SHAW, Forbes Road, sr., G

— TIM INGRAM, Waynesboro, sr., F

— SPENCER VAN SCYOC, Shippensburg, sr., F

— JEREMIAH GRAVES, Cumberland Valley Christian, jr., G

— CASEY HOOVER, Greencastle-Antrim, fr., PG

— CHASE NOVAK, McConnellsburg, fr., G

— MIKELL McGEE, Fannett-Metal, fr., G

Chambersburg — Carlin Christian (so., PG); Shippensburg — Cordell Shannon (jr., F); James Buchanan — Grant Buchanan, (sr., G); Waynesboro — Shaq Smith, (sr., G), Seth Hoffman (sr., G); Fannett-Metal — Bryce Chilcote (sr., F), Ben Metcalfe (sr., G); Southern Fulton — Brady Golden (sr., G/F); Forbes Road — Macklin Hawkins (sr., F), Brock Broadwater (jr., F); McConnellsburg — Tyrelle White (jr. F); Cumberland Valley Christian — Conner Chapman (jr., C), Kody Kipe (sr., F); Shalom Christian — Jonah Stains (fr., G); Mercersburg Academy — Mike Collins (sr., F), Teddy Schoeck (jr., G).