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Bobcats, Bucks land pair on first team

BUCHANAN — The top three teams in the BCS Athletic Conference Red Division each had two players named first-team on the boys basketball team.

Division champion Brandywine had Kendall Chrismon and Jordan Abrams receive first-team honors, while second-place finisher Buchanan landed Logan Carson and Chris Young on the first team. Carson, who averaged 15.3 points per game, was named the Red Division’s Most Valuable Player. Young finished second in the area in scoring with an average of 15.5 points.

Chrismon was fifth in area scoring with an average of 15.3. Abrams was sixth in the area at 11.8.

Bridgman, which shared second place with the Bucks, had Hunter Adams and Jayce Warren named first-team.

Honorable mention selections for the Bobcats were Carson Knapp, Caleb Byrd and Shane Brown.

Honorable mention picks for the Bucks were Gavin Fazi and Brad VanOverberghe.


BCS boys basketball

Red Division All-Conference

First team

• Logan Carson, Buchanan

Chris Young, Buchanan

Hunter Adams, Bridgman

Kendall Chrisman, Brandywine

Tony Williams, Parchment

Andre Whiteside, Parchment

Jordan Abrams, Brandywine

Jayce Warren, Bridgman

Jackson Glanzer, Berrien Springs

• Most Valuable Player

Honorable mention

Carson Knapp, Brandywine

Israel Patterson, Comstock

Caleb Byrd, Brandywine

Luke Blesy, Bridgman

Jackson Schmaltz, Bridgman

Gavin Fazi, Buchanan

Brad Vanoverberghe, Buchanan

Byron Tate, Berrien Springs

Dalton Wilkins, Comstock

Shane Brown, Brandywine


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