Clark unanimously selected
The Greenwood Wildcats came in first place in the Tri-Valley League West division with a 12-4 record and scored three all-star selections in Aaron Morder, Luke Myers and Andrew Loy.
Morder, a senior, was the lone Wildcat to be selected to the first team. Morder was sixth among the league’s scoring leaders with 226 points. He averaged 14.13 points per game. Morder also had 16 blocks and shot 74.47 percent at the free-throw line in league competition.
“Aaron has been a consistantly good player on both sides of the ball throughout his career,” Greenwood coach Troy Gantt said. “He often guards the opposing teams best player and has held many well below their season average.”
Myers ended his senior campaign seventh in league play with 222 total points (13.88 per game), was fourth in assists with 70. He had 40 steals, 91 rebounds and 38 three-pointers.
“Luke’s leadership throughout the season has been a key to our success and can’t be overstated,” Gantt said. “He is our floor general. His presence on the floor has made my job as a first year head coach much easier.”
The last of the senior trio, Loy, was second in three point percentage at 48.39, made 30 three-pointers as well as shot 74.07 percent at the line. He was also tied for most three-pointers made in a single game with six.
“Andy’s offensive production has been a pleasant surprise this season and a product of his commitment to improving his game in the off season,” Gantt said. “His added offensive production has been a necessary part of our success.”
Juniata placed second in the West division with a 9-7 record and got a unanimous first team selection in Bryson Clark.
Clark, a senior, finished fourth in league scoring with 233 total points. He averaged 14.56 points per game, had 50 assists, was second in 3-pointers made with 41 and had a free-throw percentage of 73.08.
“Bryson was a four year starter for me, he was a leader on and off the floor,” Indians coach Al Ream said. “Just a complete all round player. I just can’t say enough about his leadership skills with the younger players. Not only is he a good basketball player, he is a very good young man. Every year there is a young player that graduates that every coach would like to come back and he is one of those players.”