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Rasheed Moore of Meyers basketball.Don Carey Times Leader Photo
Rasheed Moore of Meyers basketball.Don Carey Times Leader Photo
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Isaiah Francis

GAR – Junior

All-WVC second-team selection last season. … Selected as the Division III MVP by coaches … One of the WVC’s top athletes who brought versatility to the lineup. … Three-year starter who led the team with 14.2 average. … Recorded 170 rebounds, 80 steals, 53 assists and 21 blocks for WVC Division II champions.


Christian Skrepenak


GAR – Senior


Biggest player in the league at 6-foot-10, 330 pounds. … Four-year starter who improved dramatically as a senior. … Averaged 12.6 points in WVC play. … Grabbed 240 rebounds and blocked 68 shots. … Posted a triple-double vs. Lake-Lehman that included 11 blocked shots. … All-WVC in football as well.


Chris Fazzini


Crestwood – Junior


Third Fazzini brother to earn all-WVC distinction. … Excellent all-around player who was comfortable inside or on the perimeter. … Led the team in WVC games with a 14.8 scoring average. … Averaged seven rebounds per game and shot 53 percent from the field. … Connected on 64 percent of his free throws and averaged three assists.


Pete Borum


Lake-Lehman – Junior


The 6-foot-6, 305-pounder displayed outstanding movement skills despite his size. … Strong inside player who averaged a double-double as he led WVC Division II in scoring with a 17.3 average while grabbing 13.1 rebounds per game. … Helped the Black Knights post their second non-losing season after 17 consecutive finishes under .500. … Also earned all-WVC honors in football as a lineman.


Sal Biasi


Hazleton Area – Junior


Second-team all-WVC last season. …. Led the entire WVC in scoring with a 28.0 average. … Division I MVP who led his team to the divisional championship. … Also led the Cougars in assists (114), steals (50), three-pointers (70) and free-throw percentage (83%). Third on the team in rebounds with 95. Scored in double figures in all 22 games he played. Scored his 1,000th career point.


Jaquan Ingram


Wyoming Valley West – Senior


The 6-foot-6 center was considered one of the fiercest inside players in the WVC. … Excelled at rebounding, pulling down 13 boards a game. … Also added four blocks per game. … Paced the team with a 15.9 scoring average. … Tremendous leaping ability led to some impressive dunks throughout the season.


Ryan Krawczeniuk


Meyers – Senior


Two-time All-WVC and Division III Co-MVP. … Times Leader Co-Player of the Year. … Four-year starter led the division with 19.0 points per game. … Led Meyers in assists (111) and steals (84) and was third in rebounding with 120 boards. … Shot 36 percent from three-point range and 56 percent inside the arc. … Shot 77 percent from the free-throw line.


Rasheed Moore


Meyers – Senior


Two-time All-WVC and Division III Co-MVP. … Times Leader Co-Player of the Year. … Athletic and physical 6-foot-6 four-year starter who led Meyers with 239 rebounds and 86 blocked shots. … Third in steals with 38. … Averaged 16.5 points in WVC play, shooting 60 percent from inside the arc and 63 percent from the foul line.


ALL-WVC SECOND TEAM


Jake Barber`Hanover Area`Sophomore


Brett Barron`Hazleton Area`Junior


Sean Callahan`Wyoming Seminary`Sophomore


Mason Gross`Pittston Area`Junior


Mike Maleshefski`Nanticoke`Junior


Nate Oliver`Coughlin`Senior


Brian Stephenson`Tunkhannock`Senior


Tyriek Steward`Meyers`Junior


 
 
 
 
 
 
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