Left To Right:
Carter Chase, So. Grant- Can shoot with the best and handle the ball efficiently and effectively. Good basketball instincts and if left alone he will burn the nets with regularity.
Tyler Naffziger, Sr. Grant- Naffziger is one of those players who can put a team on his back and will them to a win. Against Fremont in the District Finals he kept breathing life into the Tiger hopes and single-handedly took a 10 point lead down to 3 in the space of 30 seconds.Great skills and a true battler.
Steven Holt So. White Cloud- He makes his team better. Holt can score and defend and plays smart basketball. He got better as the season progressed and so did the Indians.
Ben Schmidt, Sr. Fremont- The proverbial straw stirring the drink, Schmidt was all go all the time. His passing ability is a thing of beauty and he is unafraid to knock down a three when needed.
Logan Karnemaat, Jr. Fremont- Can dominate a game from the inside like no other in the area. His improvement from last year to this has been huge, primarily in his ability to thwart the efforts by opponents to get him in foul trouble. He turned shot blocking into an art form this season.
Calvin Miller, Jr. Fremont- A banger with a nice scoring touch. Teaming with Karnemaat they held opponents off the boards and Miller seemed to smell an opening when he had the ball in his hands.
Connor Swinehart Jr. Newaygo- An absolute force on the court he can score and defend against taller foes and his athleticism allows him to clean up a lot of glass on both ends. Deceptive quickness gets him a lot of points.
Mitch Karrip, Sr. Newaygo- When he’s hot from outside forget about it. He can burn it from another zip code if needed and draws out the defense to allow the Lion inside game to flourish.
Cooper Heinzman, Sr Newaygo - Plays with absolute passion and leaves it all on the court. Heinzman is one of those players whose accomplishments aren’t reflected in the stats. He bothers opponents with his in-your-shirt defense, sets a mean pick and knows how to win A fearless competitor.
Bryce Hallman, Sr. Tri County- The Vikings didn’t win a game but you would not know that by watching Hallman and his teammates competing. He was the leader who kept his team grinding through a struggling season and his points came despite being the focus of every team’s defense every game.