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All-Metro second, third teams

03/10/2014, 9:22pm CDT
By Star Tribune

SECOND TEAM

SECOND TEAM

Guards

Matt Ambriz, Woodbury, sr.

The sharpshooter carried over an excellent AAU season into the high school season. Averaged nearly 25 points a night, scored a season-best 36 against Lakeville South.

 

Geno Crandall, DeLaSalle, sr.

The Islanders’ floor general put defenders on their heels. A streaky shooter who created plenty of space. Crandall also posed problems on the defensive end of the floor.

 

Andre Wallace, Eden Prairie, sr.

The school’s second-leading career scorer (1,442 points) averaged 19.1 points, 7.2 rebounds and 5.1 assists as a point guard.

 

Forwards

Sam Neumann, Cretin-Derham Hall, jr.

Had the size at 6-6 to look over defenders and bury the three-pointer. Career 1,000-point scorer averaged 21.1 points and 7.9 rebounds per game.

 

Brennan Witt, Champlin Park, sr.

Tenacious competitor on a balanced team. Witt was active in all aspects of the game, averaging 17 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals.

THIRD TEAM

Guards

Dejon Davis, Bloomington Kennedy, sr.

Jarvis Johnson, DeLaSalle, jr.

Jon Sobaski, Prior Lake, sr.

Forwards

Joe Hanel, Holy Family, sr.

Joey Witthus, Chanhassen, jr.

 

RON HAGGSTROM

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