The All-League selections are out in boys basketball and Pennsbury senior Mark Flagg heads the list of top players in the Suburban One League (SOL) National Conference. Flagg recently wrapped up his career with the Falcons after a District 1 Class 6A Tournament loss to Lower Merion. He will play college hoops at Division I Saint Francis (Loretto, Pa.).
Mark led Pennsbury this season with 18.2 points-per-game, 9.6 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.0 blocks-per-game.
Neshaminy junior Chris Arcidiacono also garnered First Team honors. He led the Skins this year with 21 points-per-game, five rebounds, four assists and two steals-per-game.
Along with Bensalem junior Richard Dean, Abington junior guard Robbie Heath and sophomore forward Eric Dixon made it onto the SOL National Conference First Team. The two players for the Galloping Ghosts tip off in states vs. District 3 rival Central Dauphin East 4 p.m. today at Bensalem High School.
Abington enters the tournament the District 1 6A champ just one year after getting upset in a district playoff opener by Upper Dublin.
The remainder of the all-league selections appear below.
2016-2017 SOL Boys Basketball All-League Selections
Mark Flagg Pennsbury 12
Robbie Heath Abington 11
Richard Dean Bensalem 11
Chris Arcidiacono Neshaminy 11
Eric Dixon Abington 10
Ward Roberts Bensalem 12
Austin Thomas Council Rock South 12
Noah Ehlin Council Rock North 12
Alex Nordenholt Council Rock South 12
Addison Howard Pennsbury 12
Lucas Monroe Abington 10
Zach Tredway Neshaminy 12
Tyler Sessa-Reeves Pennsbury 12
Danell Snelling HS Truman 12
Joseph O’Brien Abington 12
Robert Young Abington 12
Kelechi Ogbonna HS Truman 12
Joey Monaghan Pennsbury 12
James Kosyla Council Rock North 12
Ryan McNamee Council Rock South 12
Mike Bealer SR G
David Giuliani SR F
Matt Pattyson SR G
Sean Yoder SO G
Collin MacAdams JR F
Jake Reichwein JR F
Reece Udinski SR F
Richard Johns SR F
Jonathan Post SO F
Alex Karras SR G
Name Grade Pos.
Nate Robinson JR G
Elijah Seger SR G
Shane McCusker JR G
Chris Coleman JR G
Liam Cooney SR G
Nate Johnston SR F
Kyle Yoder SR F
Ryan Plack SR C
Lance Ford SR G
Matt Cartwright SR G
Sportsmanship Award: William Tennent/CB South
Ahmad Williams 11 Plymouth Whitemarsh
Trevonn Pitts 12 Cheltenham
Clifton Moore 12 Hatboro Horsham
Shane Stone 12 Upper Moreland
Shane Ford 12 Wissahickon
Ahmin Williams 11 Plymouth Whitemarsh
Jay Davis 12 Hatboro Horsham
Jack Clark 11 Cheltenham
Damian Washington 12 Upper Moreland
Matt Walker 12 Plymouth Whitemarsh
Zach Reiner 11 Wissahickon
Ryan Howard 12 Quakertown
Naheem McLeod 10 Plymouth Whitemarsh
Tim Spencer 12 Cheltenham
Ahmad Bickley 11 Cheltenham
Max Rapoport 11 Wissahickon
Cheo Houston 12 Plymouth Whitemarsh
Ryan Coyle 11 Upper Moreland
Chaz Owens 11 Wissahickon
Mike Cottom 12 Upper Dublin
Kyin Healey 10 Cheltenham
JR Grimmage 12 Quakertown
SPORTSMANSHIP: Upper Dublin
TOP PHOTO: Pennsbury senior Mark Flagg, right, has garnered First Team honors for the Suburban One League National Conference. He’s seen here guarded by Cheltenham senior Trevonn Pitts, who earned First Team mention for the American Conference. (Steve Sherman – 21st-Century Media)
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