Noah Baker, senior, Spring-Ford
Manny Clark, senior, Pottsgrove
David Duda, senior, Methacton
Xavier Mayo, senior, Hill School
Tyler Strechay, senior, Perkiomen Valley
Jeff Woodward, junior, Methacton
Floyd Dashiell, senior, Pottstown
Caleb Dorsey, junior, Hill School
Gabe Dorsey, sophomore, Hill School
Chaunce Johnson, senior, Daniel Boone
Tautvydas Kupstas, senior, Perkiomen School
Erik Timko, junior, Methacton
Boyertown: Hunter Borgmann
Hill School: Justin Adedinsewo
Methacton: Brett Eberly
Norristown: Mickeel Allen, Xavier Edwards, Nizer Kinney, Tyler Lyons
Owen J. Roberts: Sa’Vaughn Davidheiser
Perkiomen School: Niels Lane
Perkiomen Valley: Zach Krause, AJ Hansen
Phoenixville: K.J. Quinn, Dylan Clark
Pope John Paul II: Drew McKeon, Sean Bustynowicz, Justin Green
Pottsgrove: Khaliym Smith, Justin Robinson
Pottstown: Donovan Towson, Robert Burress
Spring-Ford: Robert Bobeck, Ryan Hagan
Upper Merion: Chris Clark, Nicholas Sheppard
Upper Perkiomen: Hunter Flack
COACH OF THE YEAR
Jeff Derstine, Methacton
In his ninth season at the helm of the Warriors’ program, Derstine led Methacton to its second straight Pioneer Athletic Conference championship, becoming the first team to accomplish the feat in 19 years. After the Warriors made their second ever run to the district quarterfinals, Methacton won its second and third ever state playoff games to advance to the PIAA Class 6A quarterfinals for the first time in school history, where they fell to eventual state champion Pennridge on a buzzer beater.
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