Nigel Cooke, Spring-Ford
Senior … Guard … All-PAC First Team … Averaged 11.9 points for PAC-10 champion Rams. … Had 20 points in Rams’ victory over Spring Grove in PIAA-AAAA opening round.
Rich Dunham, Pope John Paul II
Senior … Guard … All-PAC First Team … Third in the league in points per game (18.5), leading PJP to PAC-10 semifinals. … Finished sixth in the league in free throw percentage (76.8)
Matt Gnias, Spring-Ford
Senior … Guard … All-PAC First Team … Fifth in the league in points per game (15.7). … Responsible for lifting Rams to PAC-10 title, scoring game-high 24 points. First in league in 3-pointers (70).
Justin Jaworski, Perkiomen Valley
Junior … Guard … All-PAC First Team … Led the charge for Vikings before being ousted in PAC-10 final and District 1-AAAA second round. … Second in league in points per game (19.7) and second in 3-pointers (62).
Ben Longacre, Boyertown
Senior … Forward … All-PAC First Team … Fourth in league in points per game (16). … Hit 38 3-pointers.
Christian Kelly, Phoenixville
Senior … Forward/Guard … All-PAC First Team … All-Area Player of Year. … Averaged league best 23.7 ppg, good for the Top 30 in Souterheastern Pa. … Repeat All-Area POY. … Kutztown commit.
Jerry Kapp, Boyertown
Sophomore … Guard … All-PAC First Team … Battled back from early injury to finish sixth in league in scoring (15.3 ppg). … 53 3-pointers good for third in league.
Sean Owens, Perkiomen Valley
Avery Close, Phoenixville
Nazhir Goldston, Pottsgrove
Ryan Kendra, Upper Perkiomen
Cam Reid, Spring-Ford
Dawson Stuart, Owen J. Roberts
Seth Stankiewicz, Hill School
Bryce Allen, Hill School
Chase Audige, Hill School
Jonas Stakeliunas, Hill School
Ryan Okuniewski, Daniel Boone
Jake Kuhn, Daniel Boone
Devon Jackson, West-Mont Christian
Jeff Conboy, Phoenixville
Shamir Edwards, Pottstown
Bobby Lojewski, Methacton
Marquise McDuffee, Phoenixville
Sean Moriarity, Perkiomen Valley
Larry Wingo, Pottstown
Martynas Simanavicius, Perkiomen School
Ja’Ren Hampton, Perkiomen School
Coach of the Year
Chris Talley, Spring-Ford
Led Rams to PAC-10 Championship victory over Perkiomen Valley and advanced team to PIAA-AAAA playoffs. Rams finished 2015-2016 season with 23-8 overall record.