Mercury All-Area 2014-2015 Selections


Justin Ardman, Methacton

Senior … Forward/Guard … All-Area Honorable Mention selection last season. … First Team All-PAC 10 selection. … One of four players on Methacton roster that averaged over 10 points per game (13.7 ppg). … Finished with 20+ points seven times this season including a 24-point effort in the PAC-10 Championship game, leading Warriors to first PAC-10 title in three seasons. Helped guide the team to second-ever PIAA berth and was part of a team that advanced the furthest in PIAA-AAAA playoffs in school history.

Rich Duvivier, Pottstown

Senior … Guard … First Team All-PAC 10 selection. … Guard led the PAC-10 in ppg (22.8) and 3-pointers (62). … Finished season with 501 points. … Scored 20+ points 15 times this season including a season-best 38 points in a game against Spring-Ford midway through the year.

Mike Fowler, Pottsgrove

Senior … Guard … First Team All-PAC 10 selection. … All-Area Football Player of the Year this fall. … Versatile player who won many battles on the court due to extreme athleticism. … Averaged 12.1 ppg in helping lead Pottsgrove to first PAC-10 title game … Scored season-best 21 points in team’s victory over Abington, one that sprung team to 10-4 record to close out regular season.

Christian Kelly, Phoenixville

Junior … Forward … First Team All-PAC 10 selection. … Mercury All-Area Player of the Year. … 6-3 forward was critical reason to Phantoms success in the first season under head coach Eric Burnett. … Led team to District 1 berth in team’s first season in the AAAA classification. … Kelly finished second in the PAC-10 in points per game (21.9) and finished with four games with 30+ points. … Scored in double digits in 25 of the team’s 26 games including a 21-point effort in the Phantoms victory over Souderton in the District 1-AAAA opening round.

Chris McCarthy, Methacton

Senior … Forward … First Team All-PAC 10 selection. … 6-6 forward brought added physicality to an incredibly deep Warriors starting five. … Averaged 13.1 ppg including four games of 20+ points. … Went through a nine-game stretch of scoring in double figures and scored 20 points in a PAC-10 semifinal victory over Phoenixville. Along with Ardman, helped guide Methacton to PAC-10 title and the team’s second-ever PIAA berth.


Seth Stankiewicz, Hill School, Jr.

James Fives, Hill School, Sr.

Tyler Krause, Perkiomen Valley, Sr.

Bryant Quill, Pottstown, Sr.

Sean Mann, Methacton, Sr.

Ryan Corcoran, Spring-Ford, Sr.

Jaden Wade, Pottsgrove, Sr.


Boyertown: Kyle Dennin, Jerry Kapp.

Daniel Boone: Ryan Okuniewski.

Hill School: Bryce Allen.

Methacton: Tom Dyer, T.J. Tornetta.

Owen J. Roberts; Ryan Michener.

Perkiomen School: Martynas Simanavicius.

Perkiomen Valley: Justin Jaworski.

Phoenixville: DeAndre Gadsden.

Pope John Paul II: Mike Cianciulli, Nick Giampietro.

Pottsgrove: Deyon Doctor, Anthony Hedgepeth.

Pottstown: Jayce Beasley.

Spring-Ford: Jake Freedman, Matt Gnias.

Upper Perkiomen: Ryan Kendra.

West-Mont Christian: Devon Jackson, Kyle Stroble.


Jeff Derstine, Methacton

Guided team to 25-6 overall record and first PAC-10 title in three seasons. … Team advanced to PIAA-AAAA tournament for second time in school history and topped Whitehall in the opening round garnering the school’s first-ever second round appearance.

— Compiled by Sam Stewart


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