2013-14 ALL-USA Wisconsin Boys Basketball Team

2013-14 ALL-USA Wisconsin Boys Basketball Team


2013-14 ALL-USA Wisconsin Boys Basketball Team


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Coach of the Year

Kelly Appleby, Brown Deer
Has put together an impressive résumé since being promoted from freshman to varsity coach three years ago. The Falcons are 59-18 (.766) during that stretch with back-to-back Woodland East Division titles. This year Appleby and his staff blended a roster that had just two returning players and won the school's first state title.

First Team

G Riley LaChance, Brookfield Central, 6-2, Sr. 
A multi-year standout, LaChance poured in 23 points per game leading the Lancers to a Greater Metro title and an undefeated regular season.  He signed with Vanderbilt University.

G Brady Ellingson, Hamilton (Sussex), 6-4, Sr. 
Considered one of the state’s best shooters, Ellingson made 62 three-pointers while scoring 25.4 points per game. He made one of the season's most dramatic shots to win a regional final over Kettle Moraine.  He signed with The University of Iowa.

C Kevin Looney, Milwaukee Hamilton, 6-9, Sr. (Player of the Year) 
The player of the year and UCLA recruit did it all for the Wildcats, leading them to the Milwaukee City Conference title averaging 27.9 points, 12.7 rebounds, eight blocks, and seven assists

F Henry Ellenson, Rice Lake, 6-10, Jr. 
A dominating presence since his freshman year at Rice Lake, Ellenson took his game to an even higher level this season. Displaying an outstanding all-around game, he averaged 27.5 points and 13.1 rebounds per contest.

F Sandy Cohen, Seymour, 6-6, Sr. 
Averaged a team high 21.3 points per game leading Seymour to a state sectional appearance while being the first player in Seymour history named to first team all-state honors.

Second Team

G Trevor Anderson, Stevens Point, 6-2, Soph.

G Cam Ward, Marshall, 6-2, Sr.

C Diamond Stone, Whitefish Bay Dominican, 6-10, Jr.

F Matt Heldt, Neenah, 6-10, Jr.

F Jordan Shea, Lodi, 6-4, Sr.


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