Antonio Bett, 6-4 sr., Elkhart Lake
Bett led all Sheboygan Press Media coverage area scorers with 21.6 points per game this season. … He was a unanimous first-team all-Central Lakeshore Conference pick, and earned an honorable mention nod to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division 5 All-State Team. … He scored 38 points and hauled in 15 rebounds in arguably his best performance of the year in a win against Ozaukee in February. … Finished the season with 476 points — second in the CLC, behind only Tyler Zastrow’s 545 — and finished his career with 912 points.
Austin Edge, 6-0 sr., Howards Grove
Edge was a regular force for the Tigers this season, averaging 14.0 points per game and finishing the year with 294 points. … He earned a first-team all-CLC pick after having his best offensive season as a senior. … He put up a career-high 24 points in a playoff-opening win in February against Random Lake. … Finished career with 609 points.
Owen Miller, 6-0 jr., Ozaukee
Miller was the clear scoring leader for the Warriors, averaging a team-high 15.3 points per game, while also dishing out 5.0 assists and hauling in 4.8 rebounds per game. … He drained a career-high 28 points in a WIAA Division 4 regional semifinal loss to Oshkosh Lourdes in February. … Earned a nod to the all-CLC first team. … Enters his senior season with 677 points, 178 rebounds.
TJ Pitsch, 5-10 jr., Sheb. South
Averaged a team-best 9.4 points per game and finished the season with 47 rebounds, 31 assists and a team-high 22 steals to help push the Redwings into a tie for fifth place in the Fox River Classic Conference. … He had his best performance of the season in December, when he posted 20 points in a win against Milwaukee Tech. … Was a nod to the all-FRCC second team, and enters his senior season with 390 points.
Caleb Kelley, 6-0 jr., Sheb. Christian
Kelley carved out a leadership role as a junior after averaging 15.0 points per game and scoring a team-high 314 points to help lead the Eagles. … He drained 22 points in multiple games, including a playoff win against Oakfield in February, and in a close loss to Oostburg in the regular season. … Was indomitable in a playoff loss to eventual Division 5 state qualifier Sheboygan Lutheran, dumping in a game-high 17 points in the regional championship. … Earned a first-team all-CLC nod. … Enters his senior season with 735 points.
Andrew Telschow, 6-2 sr., Oostburg
Telschow was his team’s second-leading scorer with 9.9 points per game and was a key factor in pushing the Flying Dutchmen to a 12-4 conference record and a second-place finish in the CLC. … He scored a career-high 20 points and hauled in eight rebounds in probably his single best game of the season in February in a regular-season win against Sheboygan Christian. … Was a second-team all-CLC pick. … Finished career with 366 points.