De Pere senior Brevin Pritzl was named to the first team of the the Associated Press all-state boys basketball team.
Pritzl was one of four area players recognized in the AP all-state voting.
West De Pere senior Cody Schwartz was voted to the third team. Ashwaubenon senior Kyle Monroe and Seymour senior Jose Alicia received honorable mention.
Whitefish Bay Dominican senior Diamond Stone was voted state player of the year after leading the Knights to a fourth straight WIAA Division 4 state title.
Steven Point’s Scott Anderson was named coach of the year. The Panthers won the Division 1 state title, which was the program’s first since 1994.
Pritzl averaged 25.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.9 steals per game to lead De Pere to a sixth straight Fox River Classic Conference title.
The University of Wisconsin recruit was the FRCC’s leading scorer this season. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard finished his prep career as the Redbirds’ all-time leading scorer with 1,720 points.
Schwartz, the Bay Conference player of the year, led West De Pere to the Division 2 state tournament for a second straight year. The 6-foot-8 San Jose State recruit led the league by averaging 20.6 points per game and finished his prep career as the Phantom’s all-time leading scorer with 1,639 points.
Monroe, who was named FRCC co-player of the year with Pritzl, averaged 22.3 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game this season.
Alicia helped the Thunder win a sixth Bay Conference title in seven years by averaging 16.7 points per game.
ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-STATE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
Diamond Stone*, sr., Whitefish Bay Dominican; Henry Ellenson*, sr., Rice Lake; Brevin Pritzl, sr., De Pere; Matt Heldt, sr., Neenah; Trev Anderson, jr., Stevens Point.
Sam Hauser, jr., Stevens Point; Juwan McCloud, jr., Germantown; Darrell Riley, sr., Milwaukee North; Billy Wampler, sr., Eau Claire Regis; Andre Brown, sr., Kenosha Indian Trail.
Drew Fredrickson, sr., Mount Horeb; James Gollon, sr., Stevens Point Pacelli; Jaylen Key, sr., Homestead; Levi Bradley, sr., Milwaukee Pius; Cody Schwartz, sr., West De Pere.
Lewrenzo Byers, sr., Brown Deer; Brandon Key, sr., West Allis Central; Deantae Woods, sr., Racine Horlick; Shareef Smith, sr., Madison Memorial; Canon O’Heron, sr., Bangor;