These five high school boys basketball players make up the Free Press’ All-Tournament team following the weekend’s state championships:
Josh McFolley, Detroit Western: The Detroit Mercy signee scored 11 points with five rebounds in the semifinals and then the 6-foot-1 guard scored 19 points with five rebounds, five assists and six steals in a 62-59 win over Saginaw Arthur Hill to give Western its first Class A title.
Jason Whitens, Powers North Central: The 6-4 sophomore guard had 16 points, nine rebounds and nine assists in 23 minutes in the semifinals and then hit 9 of 12 shots for 19 points, seven rebounds and four assists in a 67-47 win for its first Class D title since 1984.
Cedric Moten, Flint Beecher: The 6-2 senior hit 9 of 11 shots for 18 points in 22 minutes in the semifinals and came back to hit 11 of 13 shots for 24 points and seven rebounds in 25 minutes as Beecher captured its third Class C championship in four years.
Delaney Blaylock, Wyoming Godwin Heights: After scoring 19 points with 12 rebounds in the semifinals, the 6-3 Lewis (Ill.) University commit scored 19 points with 10 rebounds in an 85-68 victory over Detroit Henry Ford for the Class B title.
Sammy Toins, Flint Beecher: The senior guard connected on 6 of 8 three-point shots in a 20-point effort in the semifinals and followed with five more three-point shots as Beecher defeated NorthPointe Christian, 78-52, win claim the Class C title.