The Free Press’ All-East boys basketball team

The Free Press’ All-East boys basketball team

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The Free Press’ All-East boys basketball team

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Justin Greason

Utica Eisenhower

6-10, SENIOR CENTER

His guards sometimes struggled to get him the ball, but he still had a dominant season, averaging 21 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.4 blocks. Shot 72% from the field.

Coach David Schwesinger: “Justin was a dominant force for us offensively and defensively. While carrying the load of the scoring at the offensive end, he also was blocking and changing shots on defense, which allowed us to be more aggressive.”

Alex Hagel

Macomb Dakota

6-5, Sr. F

Averaged 15 points and eight rebounds as the Cougars won a district title, posted a 12-0 record in the MAC Red and finished 21-3.

Coach Paul Tocco: “Alex plays the game with an incredible amount of passion and intensity. Alex is a very efficient post player and a great outside shooter.”

Dmonta Harris

New Haven

6-4, Sr. G (captain)

Put together a spectacular season as New Haven lost just once, in the quarterfinals to Detroit Henry Ford. Averaged 20.5 points, 12.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.8 steals. Harris is an excellent scorer, tough to defend in transition and a strong rebounder.

Coach Tedaro France II: “Dmonta had four games this year when he scored 30 or more points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Dmonta is blessed with great gifts that he is able to display through the game of basketball. A natural leader both on and off the court who is a true definition of a student-athlete. He has a great work ethic.”

Kevin McKay

Warren De La Salle

6-4, Jr. G-F

Averaged 20 points in the regular season, and was even better in the playoffs, scoring 38 against Hazel Park and averaging 31. Averaged two blocks and seven rebounds while guarding the opponent’s best perimeter player. Topped 1,000 career points in the districts, becoming the fastest Pilot to reach that mark.

Coach Greg Esler: “Kevin can get to the basket as well as anybody I have ever coached. His talent level makes him a serious contender for Mr. Basketball.”

Jermaine Jackson Jr.

Macomb Dakota

5-8, So. G

After a great freshman season at Mt. Clemens, Jackson transferred to Dakota, where he averaged 16 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals, Posted a 3.3 grade-point average.

Coach Paul Tocco: “Jermaine is a very skilled point guard that has an excellent understanding and awareness of the game. Not only is he our leading scorer, but his work ethic is second to none. He has become our leader on and off the court.”

Coach of the year

Tedaro France II, New Haven

Second team

Vince Ramaci, Sterling Heights Stevenson

Malcolm Cohen, Warren Michigan Collegiate

Steven Lloyd, Chippewa Valley

Andre Johnson, L’Anse Creuse North

Darius Jordan, Warren Woods Tower

Third team

Austin Sherrell, New Haven

Damon Tillman, South Lake

Devin Felts, Mt. Clemens

Julian Moore, Warren Lincoln

Parish Robinson, Clintondale

Honorable mention

Sean Bunting, Chippewa Valley

Brand Sorenson, Romeo

Charles Penn, Macomb Dakota

D’Laino Paige, Warren Mott

Jake Bradsher, Eisenhower

Andrae Powell, L’Anse Creuse North

Drew Arft, Lutheran North

Jamesen McHale, Lutheran North

Jack Ballantyne, De La Salle

Tim Herd, Grosse Pointe North

Tavin Allison, L’Anse Creuse

Luke Lamoreaux, Stevenson

Donnie Schuster, Utica Ford

Mitchell Zacharias, GP North

Max Cook, L’Anse Creuse

Zavon Godwin, Roseville

Ryan DiCiacca, Roseville

Mark Hill, Stevenson

Sammy Rizzo, Utica Ford

Parker Chmiel, Utica

Samuel Hunter, Grosse Pointe South

Tino DeJesus, Anchor Bay

Daniel Miller, Mt. Clemens

Shawn Jackson, Fraser

Joe Brown, Utica

Joshua Mills, Mt. Clemens

Matt Harper, Fraser

Charles Frazier, Warren Woods Tower

Josh Harris, New Haven

Marcus Panyek, Warren Lincoln

David Shipp, Lake Shore

Chris Still, Center Line

Anthony Morgan, South Lake

Josh Jackson, Clintondale

Tyler James, Lake Shore

Von Johnson, Clintondale

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