Zac Noka-Bailey, Chazy- Noka-Bailey joins Guay on the MVAC North Second-Team. Only a sophomore, Noka-Bailey accounted for 10.7 points per game with the Eagles.
Seth Swires, Willsboro- Swires ranked second among Warriors players in scoring at 7.3 points per game, only behind Arnold. The junior scored a season-high 14 points against Crown Point Dec. 14 and Jan. 25 against Keene.
Tanner Stone, Schroon Lake- Stone made an immediate impact for the Wildcats in only his sophomore season. A backcourt player, he converted 36-pointers to go along with 10.5 points per game.
Alex Shaughnessy, Schroon Lake- As a sophomore, he averaged 5.2 points per game and was a role player on the glass.
MVAC Southern Division Most Valuable Player
Gabe Macey, Crown Point- Macey was a force in the Southern Division, scoring in double-digits in all but two games this past season. His season-high of 21 points occurred on three separate occasions.
MVAC Southern Division First-Team
Colin Farrell, Indian Lake/Long Lake- Farrell helped the Orange to a Southern Division championship, averaging 14.1 points per game in his senior go-around.
Matt Moore, Indian Lake/Long Lake- Moore’s biggest game of the season came Jan. 25 in a 63-41 defeat of Lake Placid. The senior fired 26 points, including 4 3-pointers in the victory.
Jake Earley, Wells- Earley, a senior, led the Southern Division in scoring and was second overall in the league, averaging 18.2 points per game. The Indians finished 10-8 this past winter and lost to Moriah in the Section VII Class D playoffs.
Austin Williams, Minerva/Newcomb- Williams accounted for a majority of the Mountaineers scoring, hitting over 20 points on six occasions.
Ben Brenan, Wells- Brenan was a pivotal post player for the Indians all winter. He was clutch down the stretch, scoring 59 points in the team’s last five games.
MVAC Southern Division Second-Team