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Bank Hoops Division 4 All-State

This is the fourth of five Bank Hoops All-State teams, for all four divisions and the overall all-state team. Players are chosen solely for their high school season performance, not for college prospect rank.

No Michigan high school player has scored more points in a season than Howardsville Christian’s Dylan Jergens did in 2018-19.

MVP Dylan Jergens  6-1  Sr  Howardsville Christian: The state record books will be littered with Jergens’ name for decades to come. He scored 971 points as a senior, the most ever in a single season. His average of 40.4 points  per game on 59 percent field goals is the second-best mark in state history. Jergens’ 2,782 career points are the third-most in the MHSAA annals. He’ll play at CMU.

Britton Angell  6-3  Sr  Big Rapids Crossroads: This regional champion averaged 26 points, 7 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.5 steals per game.

Blake Cassidy  6-4  Jr  Pellston: He helped the Hornets to a regional title averaging 22.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.6 blocks per game.

Da’jion Humphrey  6-3  Jr  Southfield Christian: He dominated the state final with 20 points, 5 assists and 0 turnovers. For the season Humphrey averaged 16.4 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 2 steals and 1 blocked shot per game.

Joseph Kimmerer  6-2  Jr  Hale: He averaged 25.5 points, 12 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 2 steals and 1.2 blocks per game

Jon Sanders  6-1  Sr  Southfield Christian: This league MVP started on two consecutive state championship teams. Sanders averaged 16.5 points, 2.5 assists and 1.2 steals per game.

Second team

  • Andrew Blanchard  6-3  Sr  Engadine
  • Jake Burger  6-4  Sr  Pittsford
  • Tanner Byard  6-1  Sr  Pellston
  • Cole Eshuis  6-2  Sr  Climax-Scotts
  • Colton Nelson  6-2  Sr  Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart

Third team

  • Zac Clark  6-4  Sr  Britton Deerfield
  • Drew Hess  6-0  So  Mio
  • Ashton Janke  6-3  Jr  Dollar Bay
  • Will Newbold  6-0  Sr  Frankfort
  • Noah Rheker  5-11  Jr  Southfield Christian

Fourth team

  • Jared Dugener  6-2  Jr  Muskegon Catholic
  • Mark Dickerson  6-0  Sr  Midland Calvary Baptist
  • Trey Gilbert  5-11  Sr  Bear Lake
  • Daniel Jacobs  6-2  Sr  Athens
  • Anthony Mattson  6-0  Sr  Munising

Fifth team

  • Brevan Cassidy  6-2  Sr  Fulton
  • Marcus Harris  5-10  Sr  Brimley
  • Owen Simon  6-3  Sr  Fowler
  • Paul Steikar  6-3  Sr  Rudyard
  • Jack Stefanski  6-3  So  Frankfort

Sixth team

  • Jaden Borseth  6-3  Fr  Ewen-Trout Creek
  • Blake Goodman  6-3  So  Novi Franklin Road Christian
  • Brady Titus  5-10  Fr  Tri-Unity Christian
  • Kevon Washington  5-7  Sr  Muskegon Heights
  • Wyatt Waterbury  5-7  Sr  Bellevue

Seventh team

  • Anthony Bruette  6-4  Sr  North Dickinson
  • Nicholas Edington  6-7  Jr  Pickford
  • Anthony Mattson  6-0  Sr  Munising
  • Noah Robak  5-11  Sr  Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes
  • Bennett Sinner  6-1  Sr  Tri-Unity Christian

Eighth team

  • Jaylin Atchinson  6-1  Jr  Taylor Trillium
  • Nathan Etnyre  5-9  So  Plymouth Christian
  • Conner LeClaire  5-10  So  Dollar Bay
  • Eddy Polakowski  6-5  Sr  Ontonagon
  • Keagan Welch  5-9  Sr  Ashley

Underclassman All-State

  • Brock Broderick  6-0  Fr  Traverse City Christian
  • Travis Hungerford  6-2  So  Fulton
  • Malcolm King  6-0  So  Southfield Christian
  • Kaden Parmley  5-8  Fr  New Buffalo
  • Dan Siminski  5-11  So  Oakland Christian

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  1. Walt

    April 1, 2019 at 12:42 pm

    You continue to do great job accessing All State teams. Just wish you could have expanded it to 12 teams like you did for other Divisions. There were 2 8th grade starters for Novi Christian and Inter City Baptist that were the best players on their team. Very good players who at minimum should be on your underclassmen teams. Braelen Green for Novi Christian. Finishes above rim, excellent court vision and help side shock blocker at 6’2. The Inter City 8th grader lead them to Regional semi finals and had 20+ against a very good Lenawee Christian team. Had multiple games of 20+. 5’8 PG.

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