March 18, 2004
Dale, Holt Named To Tri-Rivers All-Conference Second Team
The Tri-Rivers All-Conference basketball team was announced this week and the league’s top two boys squad’s dominated the first team list, filling all five spots.
North Shelby’s Cody Stoneburner was the league’s top vote-getter. The 6’9 junior earned Most Valuable Player Honors. Joining him on the first team was teammate Scott Ratcliff, a 6’0 junior.
Other unanimous selections for the first team were Putnam County’s Ian Gilworth, a 6’3 senior and Brandon Thomas, a 5’11 sophomore. Their teammate Kyle Fleshman, a 6’3 senior, rounded out the first team.
Two Scotland County players earned second team all-conference. Aaron Dale, a 6’0 senior and Cody Holt, a 6’2 senior, were both named to the second team.
Joining them on the second team were Garet Nunan, a junior from Knox County; D.J. Shatley, a junior and Adam Vice, a senior, both from Clark County; Brent Paalhar, a sophomore from Brookfield; Trent Small, a senior from Schuyler County; Keith Smith, a senior and Ben Brummitt, a junior, both from Putnam County; and Darren Gregson, a senior from Milan.
The honorable mention team consisted of Alex Horn, a junior and Chris Oliver, a sophomore, both from Schuyler County; Richard Brosemer, a sophomore from Brookfield; Mark Penn, a senior from Knox County; Brett Craigmyle, a sophomore from North Shelby; Cory Mason, a junior from Putnam County; Dirk Van Ingen, a junior from Milan and Drew Huckey, a sophomore from Clark County.
Putnam County’s Travis Evans was named coach of the year.
The Midgets finished a perfect 7-0 in conference play. North Shelby was 6-1 to earn second place. Scotland and Schuyler county tied for third with 4-3 records. Clark County was fifth at 3-4 followed by Brookfield (2-5) and Knox County (2-5) and Milan (0-7).
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