Boys Basketball

2021-22 Boys Basketball All-Southwestern Conference Honors

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The Southwestern Conference announced the 2021-22 boys basketball individual award winners and All-Southwestern Conference teams, as selected by the conference coaches. Midview’s Aden Gregory was named the Most Valuable Player.  Chris DiLisio of Olmsted Falls was named this year’s Coach of the Year.

2021-22 Boys Basketball All-Southwestern Conference Honors

Most Valuable Player
Aden Gregory – Midview

Coach of the Year
Chris DiLisio – Olmsted Falls

First Team All-Southwestern Conference
Austin Bray – Amherst Steele
George Gotsis – Amherst Steele
Jayson Levis – Berea-Midpark
Ryan Walsh – Elyria
Aden Gregory – Midview
Michael Candow – Olmsted Falls
Charlie Ciolek – Olmsted Falls
Luke Dieckman – Olmsted Falls

Second Team All-Southwestern Conference
George Fayer – Amherst Steele
Max Emerine – Avon
Matthew Stuewe – Avon Lake
Owen Trzebuckowski – Berea-Midpark
Ryan Runser – Midview
Jake Boyner – North Ridgeville
Griffin Turay – North Ridgeville
Tanner Nelson – Olmsted Falls

Honorable Mention All-Southwestern Conference
Jordan Koury, Torre Weatherspoon

Jacob Siegert, Tyson Ziegler

Avon Lake
Isaac Richardson, Collin Stewart

Jack Arnold, Lucas Petrus

Mateo Medina, Omar Palos

Michael Hazzard, Bryce Newton

North Ridgeville
RJ Schneider, Evan Schultz

Olmsted Falls
Aaron Katitus, Aidan Meczka

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North Ridgeville and Olmsted Falls Earn SWC Weekly Basketball Honors


Following games on January 10th – January 16th the boys and girls basketball players of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Basketball Player of the Week
Danielle Cameron (So)
Olmsted Falls
In two games over the weekend, Cameron averaged 16.5 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals as the Bulldogs battled Berea-Midpark and Mount Notre Dame.

Male Basketball Player of the Week
RJ Schneider (Sr)
North Ridgeville
In wins over Elyria and Avon Lake last week, Schneider averaged 17 points per game and had a shooting percentage of 67% for the Rangers.

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