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2020-21 Boys Basketball All Southwestern Conference Honors

The Southwestern Conference announced the 2020-21 boys basketball individual award winners and All-Southwestern Conference teams, as selected by the conference coaches. Amherst Steele’s Ty Weatherspoon was named the Most Valuable Player.  Pat Bray of Amherst Steele was named this year’s Coach of the Year.

2020-21 Boys Basketball All-Southwestern Conference Honors

Most Valuable Player
Ty Weatherspoon – Amherst Steele

Coach of the Year
Pat Bray – Amherst Steele

First Team All-Southwestern Conference
Ty Weatherspoon – Amherst Steele
Austin Bray – Amherst Steele
Niko Papas – Avon
Dominic Rini – Avon
Alex Kvak – Berea-Midpark
Aden Gregory – Midview
Nyco Vidal – Midview
Charlie Ciolek – Olmsted Falls

Second Team All-Southwestern Conference
George Fayer – Amherst Steele
George Gotsis – Amherst Steele
Nate Murtaugh – Avon Lake
Tyler Dawson – Midview
Nate Theus – North Ridgeville
Michael Candow – Olmsted Falls
Luke Dieckman – Olmsted Falls
Cal Reghi – Westlake

Honorable Mention All-Southwestern Conference
Amherst
Jordan Koury, Torre Weatherspoon

Avon
Connor Allomong, Mike Matlak

Avon Lake
Matthew Stuewe, Ryan York

Berea-Midpark
Devin Johnson, Dominic Zarzycki-Hall

Midview
KJ Moye, Bryce Newton

North Olmsted
Davonte Demionov, Michael Meyer

North Ridgeville
Jake Boynar, Dom Farago

Olmsted Falls
Alex Candow, Carson Balfour

Westlake
Justin Garcia, Will Ostrowski

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Westlake Earns Weekly Boys Basketball Player of the Week Honors

SWC

Following games on January 18th-24th, the boys basketball player of the week for the Southwestern Conference was announced this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Boys Basketball Player of the Week
Will Ostrowski (So)
Westlake
In two games last week, the 5’7″ sophomore had 22 points, 14 steals (including a school record nine steals against Olmsted Falls), 10 rebounds and 10 assists.

Other Notable Performances

Luke Dieckman (Jr), Olmsted Falls
In an overtime victory over Westlake, Dieckman scored 17 points, hauled in ten rebounds and recorded three steals. Against Berea-Midpark, the junior recorded eight of his team’s final 21 points and grabbed six rebounds in the victory.  Dieckman is always in the right spot defensively, as he currently has four consecutive games where he has drawn two charges in a game this season.

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