One player each from Galva, ROWVA-Williamsfield and Ridgewood were named to the 10-player All-Lincoln Trail Conference boys basketball first team.

One player each from Galva, ROWVA-Williamsfield and Ridgewood were named to the 10-player All-Lincoln Trail Conference boys basketball first team.

Earning first team honors were Tucker Sams of ROWVA-Williamsfield, Ganon Greenman of Ridgewood and Gunner Spivey of Galva.

Wethersfield sophomore guard Coltin Quagliano was the leading vote getter in the All-LTC balloting conducted among the conference’s coaches.

Also named to the first team were Rashaun King of Mercer County, Justin Janssen of Princeville, Julian Samuels of Annawan, Isaac Frank of Wethersfield, Bradon Annegers of West Central and Adam Johnson of United.

Earning second team honors were Cody Thole of Princeville, Cade Sharp of Mercer County, Drake VanHyfte of Annawan, Cole Daily of Princeville, Mitchell Brooks of Ridgewood, Brady Kelley of Wethersfield, Nathan Bigger of West Central, Trey Essig of Mercer County, Tristan Rogers of Galva, Evan Wynne of United and Tyler Nichols of Wethersfield.

Receiving honorable mention were Ryan Murphy of Stark County, Ryan Goodman and Dylan Thurston of Annawan, Adam Snedden of Princeville and Declan Flynn of United.

 

Academic All-LTC

Players earning Academic All-Lincoln Trail Conference honors were:

Galva — Raige Ballard, Gunner Spivey, Parker Taylor and Colby Peterson.

ROWVA-Williamsfield — Tucker Sams, Lorin Peterson, Harrison Wight, Payton Haynes and Conner McQueen.

Ridgewood — Ganon Greenman, Mitchell Brooks, Keanan Dean, Lucas Althaus, Logan Nodine, Jordan Francis and Alex Johnson.