GENESEO - The high school basketball season may be over but the honors keep coming for Geneseo High School's Isaiah Rivera.
Th Colorado State University-bound senior capped his outstanding career by being named to two of the state's most prestigious teams.
Rivera was a unanimous first team pick to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association team on Tuesday in a state-wide vote of coaches.
The vote, normally conducted during the Illinois High School Association state tournament, was held via conference call among about 30 coaches due to COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions.
"It's usually a long meeting but not as long as today," said Geneseo coach Brad Storm who was on the phone for about six hours. It was well worth the wait, however.
Rivera, who was also an IBCA first-teamer last year, joined 9 other players who received the honor.
"It was kind of a no-brainer," said Storm. "It;s really a reward for all he's put in.
"It shows it paid off for him I guess.
"It's nice for him to be recognized."
Other IBCA first teamers were: Antione Bloston of Chicago Bogan, Grant Coleman of Mahomet-Seymour, Kaden Froebe of Lincoln, Bryce Hopkins of Fenwich, Tyler Johnson of DePaul Prep, Louis Lesmond of Niles Notre Dame, Jaylin McCants of Galesburg, Adam Miller of Morgan Park and Noah Reynolds of Peoria Notre Dame.
Rivera was picked to the Associated Press's  5-member Class 3A boys basketball first team team last week in voting by state media members.
He was a a member of the AP's Class 3A All-State second team a a year ago.
Rivera led the Maple Leafs to a 21-10 record, a second-place finish in their first season the Western Big 6 Conference and the Sterling regional championship.
He averaged 27.9 points, 10.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists, and 1.6 steals.
According to a recent Twitter post by Western Big 6 History, Rivera is the first WB6 player chosen first team all-state since United Township's Tray Buchanan in 2016.
Other players picked to the first team were Bryce Hopkins of Fenwick, Adam Miller of Morgan Park, Antione Bloxton of Bogan and Troy D'Amico of Niles Notre Dame.
Second team picks were Connor Dillon of Peoria Notre Dame, Jaylin McCants of Galesburg, AJ Casey of Tinley Park, Brandon Wston of Chicago Morgan Park, Jackson Connor of Marion and Kaden Froebe of Lincoln.
A 2019 Illinois Basketball Coaches Association first-team selection, Rivera also set the school record for career scoring, finishing with 2,486 points.
Geneseo's season ended with a 46-33  loss to Peoria Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Peoria Sectional. Peoria Notre Dame, 31-1, was ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 3A.
Rivera was also selected to play in the Pepsi Iowa vs. Illinois Senior All-Star game scheduled for March 23 at Augustana College but the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Geneseo's Jacob McConnell was also picked to be in the game.
Other members of the Illinois north team with Rivera and McConnell were: Jaylin McCants (Galesburg);  Trevor Vos (Sterling); Elijah Campos (Alleman); Rylee Milan (Galesburg); Taurean Holtam (Rock Island); Solomon Gustafson (Rock Island); Cooper Willman (Sterling); Devon House (Sterling Newman); Kavon Russell (Kewanee); and Josh Johnson (Orion).