All-League basketball: Incline guards honored among league’s best |

All-League basketball: Incline guards honored among league’s best

Incline senior Tanner Quenneville was voted by coaches to the Northern Division III All-League first team.
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Northern Division III All-League

Co-MVP: Sam Hammond, Sr., Yerington; Will Gattrell, Jr., Pershing County

Coach of the Year: Daron Wildermuth, Yerginton

First Team

Blake Dorian, Sr., Battle Mountain

Dakota Aiazzi, Sr., Yerington

Tanner Quenneville, Sr., Incline

Zade Elton, Jr., West Wendover

Nick Joslin, Sr., North Tahoe

Second Team

Marcus Nector, Sr., Pershing Co.

Ethan Rhodes, Jr., Pershing Co.

Mason Wungnema, Sr., Silver Stage

Koby Foster, Jr., Yerington

Joey Stranzl, Sr., Incline

Daniel Sciarani, Sr., Yerington

Honorable Mention

Chris Brown, Jr., Yerington

Regan Knight, Sr., Battle Mountain

Jorge Lopez, Sr., West Wendover

Jared Brinkerhoff , Sr., Pershing Co.

Andy Morgan, Sr., North Tahoe

Bryan Flores, Jr., West Wendover

Two Incline boys were honored in Northern Division III All-League basketball voting, with Tanner Quenneville making the first team and Joey Stranzl making the second team.

Senior forward Sam Hammond of Yerington and junior guard Will Gattrell of Pershing County shared MVP honors, while Daron Wildermuth of Yerington was Coach of the Year.

The awards are determined by the league’s coaches.

Quenneville, a senior point guard, averaged 16.4 points a game, which ranked second in the Northern Division III.

Stranzl, also a senior guard, posted a 12.4-point scoring average, which was seventh-best in the league.

Both players were instrumental in the Highlanders’ playoff run.

While that playoff push ended in the regional championship tournament, the Incline boys were awarded the academic state championship for achieving the highest collective GPA in the division, at 3.33.

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