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PREP BASKETBALL: Camden Conference announces boys and girls All-Conference teams

Independent file photo Minneota’s Natalee Rolbiecki puts up a shot during a Southwest Minnesota State Invite tournament game against Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Dec. 31, 2019.

MARSHALL – The Camden Conference announced its all-conference teams for boys and girls basketball and multiple area players made the list.

Boys

In the Camden Conference South, Aaron Loe, Parker Hoffman, Billy Errington and Colby Marczak were the representatives from Lakeview, while Logan Sussner, Jacob Citterman and Nolan Boerboom were selected from Minneota. Joining them are Trevor Larson, Jake Tauer, and Tony Nelson (Tracy-Milroy-Balaton), Payton Hess (Russel-Tyler-Ruthton), Will Varcoe (Canby) and Carter Sneller (Yellow Medicine East).

In the Camden Conference North, Austin TeBrake, Case Mulder and Peter Martin were all representatives from Central Minnesota Christian, while Blake Wadsworth, Brady Kienitz and Trent Cavaness were selected from MACCRAY. Joining them are Austin Bonn and Maverick Conn (Lac qui Parle Valley), Riley Ashburn (Renville County West), Zach Durfee and Romell Horton (Dawson-Boyd) and Alex Call (Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg).

Minneota’s Sussner was named the Camden Conference South Most Valuable Player, while Lakeview’s Jared Keaveny was named South Coach of the Year. Tyler Sayre (Canby), Riley Buysse (Minneota), Aiden Wichmann (RTR), Lucas Gervais (TMB) and Cody Dahlager (YME) were all selected to the honorable mention team.

CMCS’s TeBrake was named Camden Conference North Most Valuable Player, while Ted Taatjes (CMCS) was named North Coach of the Year. Jay Marcus (CMCS), Micah Olson (Dawson-Boyd), Titian Norton (KMS), Mason Clark (LQPV) and Connor Aalderks (RCW) were all named to the honorable mention team.

Girls

In the Camden Conference South, Abby Hennen, Morgan Hennen, Natalee Rolbiecki and Abby Rost were all representatives from Minneota, while Savannah Rausch, Kiana Imes and Shelby Gravley were selected from Lakeview. Joining them are Jadyn Lessman (TMB), Madison Hinz and Shelby Mortenson (YME), Hannah Jelen (Canby) and Kalleigh Carr (RTR).

In the Camden Conference North, Coco Duininck, Reegan Duininck, Elli Stoel and Katelyn Bulthuis were all representatives from CMCS, while Macie Lund and Taylor Shelstad were selected from LQPV. Joining them are Madison Rohner and Maret Gjerde (KMS), Gabby Randt and Ella Bourne (MACCRAY), Lauren Wulf (RCW) and Avery Bartunek (Dawson-Boyd).

Minneota’s Abby Hennen was named Camden Conference North Most Valuable Player, while Chad Johnston (Minneota) was named North Coach of the Year. Maya Wente (Canby), Kaitlynn Bot (Lakeview), Haley Muenchow (RTR) and Margaret Dolan (TMB) were all named to the honorable mention team.

Madison Rohner (KMS) and Coco Duininck (CMCS) were named Camden Conference South co-Most Valuable Players, while Mike Mulder (CMCS) was named South Coach of the Year. Molly Mulder (CMCS), Morgan Lesteberg (KMS), Camryn Lee (LQPV), Kaisa Jaenisch (MACCRAY) and Hannah Pharr (RCW) were all named to the honorable mention team.

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