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All-Area boys basketball: 2019 Globe team released

FIRST TEAM Rudy Voss 6-3 junior guard Jackson County Central Literally unstoppable in his junior campaign, the do-everything guard from JCC ranks No. 2 in school history with 1,350 career points, and he's first in 3-pointers with more than 170. C...

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FIRST TEAM

 

Rudy Voss 6-3 junior guard

Jackson County Central

Literally unstoppable in his junior campaign, the do-everything guard from JCC ranks No. 2 in school history with 1,350 career points, and he’s first in 3-pointers with more than 170. Captain and leader of the team, he is always the focus of opposing defenses. Yet, he averaged 19 points, seven rebounds and five assists per game in 2018-19. One of the best passers you’ll ever see in high school basketball.

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Terbuto Ochothow 6-0 sophomore guard

Worthington

The primary ball-handler for the Trojans, Ochothow was so much more in his sophomore campaign -- his second as a starter. Able to score from anywhere on the court, he averaged 22 points per game in 2018-19 with 68 3-pointers converted. Averaged 5.1 points per game and pulled down 146 rebounds. Rarely has Worthington had a performer who could do so many things so well at a young age.

Lucas Nagel 6-3 senior forward

George-Little Rock

Tall enough to play the post, the 6-3 Nagel is an outstanding ball distributor, as evidenced by his becoming the school’s all-time assist leader this past season. Averaged 17 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game in his senior year. He shot 55 percent from the field and 48 percent from 3-point range and led the Mustangs to a 20-4 record. Top ten all-time for G-LR in both blocked shots and steals.

Andrew Quade 6-0 senior guard

Westbrook-Walnut Grove

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The leader for the Minnesota state tournament Chargers, this four-year starter made the team go. Averaged 12.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 6.8 assists per game as he led W-WG to its third straight 24-win season. Understands the game inside and out, and quickly processes what the other team is trying to do. “Came every day to play, and not just to games, but every day to practice,” said his coach, Derrick Jenniges.

Avery Pater 6-0 junior guard

Southwest Christian

Mr. Consistent for the Eagles, Pater’s motor never quits. Superlative on defense with quick hands and a nose for the ball, it’s his job to guard the other team’s best guard. Averaged 11.8 points and 4.7 rebounds per game. Had 5.43 assists per game, placing him third all-time for a single season. Made 91 steals. “The quiet leader of our team. His tenacious defense is constant,” said head coach Jamie Pap.

 

SECOND TEAM  

Grant Brouwer 6-3 senior guard

Sibley-Ocheyedan

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Nate Everson 6-0 senior guard

Murray County Central

Caleb Terhark 6-4 senior forward

George-Little Rock

Preston Wilhelmi 5-10 senior guard

Hills-Beaver Creek

Karasharo Ojulu 6-1 senior guard

Worthington

 

THIRD TEAM  

Josh Tinklenberg 6-4 senior forward

Pipestone Area

Parker Freeburg 6-7 senior center

Westbrook-Walnut Grove

Spencer Halland 6-7 senior center

Red Rock Central

Derek Lundgren 6-2 senior guard

Luverne

Kade Fey 6-3 junior guard

Southwest Christian

 

HONORABLE MENTION  

Kobe Lovell

6-2 senior guard

Windom Area

 

Jacob Van Dam

6-3 junior guard

Southwest Christian

 

Trey Huisken

6-0 senior guard

Southwest Christian

 

Ethan Mischke

5-11 sophomore guard

Westbrook-Walnut Grove

 

Andrew Hesebeck

6-4 junior forward

Jackson County Central

Related Topics: BOYS BASKETBALL
Doug Wolter joined the Worthington Globe in December of 1983 as a sports reporter. He later became sports editor, and then news editor and managing editor. In 2006 he moved to Mankato with his wife, Sandy, and served as an editor at the Mankato Free Press. In 2013 he and Sandy returned to Worthington to take up the job of sports editor at The Globe, and they have been in Worthington since.

Doug can be reached at dwolter@dglobe.com.
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