Wednesday, April 6, 2011
2010-11 Boys All-District team
Nate Bellhy, Fort Cherry
Seton Hill-bound Bellhy, the leading scorer in Fort Cherry history with 1,518points, is a double-double machine with shot blocking ability. The 6-6 Bellhy averaged 25.8 points and topped 40 points twice.
Mike Lamberti, South Fayette
Believed to be the first four-time selection to the All-District First Team, the versatile Lamberti averaged a team-best 17.2 points, 8.2 rebounds with 33 blocked shots. Headed to West Liberty State.
Tyler Pavan, Burgettstown
The Blue Devils’ premier three-sport athlete is a two-time Section 5-AA first-team pick and a 1,000-point scorer. Nearly unstoppable off the drive, Pavan (pictured) averaged 23.8 points.
Josh Valentic, Trinity
Arguably the best boys player in Trinity history and the Hillers’ all-time scoring leader with 1,655 points. Wheeling Jesuit-bound Valentic averaged 30.4 points and topped 30 13 times.
Pat Zedreck, South Fayette
The Observer-Reporter Player of the Year is a four-year starter and 1,000-point scroer. Zedreck helped Lions reached PIAA Class AAA semifinals and averaged 15.2 points.
Dylan Berger, Canon-McMillan
Big Macs big man averaged 16.3 points and is being recruited by Millersville, Lycoming and Bethany.
Cam Johnson, Monessen
The 6-7 Johnson played his best in the postseason as he had seven double-doubles in eight games.
Justin Robinson, Canon-McMillan
Versatile Robinson could play all five positions for Big Macs and scored no less than 14 points in final eight games.
Andrew Stine, Ringgold
Sharpshooter set Rams’ single-game scoring record with 42 points against Waynesburg and averaged 14.2.
John Tyler, California
Dynamic athlete set Washington-Green All-Star record with 49 points and averaged 16.1 in final season.
Nick Bolias, Monessen
Greyhounds point guard and defensive stopper helped team to WPIAL Class AA championship.
Tanner Huffman, California
Huffman continues to elvove as an offensive threat and led Trojans in scoring at 17.0 points per game.
Seth Krall, Carmichaels
Krall averaged 16.1 points and played well down the stretch as Mikes tied Avella for Section 2-A title.
Colin McCormick, Ringgold
Well-rounded guard averaged 13.6 and helped Rams win 14 more games than the previous season.
Josh Patterson, South Fayette
A premier defensive player, Patterson could match up against a point guard or center and averaged 10.5 points.