The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

March 18, 2014

A family of honor


The state’s Mr. Basketball award went to Iowa City West player Wyatt Lohaus. The 6-foot-2 senior guard averaged 20 points and 5 rebounds a game and shot 57 percent from the field and 88.5 percent from the free-throw line. The Northern Iowa recruit also has led West to three consecutive Class 4A state championships.




First Team

Frontline — Kory Kuenstling, 6-11, sr., Dunkerton; Jeremy Deemer, 6-7, sr., Lamoni; Dalton Anderson, 6-3, sr., Newell-Fonda. Backcourt — Brandon Snyder, 6-1, sr., West Lyon; Riley Francis, 6-4, sr., Boyden-Hull; Chase Zaruba, 6-1, sr., Easton Valley. Utility — Elias Nissen, 6-6, sr., Springville; T.J. Bower, 6-3, sr., Nodaway Valley.

Second Team

Frontline — Logan Seiser, 6-6, sr., Northeast Hamilton; Elijah Kinseth, 6-4, sr., Belmond-Klemme; Cody Bauman, 6-5, sr., West Lyon. Backcourt — Kolton Greiner, 5-9, sr., Keota; Camden Kickbush, 5-11, jr., Gladbrook-Reinbeck; Tyler Stumbo, 6-4, jr., Laurens-Marathon. Utility — Blake Wiltgen, 6-5, sr., LeMars Gehlen; Trenton Gosnell, 6-1, sr., Lone Tree.

Third Team

Frontline — Thomas Fitzsimmons, 6-5, sr., Van Buren; Zach Pierce, 6-4, jr., Gladbrook-Reinbeck; Dallas Nye, 6-2, sr., Iowa Mennonite School. Backcourt — Mason Speer, 5-11, jr., Danville; Trevor Larson, 5-10, sr., Jesup; Paul Kaufmann, 6-4, jr., North Tama. Utility — Nic Lutmer, 6-3, jr., Central Lyon; Dalton Harms, 6-5, Sr., Midland.


First Team

Frontline — Casey Schlatter, 6-8, sr., Iowa Falls-Alden; Reed Tellinghuisen, 6-6, sr., East Sac County; Sam Amsbaugh, 6-5, sr., West Fork. Backcourt — Carson Parker, 6-1, sr.; Haris Takes, 6-1, sr., Cascade; Erich Erdman, 5-11, jr., Forest City. Utility — Andrew Van Ginkel, 6-4, sr., Rock Valley; Duncan Ferch, 6-3, sr., West Marshall.

Second Team

Frontline — Robby Burke, 6-6, sr., Fort Dodge St. Edmond; Drew Cook, 6-5, jr., Iowa City Regina; Cole Neary, 6-6, sr., Carroll Kuemper. Backcourt — Matt Baker, 5-8, jr., Albia; Cody Mason, 6-2, sr., MFL/MarMac; Tyler Hetzler, 6-3, sr., Wilton. Utility — Jayden Johnson, 6-4, jr., North Cedar; Andrew O’Donnell, 6-4, sr., Sioux Center.

Third Team

Frontline — Sam Brincks, 6-6, sr., Carroll Kuemper; Taylor Feenstra, 6-7, sr., Western Christian; Jacob Flathers, 6-6, jr., Treynor. Backcourt — Trevor Haaland, 6-0, sr., Osage; Sawyer Herman, 6-1, sr., Monticello; Jake Petzenhauser, 5-11, sr., South Central Calhoun. Utility — Colten Connelly, 6-3, sr.; Stephen Folkert, 6-5, sr., Van Meter.

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