CLINTON — More local athletes grabbed all-conference honors as the lists continue to be released after the end of the 2017-2018 basketball season.
Camanche sees five grab honors
The Camanche Indians had five athletes earn spots on the River Valley Conference All-Conference list.
The Elite team included two Indians: senior Dev Patel and sophomore Cameron Soenksen.
Patel ran the floor for the Indians, finishing the season with a team-high 159 assists. He also earned the highest number of boards, pulling down 167 on the season, 49 of which came on the offensive end.
Patel also averaged over 14 points a game, and put in the most free throw for the team with 75 makes.
Soenksen led the Indians in scoring with over 16 points a game. He also earned the highest steals, racking up 75 over the season. He pulled down 107 boards, which was good for third on the team.
The North Division also included sophomore Caleb Delzell. Delzell was third in scoring, just under 10 points a game. He put in the second most threes, but boasted a 3-point percentage of 38 percent.
Delzenll also picked up 139 rebounds and 14 blocks.
Freshman Jordan Lawrence picked up a spot as an honorable mention.
Five Rebels earn spots
Senior Luke Empen headlined the Elite team for Northeast after they made it to a Class 2A substate matchup this season.
Empen averaged over 16 points a game and brought down 257 rebounds for Northeast. He hit an impressive 58 percent from the field and had 31 blocks this season.
Both Braeden Hoyer, Collin Swanton and Dawson Stoll also made the RVC North Division list.
Hoyer joined Empen as a big man in the middle, and averaged 11 points a game. He brought down 218 boards and had 41 steals.
Stoll was second on the team for scoring, averaging almost 13 points a game and draining 51 from beyond the arc throughout the season. His 3-point percentage sits over 35 percent. He also had a team-high 50 steals and had 77 assists.
Swanton led the team with assists with 132 on the year. He also averaged over eight points a game himself, shooting over 53 percent from the field.
Sophomore Trey McAleer came in as an all-conference honorable mention.
Sanderson, Bruggenwirth unanimous
Seniors Cody Sanderson and Tyler Bruggenwirth earned unanimous 1st team votes in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference West Division after helping to lead the Steamers to an 10-2 conference record and a regional final matchup.
Sanderson was the point guard for the Steamers, leading in assists and often in points as well with drives to the lane.
Bruggenwirth pulled down the most boards for Fulton, putting up similar points to Sanderson all season. Both averaged in double-digits.
Junior Keegan Kloepping also made second team for the Steamers. Only two other teams in the TRAC had three or more athletes make the list.
Central DeWitt earns WaMaC honors
The Sabers saw senior B.J. Frick make first team, along with two honorable mentions on the All-Conference list for the WaMaC.
Frick led the Sabers in both rebounds and in assists, pulling down 136 boards and dishing out 86 assists over this season. He was second in scoring, averaging over eight points a game and attempted the most free throws for the Sabers, putting in 37 throughout the year.
Senior Cam Steffens and sophomore Alex McAleer earned honorable mention accolades.
Central DeWitt finished 5-12 in the WaMaC and 5-16 overall.