CLINTON — In a conference loaded with local talent, Prince of Peace found five athletes on the Tri-Rivers All-Conference Team when the conference released the list on Friday.

Junior Patrick Mulholland headed up the honors with a unanimous vote to the 1st team on the boys side.

Mulholland led the Irish offense, averaging over 16 points a game throughout the season and boasting a field goal percentage of over 50 percent, despite a lot of outside shots. In fact, his 3-point percentage ended up a whopping 42 percent, which was second best in the conference (when attempting more than 30). Mulholland also pulled down the second most rebounds and had 48 steals.

Mulholland was one of only two juniors voted to the first team.

Mulholland was closely followed by junior Kadion Larson who earned 2nd team honors.

Larson was close behind Mulholland in scoring, averaging over 15 points per game. Larson’s quick drives to the basket allowed him to end the season with a field goal percentage of over 45 percent. Larson made it to the free throw line the most for the Irish, draining 65 throughout the season.

He also put up a team-high 65 steals this season and led with 92 assists.

Senior Connor Williams round out the boys by being named and all-conference honorable mention.

Williams averaged just over six points a game, but was 82 percent from the free throw line with a team who struggled with free shots. Williams pulled down 42 rebounds, had 37 assists and 17 steals to wrap up his Irish career.

Although the Irish girls didn’t see a win this season, they still had two freshman earn all-conference honors from their young squad.

Freshman Anabel Blount made 2nd team, the only only freshman to make that particular team and one of only three on the entire list.

Blount averaged over 10 points a game for the Irish, attempting 177 free throws throughout the season with drives to the lane. Blount also had a team-high 145 rebounds and 13 blocks.

Freshman Isabel Hansen was another one of the three freshman who made all-conference honors, picking up honorable mention.

Hansen was the leader from the outside, draining 22 3-point field goals throughout the year. She also had 29 assists and a team-high 26 steals.

A number of other local athletes also grabbed all-conference honors:

2017-2018 Tri-Rivers East All-Conference

Boys

Coach of the Year:

Greg Rickels, Calamus Wheatland

Player of the Year:

Brett Givens, Lisbon

1st Team:

Logan Miller, 12, Easton Valley

Bailey Arwine, 12, Lisbon

Jacob Looney, 12, Cal-Wheat

Brett Givens, 12, Lisbon

Nate Brinker, 12, Marquette Catholic

Patrick Mulholland, 11, PoP

Hunter Rickels, 11, Cal-Wheat

2nd Team

Blayne Banowetz, 12, Marquette Catholic

Cam Wilhelm, 12, Easton Valley

Hagen Waters, 11, Lisbon,

Josh Hein, 11, Cal-Wheat

Kaidion Larson, 11, PoP

Kyle Gustafson, 12, Cedar Valley Christian

Nate Trenkamp, 12, Easton Valley

Honorable Mention

Brant Boeckmann, 11, Cal-Wheat

Cade Jargo, 10, Easton Valley

Payton Bahl, 12, Lisbon

Hunter Michels, 12, Marquette Catholic

Brit Martens, 10, Midland

Connor Williams, 12, PoP

Girls

Coach of the Year:

Jim Kettmann, Marquette Catholic

Player of the Year:

Maggie Cach, Cedar Valley Christian

1st Team

Teona Richman, 11, Marquette Catholic

Jenna Diercks, 12, Cal-Wheat

Molly Hembera, 12, Cedar Valley Christian

Hannah Neymeyer, 11, Lisbon

Calli Markmann, 12, Midland

Drew Jensen, 11, Midland

Sadie Zaruba, 11, Easton Valley

2nd Team

Anabel Blount, 9, PoP

McKenna Michels, 12, Marquette Catholic

Annika Frank, 12, Marquette Catholic

Emma Slagle, 12, Cedar Valley Christian

Elisabeth Fielder, 12, Cedar Valley Christian

Delanie Uppera, 11, Midland

Hailey Messerich, 12, Easton Valley

Honorable Mention

Isabel Hansen, 9, PoP

Tori Michel, 10, Marquette Catholic

Abby Scroggs, 10, Cedar Valley Christian

Bethany Richardson, 9, Lisbon

Sarah Driscoll, 10, Easton Valley

Emma Paulsen, 12, Midland

Grace Elvert, 11, Cal-Wheat