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2021 Sports in Kansas Boys All-Tournament Team

Brett Sarwinski and Cason Richardson put on a show in the 3A title game.
By: Sports in Kansas - Chet Kuplen w/ Conor Nicholl
Mar 17, 2021

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In addition to our all-state honors, which will be released next week (3/27 & 3/28) along with stat leaders from the season. We have released our 2021 Boys All-Tournament Team (Girls also will be up on our website main page later this evening). To be eligible for the five member list per class (six in some classes due to tie), you had to play in at least two games at the 2021 state tournament this season. 

 PARENTS/ATHLETE/COACH: To order your All-Tournament Team Patch from Sports in Kansas email Chet Kuplen at sportsinkansas@gmail.com. You can also wait to order these with the all-state and stat leader patches on Sunday 3/28.

Sports in Kansas 6A Boys All-Tournament Team

Isaac Patterson, BV North (MOP)

Andrew Orr, BV North

Stevie Strong, Campus

Sterling Chapman, Campus

Zeke Mayo, Lawrence

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 6A tournament

Isaac Patterson, BV North

Patterson led BV North to the title with 23 points in the semifinal win over Lawrence and 19 points in the title game.

Sports in Kansas 5A Boys All-Tournament Team

Avery Johnson, Maize (MOP)

Jacob Hanna, Maize

Elijah Brooks, Topeka West

Trevion Alexander, Topeka West

Winston Bing, Maize

Nate Barnhart, De Soto

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 5A tournament

Avery Johnson, Maize

Johnson, just a sophomore and a Division I football recruit, had a huge state tournament with double figures in both the semifinal and final. He led the way with 17 points and five steals in the title game . Jacob Hanna also added seven points and seven boards in the title game while Winston Bing added 11 points. It was hard to give the nod to just one Maize player as it was a total team effort all season long for the Eagles and head coach Chris Grill in their first ever state basketball title.

Sports in Kansas 4A Boys All-Tournament Team

Harrison Braudis, Miege (MOP)

Julian Margrave, Louisburg

Taj Manning, Miege

Mark Mitchell, Miege

Weston Gutterman, Louisburg

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 4A tournament

Harrison Braudis, Bishop Miege

While Bishop Miege may be known for their high-level college recruits, it was Braudis that stole the show in the title game with 22 points for the Stags. He hit 2-of-5 on threes in the game as they dominated the championship game, 94-40, over Louisburg. This award could have went to several Stags as Tag Manning was huge in the title game with a double-double (18 points, 10 rebounds) and 5-star forward Mark Mitchell added 16 as he was 7-of-9 from the floor.

Sports in Kansas 3A Boys All-Tournament Team

Brett Sarwinski, Galena (Co-MOP)

Cason Richardson, Hesston (Co-MOP)

Tyler Little, Galena

Dawson Zenger, Rock Creek

Jackson Schulte, TMP

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 3A tournament

Brett Sarwinski, Galena & Cason Richardson, Hesston

These two were the most valuable players to their team in the title game and it clearly showed as both will also be heavy contenders to compete for the Sports in Kansas 3A Player of the Year next week. They also went head to head and were outstanding. Sarwinski with 19 points (four three pointers) in the final with Richardson guarding him and Richardson with 16 and ultimately the win. The good news for both programs is they’re back next year for their senior year. Sarwinski led Bulldogs to back-to-back Final Fours while Richardson and him will look to be all-state picks for the second year in a row. First title for Hesston since 2014 under HC Greg Raleigh. Dawson Zenger (Rock Creek) and Jackson Schulte (TMP) also had big-time performances for their teams in the semifinal games. Tyler Little (Galena), a Division I football recruit, also had over 10 rebounds in every single state tournament game and is just a sophomore, including a 16-point, 12 rebound night in the semifinal win over Rock Creek. Future of 3A basketball is in good hands.

Sports in Kansas 2A Boys All-Tournament Team

Brekyn Ratzlaff, Hillsboro  (MOP)

Grayson Ratzlaff, Hillsboro

Matthew Potucek, Hillsboro

Braden Meseke, Wabaunsee

Harlan Obioha, Hoxie

Miles Kitselman, Lyndon

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 2A tournament

Brekyn Ratzlaff, Hillsboro

Ratzlaff had a huge state tournament and had 16 in the final with 4-of-5 from three-point range and added a team-high 14 points in the semifinal win over Lyndon. A lot of ways you could have went with Hillsboro as the MOP with Matthew Potucek and Grayson Ratzlaff also making the SIK All-Tournament Team. Grayson Ratzlaff also had 14 points and 11 boards in the final.

Sports in Kansas 1A-I Boys All-Tournament Team

Jordan Barnard, Olpe (MOP)

Derek Hoelting, Olpe

Aaron Skidmore, South Gray

Brady Deges, South Gray

Jayden Garrison, Little River

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 1A-I tournament

Jordan Barnard, Olpe

Barnard was outstanding for the Eagles in the 1A-I tournament with 17 points in the title game to go along with 24 points and eight rebounds in the win over Little River in the semifinal. He is also an all-state pick in football that is headed to play in the Kansas Shrine Bowl this summer.

1A-II Boys All-Tournament Team

Emmitt Jueneman, Hanover

Keagan Dimler, Hanover

Blake Hynek, Hanover

Jacob Jueneman, Hanover

Brett Anderson, Elyria Christian

Sports in Kansas Most Outstanding Player of the 1A-I tournament

Hanover Team

While Emmitt Jueneman is likely one of the favorites to win the 1A-II player of the year it was a total team effort: Emmitt Jueneman, Keagan Dimler, Jacob Jueneman, Blake Hynek , Colin Jueneman, Phillip Doeble were all huge in the semifinal and final. It was too hard to designate who the best player for the Wildcats was in the semifinal and final as everyone contributed highlighted by a 24 point semi performance from Blake Hynek and a 22 points semifinal from Emmitt Jueneman.


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