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CSAA Silver Division Honors Morley Stanwood Basketball Players

MORLEY — The Central State Activities Athletic Association Silver Division announced its men’s and women’s all-league teams and recognized various Morley Stanwood basketball players.

On the girls side, seniors Braelyn Berry and Madison Garbow are part of the first team. Sophomore Lila Hoisington was on the honorable mention list.

On the boys’ side, Aaron Moore was in the first team and Brandon Lintemuth in the second team.

Kent City won the boys’ and girls’ titles. Morley Stanwood finished second in the girls and third in the boys.

For the MS Girls, Berry averaged 11.8 points per game, 4.3 assists. 7.0 rebounds and 3.3 steals per game, and shooting 47.4 percent from the floor. Sh was 36.5% of the 3-point area.

“A four-year-old college starter, she does it both ways,” Morley Stanwood coach Bob Raven said. “His steals, assists and rebounds show his complete game. He had several double-double games and nearly missed two triple-doubles as she had nine assists to go with rebounds and points. She is one of the top players in our region and in our conference.

Garbow averaged 13.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.7 steals per game and shot 56% from the floor and 28.3% from three.

“She was a four-year-old college player who averaged 23.25 points in the final quarter of the season against Division 1, 2 and 3 schools,” Morley Stanwood coach Bob Raven said. “She plays hard at both ends of the court.”

Hoisington had a strong all-around season for the Mohawks.

For the boys, “Moore has been our captain and leader all season,” said Morley Stanwood coach Jason Kostecki. “We had a young team and he showed them how to be a college player. He was our go-to three-point shooter and our leader on the ground.

Linremuth had a solid defensive season for the Mohawks.