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All-Area Boys Basketball First Team

March 28, 2004

Sean Christiansen


Sr.
G
Mercersburg

Averaged 16 points, 4.3 assists and 2 steals per game for his second straight first-team selection. Will continue his career at Virginia Military Institute.

Bernard Harris


Sr.
GN.
Hagerstown

Catalyst for the Hubs, leading the team with 19 points and 8 rebounds per game. A second-team selection last year.

Durrell Johnson


Sr.
F
Martinsburg

Leading scorer for the Bulldogs with 17 points per game, also averaged 8 rebounds. A repeat first-team selection.

Gene Johnson


Jr.
FS.
Hagerstown

Blossomed into a true threat for the Rebels, averaging 17.6 points and 10.5 rebounds.

John Keimig


Sr.
G
Middletown

His second straight first-team honor, a broken wrist sidelined the top Knight for much of the season, but he still averaged 20.5 points, 7.5 assists and 4 steals per game.

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Drew Kidd


Sr.
G
Heritage Acad.

Has done it all over his career for the Eagles, averaging 21.9 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists and 5.5 steals this season.

Brock McCollum


Sr.
C
Walkersville

An inside-outside threat, McCollum led the Lions with 20 points and 11.5 rebounds per game, earning his second straight first-team selection.

Alex Tyler


Jr.
C
Clear Spring

Another junior who elevated his game to the next level, Tyler led the way for the much-improved Blazers by averaging 22 points, 9 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game.

Duncan Williams


Sr.
G
Hedgesville

Led the Eagles in scoring (15.8 points per game) and in all the intangibles as the floor leader, guiding his team to the W.Va. AAA championship game.

Player of the Year



David Miner


Sr.
GS.
Hagerstown

What more can be said? Miner locked up his second straight POY award with a startling senior campaign, in which he averaged 34.6 points, 8 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 5 steals per game while leading the Rebels back to Comcast Center for the Class 2A semifinals and taking his place as the Washington County public schools boys all-time leading scorer with 1,815 points.

Coach of the Year



Don Harnish


Clear Spring

The Blazers enjoyed their best season in a long time, finishing 18-6 and alone in third place in the MVAL Antietam as well as making the Class 1A West semifinals.

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