accolades keep rolling in.
17.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per game, the fifth player in CHS history to
eclipse 1,000 career points (1,054) has been named to the Indy Star Indiana
Boys Jr. All-Star Team.
happy for Jake,” Chesterton boys basketball coach Marc Urban said. “Anytime
you get named to that team in Indiana says something about you.”
Wadding, who was
named to the Red Group of All-Stars, helped lead the Trojans to their first
IHSAA Sectional title since 1987. The Red Group players joining Wadding are
Deontae Craig of Culver Military, Johnell Davis of Gary 21st Century, Zak
Krueger of Homestead and Chris Grubbs and Mabor Majak of Hamilton
There are 24
players selected and lumped into four groups of six players each.
Players in the Core
Group are Trey Galloway of Culver Academy, Jaden Ivey of Mishawaka Marian,
Anthony Leal of Bloomington South, Charlie Yoder of Westview and Dre Davis
and Nijel Pack of Lawrence Central.
The White Group
players are Brayton Bailey of Bedford North Lawrence, Carson Barrett of
Lafayette Central Catholic, Tre Coleman of Jeffersonville, Sincere McMahon
of Crispus Attucks, Tayson Parker of Northwestern and Tony Perkins of
Mark Detweiler of
Delta will be the head coach for the boys Junior All-Stars. Detweiler will
be assisted by Ryan Eakins of East Noble and Ryan Osborn of Carmel.
All-Stars will play two games against the Kentucky Junior All-Stars, the
first tentatively on June 1 at a Kentucky site to be announced and the
second on June 3 at Jeffersonville High School. The Junior All-Stars also
will play one game against the Indiana All-Star senior boys on June 5. The
June 5 game also will be at a site to be announced.
The players listed
as Core Group players will play in all three games. The players in the Blue
Group will play on the June 1 game against Kentucky. The Players in the
White Group will play in the June 3 game against Kentucky. The players in
the Red Group will play in the June 5 game against the Indiana seniors.
The Junior All-Star
team is determined by the 20-member Indiana Basketball Coaches Association
all-state panel in conjunction with its selection of the IBCA/Subway
Underclass All-State Team. The selection process allows all IBCA-member head
coaches to nominate players through the IBCA all-state process.
from 16 regional areas from across the state, district representatives from
the IHSAA districts (one each from District 1, District 2 and District 3)
and the committee chair then meet to review the nominations, vote and
finalize the selections.