The Bee’s 2014 All-District Boys Basketball Team

April 5, 2014 

NameSchoolPositionYr.Ht, WtNotes
Player of the Year
Rolaun DunhamRiverbankGuardSr.6-2, 175The best refuse-to-lose competitor on the court in every game he played
First Team (all divisions)
Ryan DonnellyCentral Valley CenterSr.6-6, 210Agile and powerful post taking refined inside/outside game to Cal State Stanislaus
Kenny FraserTurlockCenterSr.6-7, 185Taking averages of 17.5 points and 9.4 rebounds to UC San Diego
Brennan PopeDavisGuardSr.6-3, 180Silky-smooth and unselfish, Pope could blossom in a college program
Anthony TownesModesto ChristianCenterJr.6-6, 215Area’s quickest big man in many years, has committed to Pacific
Mason WashingtonModesto ChristianGuardSr.6-0, 180Crusaders’ big-shot taker brings strength, savvy to the perimeter
Second Team Large (Divisions 1-3)
Christian CarrollGolden ValleyGuardSr.6-3, 165Consistent throughout career, reached double figures in 15 of final 16 games
Christian EllisModesto ChristianGuardSo.6-1, 190When he finds outside touch, Ellis will be one of area’s best-ever guards
Michael HatfieldMantecaForwardSr.6-5, 210Buffs’ solid tight end during the fall, averaged 14.6 points, 9.4 rebounds
Joshua PattonSierraCenterJr.6-7, 190The one player in the Valley Oak League capable of dominating a game
Travante RichardMercedGuardSr.6-3, 190Rare gifts, desire made Richard the CCC MVP in basketball and football
Second Team Small (Divisions 4-6)
Jonathan BoddieCentral CatholicForwardSr.6-6, 210Leading scorer (13 points) and rebounder (8.9) for the NorCal D5 runner-up
Kyle GouveiaCalaverasCenterSr.6-7, 200Backboard-breaking MLL big-man supreme is headed to CSU Stanislaus
Reilly NaborsRiverbankGuardSr.6-1, 165Watching Nabors’ improvement was one of the many joys of Bruins’ basketball
Curtis Porter IIIRiverbankGuardSr.5-11, 160Porter’s emergence made it impossible for teams to double Dunham on outside
Donovin TownsendCentral CatholicGuardSr.5-10, 185Ultra-steady point guard emerged as a senior to be vocal and emotional team leader
Coach of the Year
Jeff JenningsRiverbankYear after year, Jennings finds hungry kids and molds them into unselfish teams

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