All-Oelwein Daily Register Men’s Basketball Teams 2022 | Sports

A panel of five area coaches and Daily Register sports editor Gidal Kaiser voted for the All-ODR teams. Nominees were based on feedback from coaches and rosters from all districts. Anyone on a list from all districts has been added.

Each nominated player was placed into one of three teams – first team, second team, honorable mention – by vote. Each team consists of five players.

ODR Player of the Year Gunner Meyer is automatically in the first team. Here are the 20,222 men’s All-ODR basketball teams, listed in alphabetical order.

“The best thing about Mason is what a great teammate he is. He’s so selfless, it’s unbelievable. Sometimes I think he needs to be more selfish. He’s a great teammate and he has been a great addition to our program. — head coach Marty McKowen

15.6 PPG 6 RPG 2.3 SPG 1.7 BPG 55.5% FG

“Wil had a great year; his athleticism and energy has been a big reason we’ve had the success we’ve had this year. On nights when we were struggling offensively, Will had the ability to turn the game around by turning defense into offensive transition opportunities for us. He played in the passing lanes and anticipated the attacking moves of opponents as well as anyone I coached. Our whole team has been fed by his energy this year. —head coach Matt Krambeer

19.9 PPG 5.7 ROG 3.1 PPG 2.4 APG

“Peyton is a dynamic scorer who attracts the opposition’s best defenseman. His scoring ability is second to none and he was our team leader for interceptions. He is a team leader for us. » — Head Coach Mike Quigley

15.2 PPG 8.8 RPG 0.9 BPG 55%FG

“Klay makes the difference on the pitch. His size and strength forces teams to focus on him on both sides of the pitch. He owns the glass and is difficult to deal with on offensive block due to his size and toughness. —Quigley

12.5PPG, 4.5RPG, 1.3BPG

“Cole’s biggest step this season started at the end of October; he started to become a good leader for the team and focused on being a very good teammate all year. Over time, that’s started to really show as we improve throughout the season. He showed his ability to be coachable and to be a great teammate, which really showed his maturity. — head coach Michael Mohlis

9.1PPG, 4.3RPG, 1.7STL, 1.7AST

“Carter has made progress in his game all year, improving his scoring as he had bigger games later in the season by scoring over 10 points on several occasions. Carter takes great pride in improving as a team and cares deeply about the sports he is involved in. I look forward to his growth and the guys around him as we head into next year. —Mohlis

Honorable Mention Upper Iowa

7.8 PPG, 4.5 APG, 2.8-1 revenue support

“Tayler played for the scoreboard, not the scorecard. He always seemed to try to make winning plays for the team. He was a big part of why we won UIC (his junior season) and why this senior class will graduate after winning more games in two years than any other class in NFV history. . —Krambeer

11.1 PPG 7.6 RPG 1.2 SPG 1 BPG 56.9% FG

“He worked as hard as anyone on the court night after night. He may have dropped in size in other positions we’ve played, but he never outdid himself. Night after night, Blake was ready to put his body on the line to help us win. Those qualities are something you can’t train and that’s why I strongly believe he’s on course for a great senior season next year. —Krambeer

15.7 PPG 8.2 RPG 2.4 SPG 1.3 APG

“Logan had a great last year for us. He has really worked hard on the pitch and in the movies to improve and develop his game for the past four years. I am happy to see that this hard work has paid off and that he is recognized as one of the best players in our region. — Head Coach Darin Lockard

4.4 PPG 4.2 RPG 1.8 APG 1.1 SPG

Honorable Mention NICL East

5.5PPG, 3.4RPG, 1.2STL, 36.7% 3PT

4.7 PPG 4.4 RPG 1.5 APG 1.1 SPG