Super Q All Stars – Basketball


Coach of the Year: Derek Dibling, Fredericktown

Player of the Year: Carter Jones, Centerburg

Carter Jones of Centerburg, 16 points per game. Jones will be playing at MVNU next season

Caleb Sheriff of Fredericktown, Sheriff averaged 14 points per game and was very active on the glass and on the offensive end

Blake Meyer, Mount Vernon, Blake averaged over 12 points per game for the Jackets

Ty Hatfield, Fredericktown, Ty averaged 12 points per game and helped run the efficient Fredericktown offense

Weston Melick, East Knox, averaged 15ppg and became the second all time leading scorer in East Knox basketball history. He also helped guide his team to their first sectional title since 1991

Second Team

Shane Knepp East Knox

Kaid Carpenter Fredericktown

Lincoln Cunningham Fredericktown

Mick Mead, Centerburg

Beau Bridges Mount Vernon

Honorable Mention

Darren Mickley and Wyatt Weckesser of Danville

Levi Houck Centerburg

Thomas Caputo Fredericktown

Hudson Rohler and Dayne Burgess Mount Vernon

2019-2020- NO TEAM DUE TO COVID 19

2018-19 Super Q All Star Basketball Team

Player of the Year: Carter Jones, Centerburg. Averaged nearly 17 points and 9 rebounds per game as a Sophomore

Coach of the Year: Chris Powell, Highland. Led his team to a KMAC Championship

The Remainder of the First team joining Jones:

Mack Anglin Highland

Nick Cunningham Fredericktown

Mason Mollohan Mount Gilead

Weston Melick East Knox

Second Team

Hayden Hankinson Centerburg

Lincoln Cunningham Fredericktown

Corbin Hazen Danville

Dylan James Danville

Noah Gleason Mount Vernon

2017-18 Super Q All Star Basketball Team

Player of the Year: Skyler Durbin, Danville 21 Points a game along with 8 rebounds a game and 4 assists per contest

Coach of the Year: Nick Coon, Mount Vernon, Led Mount Vernon to first District Final game since 1993

The rest of the First team joining Durbin:

Nick Cunningham of Fredericktown: Cunningham averaged 14 points a game along with 5 rebounds and over 3 assists per contest.

Hayden Hankinson of Centerburg: Hankinson averaged nearly 13 points per game and dominated on the glass nightly.

Jeffrey Rucker of Mount Vernon: Rucker averaged 10 points and nearly 7 boards a game while shooting almost 60 percent from the field.

Kaden Daniels of Mount Vernon: Daniels averaged nearly 12 points a game along with almost 3 assists, 5 rebounds and 2 steals a contest.

The second team:

Dylan James of Danville

Collin Barteau of Mount Vernon

Xavier Stallard of Fredericktown

Kadden Lester of East Knox

Tyler Bills of Mount Vernon