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Young, Mitzel tabbed to North Dakota Class B All-State Team

Bismarck – Shiloh Christian’s Macauley Young and Jaden Mitzel have been named to the North Dakota Class B Boys Basketball All-State Team. These awards are voted on by the NDAPSSA. 

Senior Matt Reep was named to the North Dakota Academic All-State Team.

Both players had excellent seasons for the Skyhawks:

Young eclipsed the 1000 point mark on February 9th of this season, he was also named the District 9 Senior Athlete of the Year.

The 6’9” center saved his best work for North Dakota Class B Basketball State Tournament. Young compiled an impressive stat line during the tournament: 55 points, 58 rebounds, and 6 blocks. His strong play helped to net him a well-deserved spot on the All-Tournament team.

Macauley Young (Photo by Ian Grande)

Macauley Young (Photo by Ian Grande)

Mitzel led the Skyhawks in scoring this year (18 ppg) while establishing himself as one of the top juniors in the state. He was named to the North Dakota Class B All-Tournament team in 2018. Mitzel was also named to the All-State team in football earlier this year.

Jaden Mitzel (Photo by Ian Grande)

Jaden Mitzel (Photo by Ian Grande)

See article: Mitzel scores 37, Skyhawks cruise to Mandan Basketball Tournament title

The last Shiloh Christian Boys Basketball player to be named to the All-State team was Zac Martin (2015-2016). Former Shiloh Christian standouts Amber Stevahn (2017-2018) and Krista Ulmer (2015-2016) were also named to the All-State team in recent years.  

First Team:

Dalton Albrecht – Grafton

Carson Henningsgard – Hillsboro-CV

Ben Bohl – Bishop Ryan

Hayden Overby – Thompson

Cole Myers – Richland

 

Second Team:

Jaden Mitzel – Shiloh Christian

Macauley Young – Shiloh Christian

Jesse Chase – Mandaree

Mason Hedberg – Bishop Ryan

Doug Yankton – Four Winds – Minnewaukan

Tommy Burke – Berthold

Jamison Kramer – Lamoure-Litchville-Marion

Cody Perkins – Mott-Regent

Seth Nelson – Carrington

Austin Molan – Ellendale

Michael Two Hearts – Dunseith


Please feel free to email Ian Grande (SkyhawkGazette@gmail.com) with any comments or concerns.

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