Boys Basketball: 2014-15 All-Centennial League teams

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Overland junior De'Ron Davis, who averaged 16.3 points, 11.3 rebounds and 5.1 blocked shots per game for the Class 5A state champions, is one of three Trailblazers on the All-Centennial League first team for the 2014-15 boys basketball season. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Overland junior De’Ron Davis, who averaged 16.3 points, 11.3 rebounds and 5.1 blocked shots per game for the Class 5A state champions, is one of three Trailblazers on the All-Centennial League first team for the 2014-15 boys basketball season. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | The following is a look at the players from the Aurora teams (Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill) and others who were voted all-conference first and second teams in the Centennial League for their play during the 2014-15 boys basketball season:

2014-15 ALL-CENTENNIAL LEAGUE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS

FIRST TEAM

Eaglecrest sophomore Colbey Ross (1) scored 19 points when the Raptors played Overland on Feb. 4, though the Trailblazers ended up with a 74-61 victory. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Eaglecrest’s Colbey Ross (1) averaged 17.3 points per game as a sophomore and made the All-Centennial League first team along with brother Elijah and teammate Blend Avdili. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Aurora selections: David Thornton, jr., Cherokee Trail; Blend Avdili, sr., Colbey Ross, soph., and Elijah Ross, sr., Eaglecrest; Austin Conway, sr., De’Ron Davis, jr., and Reggie Gibson, jr., Overland

Other selections: Nate Davis, jr., Mullen

Coach of the Year: Morgan Gregory, Cherokee Trail

Cherokee Trail junior David Thornton averaged 13.6 points per game for the Cougars and was selected to the 2014-15 All-Centennial League first team. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Cherokee Trail junior David Thornton averaged 13.6 points per game for the Cougars and was selected to the 2014-15 All-Centennial League first team. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

SECOND TEAM

Aurora selections: Ronnie Barfield, jr., and Jaizec Lottie, soph., Cherokee Trail; Peter Anderson, sr., Eaglecrest; Jarred Burr, sr., and Andrew Joiner, sr., Grandview; Shae Wyatt, soph., Smoky Hill

Grandview senior Andrew Joiner averaged 15.3 points per game on his way to second team All-Centennial League honors for the 2014-15 boys basketball season. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Grandview senior Andrew Joiner averaged 15.3 points per game on his way to second team All-Centennial League honors for the 2014-15 boys basketball season. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Other selections: Kyle Lukasiewicz, soph., Arapahoe; Will Bower, sr., Will Halfon, jr., and Hayden Parr, jr., Cherry Creek

HONORABLE MENTION

Aurora selections: Izaiah Lottie, sr., Cherokee Trail; Logan Longo, sr., Grandview; Dalontae Kelly, sr., Smoky Hill

Smoky Hill sophomore Shae Wyatt (1) goes up for a basket early in the third quarter of the Buffaloes' 61-40 Centennial League boys basketball win over Mullen on Jan. 23, 2015, at the Pepsi Center. Wyatt finished with 16 points. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Smoky Hill’s Shae Wyatt played his way onto the second team All-Centennial League for the 2014-15 boys basketball season. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Other selections: Ryan King, jr., and Max Whitehead, sr., Arapahoe; Blake Goldsberry, sr., and Caesar Jones, sr., Cherry Creek

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Ed Harrison
Ed Harrison
7 years ago

No disrespect to David Thornton But, how does Andrew Joiner not get selected in his senior season! He had a higher ppg throughout the regular season. His shooting ability and impact on the floor was significant for his team this season! I would love to know how these players are selected and if pure stats play a role in where they end up in being selected for All-league.