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Here Are The WCAC Boys' All Conference BB Selections

The West Central Activities Conference has released its boys' all conference selections for the 2021-22 basketball season. Conference champion Van Meter headed up the selections with two Bulldogs making the first eight player unit.

ACGC's Miles Kading was one of two players to be unanimous selections, with the other being Mason Scheve of Pleasantville. Panorama's Jared Wasson was also picked for the first team. Scheve led the WCAC in scoring with a 25 points per game average. Kading was the third leading scorer with an average of 19 ppg and was second in assists with an average of 4.7 per game. Wasson averaged 16.5 ppg, good for seventh.

Second team area picks included Ben Marsh of ACGC and Brice Taylor of Panorama. Both schools landed two players on the honorable mention list. Brock Littler and Jedd Weinkoetz were selected from ACGC, while Maddox Hammerstrom and Braylon Dawes were selected from Panorama.

Panorama's Nick Peasley was chosen as the WCAC coach of the year by his peers.

First team: Chris Scheck (Sr-VM), Clark Fiala (Sr-VM), Adam Witty (Sr-DMC), Miles Kading (Sr-ACGC), Toryn Severson (Fr-Madrid), Jared Wasson (Sr-Panorama), Mason Sheve (Sr-Pl'ville)

Ty Heeren (Sr-Ogden)

Second team: Landon Craven (Soph-DMC), Kadyn Severson (Jr-Madrid), Brice Taylor (Sr-Panorama), Jack Christensen (Jr-Ogden), Dominic Braet (Sr, Earlham), Kale Day (Sr-I-35), Ben Marsh (Jr-ACGC), Casey Trudo (Sr-VM)

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