Preseason Player of the Year: 2024 Caden Kettman (Marquette Catholic) This division lost a lot of production from last year to graduation, which makes this POY pick difficult. After finishing third in the division last year, Marquette Catholic is probably…
Preseason Player of the Year: 2024 Caden Kettman (Marquette Catholic)
This division lost a lot of production from last year to graduation, which makes this POY pick difficult. After finishing third in the division last year, Marquette Catholic is probably the team to beat this season. Kettman, a 6-3 do-it-all forward, is a major reason why. The most impactful player on the team that we project to be the best in the division.
2024 Caden Kettman (Marquette Catholic): 9.0 points, 8.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 2.0 steals, 2.7 blocks
Few players in the state, regardless of class, put together a stat line like Kettman did last year as a sophomore. He contributes across the board and should be the best player in the division this season.
2023(Easton Valley): 7.1 points, 4.3 rebounds, 5.7 assists, 3.6 steals, 46.7 FG%
A small but quick lead guard who does a good job getting into the teeth of the defense and finding open shooters or cutting teammates, Fuegen is a lot of fun to watch as a passer. He’s also a pest on the defensive end, using his quick hands and feet to make life difficult for opposing ball-handlers.
2025 Hakael Powell (Prince of Peace): 13.5 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.7 steals
An athletic 5-10 guard, Powell had a very productive freshman season as a scorer, leading the Irish at 13.5 points a game. He also contributes at a high level on the glass on both ends of the floor (2.2 offensive, 2.9 defensive).
2023 Marcus Blount (Prince of Peace): 12.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 2.0 steals
Blount will pair with Powell to give the Irish arguably the best backcourt in the division. He’s a talented playmaker who gets others involved well, does a good job limiting turnovers, and contributes on the glass.
2023 Cole VanderHeiden (Calamus-Wheatland): 11.9 points, 10.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists
A 6-2/6-3 power forward, VanderHeiden is the only returnee who averaged a double-double last season, controlling the glass on both ends of the floor for the Warriors. With their top four scorers returning, Cal-Wheatland will be a factor in this division race.
2024 Kannon Still (Marquette Catholic)
2023 Zain Sauer (Midland)
2024 Isaac Wilhelm (Calamus-Wheatland)
2023 Evan Scott (Marquette Catholic)
2024 Cale Crist (Midland)
2024 Pedar Rohling (Calamus-Wheatland)
2023 Jacob Weih (Calamus-Wheatland)
2024 Jhikeith McGraw (Prince of Peace)
2023 Warren Etten (Midland)
2025 Spencer Roeder (Marquette Catholic)
2024 Isaac Brinker (Marquette Catholic)
2024 Aidan Clausen (Marquette Catholic)
2024 Jaydon Nabb (North Cedar)