With the high school season just ending we thought we would look at the awards that came out starting with the all-league first team from the city league. Will Anciaux Will Anciaux 6'6" | PF Kapaun Mt Carmel | 2023…
With the high school season just ending we thought we would look at the awards that came out starting with the all-league first team from the city league.
(Kapaun, 6’6″ Senior)- The Kapaun stud did it all for them on and off the court pertaining to the field. Will with their familiar last name established a name for himself scoring 1,000 career points and while we enjoyed his dominance on the court he is headed to Kansas state university to play Tight End. During his time at Kapaun, he was a flat-out monster in the paint and there wasn’t much you can do to stop his physicality.
(Bishop Carroll, 6’4″ Junior)- The guard for bishop Carroll created a lot of mismatch problems with his size. He could post up smaller guards or he could bring you out on the perimeter and blow past you. He has the range to shoot deep three-pointers and he’s strong enough to finish under the rim in the paint amongst the giants. Look for him to have another big summer this year.
William Thengvall (Kapaun, 6’4″ Junior)- William adds to that size for the crusaders leading them to a deep playoff run. With great coaching from Coach Eck and sound play from William, they created a ton of noise beating heights earlier in the year and going as far as they did in the state. If you are one that loves sound basketball and loves to watch basketball played the right way, check out William’s game and you will see everything you need to see! Great footwork, 2 feet finishes, and textbook shooting, he has it all.
Tasean Williams (Northwest, 5’8″ Junior)- The quick and shifty guard knows how to play and does it with passion. Constantly keeping his grizzlies team in games, they look his way to get it done. From creating his own shot for a jumper or getting to the rim to finish amongst the bigs inside, Williams gets it done.
(Heights, 6’4″ Junior)- TJ to no surprise on this list led his team to an amazing year but came up short in the state championship game. A lefty guard that does it all for this falcons team has another year to win another championship. With his strong driving ability and athletic finishes, you can expect he will look to bring his team back to the championship next year.
Marcus Zeigler (Heights, 6’0″ Senior)- Marcus who serves as the primary ball handler and defender for his falcon team put on a stellar year this year. Picking the ball up full court, playmaking for his team, and scoring when he needs to, Zeigler was huge this year and might’ve been a bit underappreciated.