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Top players, coaches selected in CHSL boys hoops

By: Mark Vest | C&G Newspapers | Published March 21, 2019

 Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Lorne Bowman tries to drive by a Bloomfield Hills High defender in a game earlier this season. Bowman was named to the All-Catholic team.

Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Lorne Bowman tries to drive by a Bloomfield Hills High defender in a game earlier this season. Bowman was named to the All-Catholic team.

Photo by Mariusz Nowak

METRO DETROIT — The Catholic High School League recently announced its honor teams from the boys basketball season.

Following is a list of the players who earned All-Catholic, All-League and All-Academic selections, along with the Coach of the Year honorees from each division.

Ethan Bach, Macomb Lutheran North; Garrett Balazsi and Kevin Tuttle, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Jordan Benson and Alex Finney, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood; Lorne Bowman, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s; Jon Brantley, Birmingham Brother Rice; Larry DeDalis and Nolan Julio, Marine City Cardinal Mooney; Julian Dozier, Daniel Friday and Jalen Thomas, University of Detroit Jesuit; Josef Gjonaj, Warren De La Salle; Kyle Gurney and Parker LePage, Dearborn Divine Child; Dylan Hemphill, Cam Hudson and Mark Mayberry, Detroit Loyola; Angel Jaramillo, Detroit Cristo Rey; Davis Lukomski and Justin Rukat, Novi Detroit Catholic Central; AJ Massucci, Royal Oak Shrine; Mike Maten and Sam Siepker, Madison Heights Bishop Foley; Michael McGrath, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Ryan Otis and Noah Schlussel, West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy; Noah Robak, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes; Nate Rumler, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard; and Drew Sachs and Stevie Snabes, Ann Arbor Greenhills.

Clark Doman and Torrell Williams, Cranbrook; Brendan Downs and Keegan Koehler, Catholic Central; Deshon Elam, Michael Holdsclaw and Matthew Silka, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Owen Groth and Anthony Massucci, Shrine; Caleb Hardies and Colin Moldenhauer, Lutheran North; Joe Kennedy, Bishop Foley; Will Kennedy, Greenhills; Jacob Klein, Jewish Academy; Aeron Latham, Jimmy Liegey and Cam Urbanick, Divine Child; Satchel Love, Cristo Rey; Jordan Montgomery and J.T. Morgan, U of D Jesuit; Michael Nardone, Everest Collegiate; Bobby O’Guin and Jody Smith, Allen Park Cabrini; Vince Oliver, WOLL; Matthew Osterhout and Michael Sherman, De La Salle; Chris Perry, Loyola; Kareem Rozier and Khalil Rozier, St. Mary’s; Greg Kendzicky, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard; and Cameron Strong, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett.

Ben Alderson, Bishop Foley; Jacob Balash, Divine Child; William Bloomberg, Jewish Academy; Ricardo Campos, Cristo Rey; Colby Daiek, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Jimmy Fister, Cabrini; Leo Fried, Greenhills; Jake Gourwitz, Cranbrook; Mike Harding, Catholic Central; Cameron Howell, WOLL; Noah Hoxsie, Cardinal Mooney; Blake Kizi, St. Mary’s; Josh Kurlinski, Lutheran North; James Mackenzie, Brother Rice; Trevor Myers, Everest Collegiate; Dan Romano, Shrine; Brad Scavo, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard; Christopher Shorkey, Chesterfield Austin Catholic; William Smythe, De La Salle; Akil Stewart, U of D Jesuit; and Javionne Thompson, Loyola.

Top coaches
Coaches from the CHSL also received recognition, with U of D Jesuit’s Pat Donnelly selected as Coach of the Year in the Central Division; Dennis Morey, of Loyola, in the AA Division; Marc Summers, of WOLL, in Intersectional I; and Kris Daiek, of Riverview Gabriel Richard, in Intersectional II.