Western New England Honors Announced

New England Recruiting Report | Sunday, February 28th, 2010

Western New England Honors Announced

Taft post-graduate Chris Evans was named the Most Valuable Player of the Western New England Conference this weekend.  Evans has averaged 22 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists this season while leading Taft to an overall record of 17-7 and the top seed in the upcoming Western New England tournament.  Evans was also named an All New England performer in football this fall.  The Stamford, Connecticut native signed a National Letter of Intent this November to play his college basketball at Sacred Heart. 

All Western New England First Team

Chris Evans, Taft School, 2010
Zaid Hearst, Salisbury School, 2011
Eric Katenda, Cheshire Academy, 2011
Luke Matarazzo, Choate Rosemary Hall, 2010
Xavier Pollard, Suffield Academy, 2010
Latif Rivers, Avon Old Farms, 2010
Stevie Rogers, Choate Rosemary Hall, 2010

All Western New England Second Team

Theodore Boyomo, Kent School, 2010
Allen Harris, Suffield Academy, 2010
Darian Hooker, Kent School, 2010
John Nielson, Loomis Chaffee, 2010
Gary Ricks Jr., Kent School, 2010
Will Tye, Salisbury School, 2010
Chris Williams, Wilbraham & Monson, 2010

All Western New England Third Team

Mike Celestin, Trinity Pawling, 2010
John Papale, Choate Rosemary Hall, 2012
Jihaad Pretlow, Avon Old Farms, 2013
Peter Rakocevic, Wilbraham & Monson, 2010
Ahmad Reid, Berkshire School, 2011

Honorable Mention: Drew Absher, Gunnery, 2010; Cameron Bell, Pomfret, 2010; John Donovan, Williston-Northampton, 2010; Eric Dortch, Wilbraham & Monson, 2010; Will Hall, Deerfield, 2010; Kyle Kager, Deerfield, 2011; John Kalin, Trinity-Pawling, 2010; Ben King, Williston Northampton, 2013; Morgan Lee, Trinity-Pawling, 2011; Lachlan Magee, Salisbury, 2010; Greg Miller, Westminster, 2010; Greg Nicol, Taft, 2010; Devonte Phillips, Berkshire, 2010; Jeff Tagger, Taft, 2010, Nate Vernon, Suffield, 2010; Darius Ware, Gunnery, 2010; Matt Wilson, Westminster, 2011; Diamonte Zarba, Berkshire, 2013.