Nick Curtis was selected to the USA Today All-USA Maine Boys Basketball Second Team.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Mark Reed, Hermon
It had been 18 years since the Hawks had won a regional championship, but Reed’s squad wasn’t satisfied with just that accomplishment. Hermon posted a perfect 22-0 record and won the school’s first state title in any boys team sport, defeating Wells, 55-34, in the Class B title game.
Player of the Year
Terion Moss, G, Portland, 5-10/165, Sr.
The Mr. Basketball recipient also won his second consecutive Gatorade Award and committed to play for the University of Maine. Moss capped his career by averaging 19.6 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game as a senior.
Taylor Schildroth, G, George Stevens (Blue Hill), 6-1/170, Sr.
Schildroth fueled the Eagles’ third straight Class C state championship run with 24.7 points, 6.2 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 5.9 steals per game.
Ian McIntyre, C, Hampden Academy, 6-5/200, Sr.
The Mr. Basketball finalist averaged 18 points and 9 rebounds a game for the Broncos, who lost a one-point heartbreaker in the Class A state final.
Matthew Fleming, F, Bangor, 6-5/190, Jr.
Fleming was nearly unstoppable in his first season with the young Rams, scoring 23.8 points a night while also hauling in 13.2 rebounds.
Wol Maiwen, F, Edward Little (Auburn), 6-4/170, Jr.
The KVAC Player of the Year made highlight reels with his dunks and was consistently productive, averaging 18 points and nine rebounds for the Class AA state champions.
Jacob Godfrey, F/C, Hermon, 6-6/215, Sr.
Nolan Hagerty, F, Yarmouth, 6-7/210, Sr.
Nick Fiorillo, F/G, Scarborough, 6-7/190, Jr.
Zac Manoogian, G, Westbrook, 5-10/150, Sr.
Nick Curtis, G, Windham, 5-10/150, Sr.