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Three Panthers were named to the 2022-2023 Clarence Cannon Conference Boys All-Conference Basketball team.
Bear Bock was a unanimous choice to the first team, while Carson Hicks made the second team, and Tyler Banta, honorable mention.
Bock, a junior, led the Panthers with a 13 points per game, nine rebounds per game and five assists per game averages.
Hicks, a junior, averaged 11 points, five rebounds and one assist per game.
Banta, a senior, averaged five points, three rebounds an one assist per game.
The Panthers finished in a three-way tie with Centralia and South Shelby for second place in the conference at 5-2, behind Macon at 7-0.
Macon’s Boston Douglas was named CCC Player of the Year after leading his team to an undefeated league title. Macon Coach Dale Davenport was named Coach of the Year.
*Boston Douglas, senior, Macon
*Maurice Magruder, senior, Macon
*Bear Bock, junior, Palmyra
Hayden Lovingier, senior, Macon
Mykel Linear, senior, Macon
* Denotes unanimous selection
Devin Stutsman, senior, Highland
Carson Hicks, junior, Palmyra
Carter Briscoe, senior, Clark County
Lawrence Bennett, junior, Centalia
Logan Rosenfelder, sophomore, Centralia
Jayden Baker, senior, South Shelby
Zaiden Wood, senior, South Shelby
Trey Countryman, senior, South Shelby
Reece Buhlig, senior, Monroe City
Jaylyn Countryman, senior, Monroe City
Tyler Banta, senior, Palmyra
Drayson Daniels, senior, Clark County
Owen Boley, senior, Brookfield
Boen Zimmerman, senior, Centralia
Boys Final Standings
Macon 7-0 22-5
S. Shelby 5-2 16-13
Centralia 5-2 14-12
Palmyra 5-2 20-8
Clark Co. 2-5 8-16
Highland 2-5 3-22
Mon. City 2-5 8-20
Brookfield 0-7 4-23