LINDSAY — After averaging 17.8 points and 16.4 rebounds per game, Lindsay sophomore Lyndon Cook was named the District 13-1A Most Valuable Player by the league’s coaches on Wednesday.
Cook, who helped the Knights earn the district title, also led his team with 2.5 steals and 3.8 blocks per game and was one of six members of the Lindsay boys basketball team to earn honors.
Muenster’s Cole Walterscheid was named the Defensive MVP. The 6-foot-6 junior blocked 2.4 shots and grabbed 1.8 steals per contest in helping the Hornets to the Region II-1A quarterfinals.
Flusche, another Hornet Forward, was named the Sixth Man of the Year. The future University of North Texas football player missed the start of the year with an injury but came on late in the season to help Muenster in district play.
Lindsay freshman Andy Dieter was named the Newcomer of the Year. Dieter averaged 6.9 points per game and had 15 points in the Knights’ district-clinching win over Muenster to close the regular season.
Collinsville senior Jake Vella was named the Offensive MVP. Vella averaged 14.9 points per game while shooting 44 percent from the field - both are team-highs.
Lindsay coach Lynn Cook was named the Coach of the Year.
First-team all-district honors went to Connor Daley (Collinsville), John Lewis (Collinsville), Avery Fortenberry (Era), Kedrick Boaz (Lindsay), Austin Hennigan (Muenster), Trevor Hess (Muenster) and Kollin Meyer (Valley View).
Second-team honors went to Jace Claytor (Collinsville), Caleb Comer (Era), Tim Farr (Era), John Haverkamp (Lindsay), Zach Mlinar (Lindsay) and Hunter Klement (Muenster).
Honorable mention honors went to Jacob Metzler (Era), Caleb Thompson (Era), Clint Sidwell (Muenster) and Hunter French (Valley View).