Boys basketball: BCANY Section 9 awards

The Basketball Coaches Association of New York (BCANY) has made its selections for the Section 9 all-stars.
In order to receive any BCANY award, the head coach must be a member of the Association.
Class AA
Player of year - Bryan Powell, Pine Bush
Coach of year - John Kelly, Burke Catholic
All-stars: Burke Catholic – Andre Paul; Jake Pawliczak; Kingston – Bryan Moore; Damani Thomas; Chris Wright; Middletown – Marquis Gill; Minisink Valley – Matt Koval; Monroe-Woodbury – Brandon Adams; Rob Vacco; Newburgh – Zach Barnes; Pine Bush – Mason Memmelaar; Brandon Powell; Roosevelt – Kevin Henri; Valley Central – Dan Ferrond; Warwick – Zach Goldstein; Washingtonville – Ryan Johnson; Brendan O’Leary
Sportsmanship award - Burke Catholic
3-point champ - Brian Moore, Pine Bush (55 percent)
Free throw champ - Brian Moore, Pine Bush (87 percent)
Class A
Player of year - Dior Johnson, Saugerties
Coach of year - Stuart Robinson, New Paltz
All-stars: Cornwall – Eric Fosstviet; Will Fredericks; Zack Swaby; Goshen – Zach Foley; Monticello – Alberto Florez, Josh Gattling; New Paltz – Casey Burke, Michael Holihand, Axel Rodriguez; Port Jervis – Devin Munoz; Red Hook – Hunter Cole, Chris Yearwood; Saugerties – Austin Curlin; Wallkill – Stefon Miller
Sportsmanship award - New Paltz
3-point champ - Austin Curlin, Saugerties (40 percent)
Free throw champ – Dior Johnson, Saugerties (82 percent)
Class B
Player of year - Jaiden Allen, Marlboro
Coach of year - Mike Koehler, Marlboro
All-stars: Chester – Kevin Stein; Ellenville – Sivon Diconcillo, Justin Guliano, Ramil Johnson; Fallsburg – Brandon Blakney, Rashaad Nurse; Highland – Andre Twyman; Liberty – Roy Penn-Cosentino; Marlboro – Austin Casey, John Perugino; O’Neill – Darius Boben, Miles Eberhard; Spackenkill – Kyiev Bennermon, Brian Helfman
Sportsmanship award - Highland
3-point champ - Joey Battiato, Ellenville (47 percent)
Free throw champ – Max Rodriguez, Ellenville (80 percent)
Class C/D
Player of year - John Guerra, S.S. Seward
Coach of year - Rob Gravelle, S.S. Seward
All-stars: Livingston Manor – Juniper Brown; Millbrook – Humberto Cabrera, Jake Daly, Patrick Kyle; Roscoe – Dan Clancy; S.S. Seward – Andrew Sanchez, Matt Stam, Bobby Verblaauw; Sullivan West – Collin Hauschild; Tri-Valley – Chase Botsford, Brennan Healy
Sportsmanship award – Millbrook
3-point champ - Patrick Kyle, Millbrook (43.8 percent)
Free-throw champ - Chase Botsford, Tri-Valley (78.2 percent)

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