The 2019-20 #PBCHOOPS Boys Public School MVP is D'ante Daniels of Forest Hill High School.
Daniels, a senior point guard, averaged 13 points, 4.9 assists and 3.3 steals per game on the season. Numbers don't always tell the whole story, there were players in contention for the award that had bigger season statistically but no player was more valuable to the overall success of their team this season than Daniels. A successful season it was for the Falcons who made it to 7A State Final 4 for the first time in school history and finished with a 28-3 record overall.
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The 2019-20 #PBCHOOPS Girls Public School MVP is Keishmy Ayuso of Palm Beach Lakes High School.
Ayuso, a senior, averaged 17 points, 5.3 assists and 5.1 rebounds for a Lady Rams team that finished the season 21-10. Palm Beach Lakes season ended in Lakeland after a loss in to the state Final 4, Keishmy led the all scorers with 29 points in the loss capping off a stellar high school playing career.
The 2019-20 #PBCHOOPS Girls Private School MVP is Jillian Schenk of Lake Worth Christian School.
Schenk, a senior, has mostly flown under the radar in the county playing at Lake Worth Christian, amassing over 2,000 point in her career with little fan fair. In her final season Jillian averaged a double double of 24.2 points and 10.5 rebounds per game on a team that finished 15-4 before being eliminated in the Class 2A Regional Semi Finals.
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