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2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Boys Private Schools Player of the Year and MVP - Ben Lubarsky

Coming into the season Ben Lubarsky was recognized as one of the top players in the county and expected to have a great year. By seasons end Lubarsky solidified himself as one of the top players not only in south Florida but the state averaging 25 points and 9 rebounds a game on the season. While holding the pressure of being the Buccaneers go to guy in every situation. Lubarsky handled the it well surpassing the 1,000 point careers scoring mark and leading Benjamin to the Regional Finals one win away from the state Final 4.

#PBCHOOPS 2017-18 Girls Public Schools All County - 2nd Team

Grace Alfieri

(Boca Raton) Sophomore - Guard

Kelsi Mingo

(Boca Raton) Sophomore - Guard

Recilia Nonnombre

(Lake Worth) Junior - Guard

Shykim Gillion

(West Boca Raton) Junior - Guard

Brittany Wilcox

(Palm Beach Lakes) Junior - Forward

Keishmy Ayuso

(Palm Beach Lakes) Sophomore - Guard

#PBCHOOPS 2017-18 Girls Private Schools All County - 2nd Team

Anise Williams

(Benjamin) Senior - Guard
Averaged 12.4 points, 3.8 steals and 3.1 assist per game on the season.

Haley Howarth

(Oxbridge Academy) Junior - Guard
Key contributor on State title team averaging 8.2 point and 2.8 rebounds a game.

Grace Hundley

(Cardinal Newman) Junior - Guard
A 3-point specialist, averaged 15.4 point, 5.5 rebounds and knocked down 119 3-pointers on the season.

#PBCHOOPS 2017-18 Boys Private Schools All County 1st Team

Jammy Pierre-Louis

(Saint Andrew's) Senior - Guard

Came into the season will big shoes to fill with the departure of Anthony Polite, Pierre-Louise picked up nicely as the go to scorer for the Scots averaging 23 points, 5 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game.

2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Coach of the Year Matthew Colin - Wellington

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The 2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Coach of the Year is Matthew Colin of Wellington High School. Coach Colin led the Wolverines to an undefeated regular season before falling in their lone loss in the FHSAA Class 9A state championship game, finishing 32-1 and the #1 ranked #PBCHOOPS Top 5 to end the season.

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