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#PBCHOOPS 2021-22 Boys CO-MVP - Calvin Sirmans and Marvin Golf

The 2021-22 #PBCHOOPS All Schools Co-Most Valuable Players are Marvin Golf and Calvin Sirmans from Lake Worth High School.

Golf and Sirmans, both juniors, led a potent Trojan squad to a 21-4 record and a trip to 7A State Semifinal in Lakeland. The two combined for over 30 points per game on the season with Golf averaged 14.5 points and 7.8 rebounds while Sirmans averaged 17.1 points dishing out 5.4 assist each time out.

#PBCHOOPS 2021-22 Boys Player of the Year - Ryan Davis

The 2021-22 #PBCHOOPS All Schools Player of the Year is Ryan Davis of Martin County High School

Davis averaged 18.0 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.1 assist in 22 games for the 6A State Champion Tigers. Coach John Leon reflected on Ryan's career at Martin County "Ryan Davis has been a varsity starter since arriving to campus 4 years ago. He gradually gained the confidence of his teammates as the leader and consistently improved his abilities and teams improvement has been the result every year afterwards."

#PBCHOOPS 2021-22 Boys All County 1st Team- 2nd Team

2021-22 #PBCHOOPS ALL-COUNTY - BOYS

1st Team

Kendall Seguignol (Palm Beach Central) c/o 2022
Michael Cooper (Forest Hill) c/o 2022
Brendan Williams (Wellington) c/o 2022
Caleb Mackrey (Olympic Heights) c/o 2022
Kyle Edison (Saint John Paul II) c/o 2023
Kyle McNeal (Dwyer) c/o 2023

2021-22 #PBCHOOPS GIRLS All District Teams

Here's a look at top girls performers for the 2021-22 Season:

Class 2A - Region R4 - District 14

Glades Day
Grandview Prep
Lake Worth Christian
Trinity Christian
Village Academy

District 14-2A Players of the Year - No Submissions from Coaches

District 14-2A 1st Team

No Submissions from Coaches

District 14-2A 2nd Team

No Submissions from Coaches

2021-22 #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year - Elijah Duval

The 2021-22 #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year is Elijah Duval of Martin County High School.

Each year the #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year goes to the student-athlete who makes the biggest move from unknown to known and no player in the area made a bigger entrance than 2024 sophomore Elijah Duval. Duval averaged 18.0 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.1 assist in 22 games for the 6A State Champion Tigers.

2021-22 #PBCHOOPS All District Teams

The 2021-22 #PBCHOOPS Year End Awards kick off with our All-District players, where putting up big numbers count but don't always make up the entire selection process.

Here's a look at each districts top performers for the 2021-22 Season:

Class 2A - Region R4 - District 13

Atlantic Christian
Berean Christian
Masters Academy
Morningside Academy
Pine School
St. Edward's

#PBCHOOPS 2020-21 Boys Private Schools Player of the Year and MVP - Josh Minott

2020-21 #PBCHOOPS ALL-COUNTY - PRIVATE SCHOOLS

1st Team

Gunner Walters (Grandview Prep) c/o 2022
Makye Boles (Grandview Prep) c/o 2021
Conner Weston (Jupiter Christian) c/o 2022
Devin Hines (Saint Andrew’s) c/o 2021
Johnathon Joseph (King’s Academy) c/o 2021

2nd Team

Pedro Brown (Grandview Prep) c/o 2021
AJ Gilles (Grandview Prep) c/o 2021
Matt Ansah (Saint John Paul II) c/o 2021
RJ Morris (Jupiter Christian) c/o 2021
Bobby Stewart (Saint Andrew’s) c/o 2021

2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Private Schools Breakout Player of the Year - Zakaih Saez

Each year the #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year goes to the athlete who makes the biggest move from unknown to known. This past season was unusual therefore the award season will also be unusual, this year the #PBCHOOPS BPOY will be awarded in both Public and Private Schools.

The 2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Private Schools Breakout Player of the Year is Zakaih Saez of King's Academy.

2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools Breakout Player of the Year - Alex Houck

Each year the #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year goes to the athlete who makes the biggest move from unknown to known. This past season was unusual therefore the award season will also be unusual, this year the #PBCHOOPS BPOY will be awarded in both Public and Private Schools.

The 2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools Breakout Player of the Year is Alex Houck of Jupiter High School.

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