GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- Kaukauna's Jordan McCabe has been named the Associated Press's boys basketball player of the year, while Oshkosh North coach Brad Weber has been named the state's coach of the year.
McCabe averaged 26.7 points per game and averaged 7.8 assists per game as the West Virginia recruit led Kaukauna to its second Division 2 state title in three seasons.
McCabe scored his team's final eight points, including the game-winning layup with 2.3 seconds to play, to beat Milwaukee Washington, 76-74 at the Kohl Center.
"The first thing that jumps out is Jordan has tremendous work ethic," Kaukauna coach Mike Schalow said. "With his work ethic he has a great skill set and with that he has outstanding confidence. He's an ultra-competitor. When you you put the hard work ethic with wanting to compete at a high level you have a special player."
McCabe completed his career with 2,442 career points, sixth-best all-time in state history.
Meanwhile, Weber had an impressive first season as North's coach, replacing long-time coach Frank Schade. Weber, a Schade assistant, led North to a 27-1 record and its first state title as it handled Brookfield East, 61-44, in the Division 1 state tournament.
Also, Oshkosh North's Tyrese Haliburton was a first-team pick, while Xavier's Hunter Plamann was a third-team pick and North's Quincy Anderson a fourth-team pick.
AP All-State Team
Drew Blair, 6-3, sr., Stevens Point; JC Butler, 6-5 sr., Racine Prairie; Tyrese Haliburton, 6-5, sr., Oshkosh North (unanimous); Tyler Herro, 6-5, sr., Whitnall (unanimous); Jordan McCabe, 6-0, sr., Kaukauna (unanimous)
Grant Basile, 6-8, sr., Pewaukee; Patrick Cartier, 6-8, sr., Brookfield East; John Diener, 6-4, sr., Cedarburg; Jalen Johnson, 6-8, soph., Sun Prairie; Marlon Ruffin, 6-4, sr., Sun Prairie
Peter Brookshaw, 6-0, sr., Prescott; Johnny Davis, 6-5, soph., La Crosse Central; Marcus Domask, 6-6, jr., Waupun; Mitch Listau, 6-4, sr., Waunakee; Hunter Plamann, 6-1., sr., Xavier
Quincy Anderson, 6-4, sr., Oshkosh North; Tanner Brandt, 6-7, sr., Wisconsin Dells; Carlos Curtis. 6-3, sr., Milwaukee Riverside; Keshawn Justice, 6-6, sr., Madison East; Deontay Long, 6-5, jr., Milwaukee Washington
Max Alba, sr, Franklin; Ethan Anderson, sr., Black River Falls; Seth Anderson, sr., Marshfield; Patrick Baldwin Jr., fr., Sussex Hamilton; Dalton Banks, soph., Eau Claire North; Hayden Baughman, sr., Chippewa Falls McDonell; Bailey Blanchard, jr., Clear Lake; Donovan Blevins, sr., Platteville; Cullen Brooks, sr., New Glarus; Brogan Brunker, sr., Middleton; Diovonte Caldwell, sr., Destiny; Nobal Days, jr., Racine Park; Sam Ferris, sr., Xavier; Mike Foster Jr., fr., Milwaukee Washington; Jay Gentry, sr., Brown Deer; Donneil Gray, jr., Madison La Follette; Joe Grundhoffer, sr., Assumption; Jaxon Knotek, sr., River Falls; Noah Kollock, jr., Almond-Bancroft; Jaden Kreklow, jr., New Glarus; Gacoby Jones, sr., Whitefish Bay Dominican; Isaac Lindsey, soph., Mineral Point; Jaylen Mahone, sr., Laconia; Sam Meerstein, Jr., Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran; Cole Nau, jr., Brookfield Central; De’Monte Nelson, sr., Kenosha Bradford; Jacob Ognacevic, soph., Sheboygan Lutheran; Jack Pettit, sr., Union Grove; Jack Plumb, sr., Bay Port; Luke Reader, sr., Bangor; Alec Rosner, sr., Kimberly; Derek Sabin, sr., Slinger; Mitchel Schneider, sr., Manitowoc Roncalli; Jake Schroeckenthaler, sr., Monona Grove; CJ Siegel, sr., La Crosse Logan; Nate Siewert, sr., Deerfield; Noah Skifton, sr., Onalaska; Connor Sorenson, sr., South Shore; Mason Steffen, sr., Waunakee; Chris Thompson, sr., Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau; Owen Thuene, sr., Waupun; Tyson Tully, sr., Reedsburg; Kyle Tuma, sr., Valders; AJ Vukovich, soph., East Troy; Owen White, sr., Rhinelander; Jaeden Zackery, jr., Westosha Central.
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