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The top players and coaches of the Mid-Buckeye Conference were honored at a banquet in Bellville on Monday. Award winners include, from left, Danville’s Doug Selvey, boys basketball coach of the year; Fredericktown’s Ryan Logan, boys basketball player of the year; Loudonville’s Austin Cary, wrestler of the year; Northridge’s Eric Potts, wrestling coach of the year; Johnstown’s Natalie Carpenter, girls basketball player of the year; and Johnstown’s Carl Dufford, girls basketball coach of the year.
The top players and coaches of the Mid-Buckeye Conference were honored at a banquet in Bellville on Monday. Award winners include, from left, Danville’s Doug Selvey, boys basketball coach of the year; Fredericktown’s Ryan Logan, boys basketball player of the year; Loudonville’s Austin Cary, wrestler of the year; Northridge’s Eric Potts, wrestling coach of the year; Johnstown’s Natalie Carpenter, girls basketball player of the year; and Johnstown’s Carl Dufford, girls basketball coach of the year. (Photo by Bill Davis) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
March 12, 2013 10:52 am EDT

 

BELLVILLE — Local high school stars were honored at the Mid-Buckeye Conference’s annual winter banquet, held in Bellville on Monday.

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Ryan Logan was named MBC Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The senior, recently named All-Area Player of the Year by the Mount Vernon News, is also a First Team All-District player. Logan led the conference in scoring (23.0 points per game), rebounds (11.7), steals (2.8) and blocked shots (3.0).

Logan’s teammate, Austin Hathaway, was named First Team All-MBC, as was Danville’s Bryce Staats, Utica’s Luke Holmes and Johnstown’s William Orr.

Danville head coach Doug Selvey was named MBC Boys Basketball Coach of the Year.

 

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