Morrison, Schriver named to All-Conference basketball team

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  • Wildcat Quintin Schriver was recently named an Honorable Mention selection to the Northwest A All-Conference Team. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Senior forward Matthew Morrison was recently named to the Northwest A All-Conference Second Team. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • Wildcat Quintin Schriver was recently named an Honorable Mention selection to the Northwest A All-Conference Team. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Senior forward Matthew Morrison was recently named to the Northwest A All-Conference Second Team. (Jeremy Weber photo)

Wildcat seniors Matthew Morrison and Quintin Schriver received post-season honors last week as the pair was named to the Northwest A All-Conference team.

Morrison picked up second-team honors after a season in which he averaged 9.6 points and 9.7 rebound per contest. Morrison also led the Cats in blocked shots this season with 21.

Schriver was an honorable mention selection after a season in which he scored 8.7 points-per-game and four rebounds. Schriver was also second on the team in steals (39), assists (38), and blocked shots (7).

All-State selections from Northwest A included Libby’s Ryggs Johnston, Polson’s Shade Main and Browning’s Tyree Whitcomb and Brandon Aimsback. Browning’s Daniel Connelly was named the conference Coach of the Year.

All-Conference and All-State selection for Class A included:

Class A Boys 2018

All-Conference – All-State

1st Team – Northwest (*All-State)

*Ryggs Johnston 11 Libby

*Tyree Whitcomb 11 Browning

*Shade Main 12 Polson

*Brandon Aimsback 12 Browning

Ezekiel Misa 12 Ronan

2nd Team – Northwest

Connor Lanier 11 Polson

Anthony Camel 11 Ronan

Lee Walburn 11 Whitefish

Matthew Morrison 12 Columbia Falls

Nathaniel Stiffarm 12 Browning

Honorable Mention – Northwest

Dallas Durheim 11 Ronan

JJ Davis 11 Libby

Quintin Schriver 12 Columbia Falls

Ryan Kemm 11 Whitefish

Brian Peck 11 Libby

Robin Erickson 11 Polson

Northwest Coach of the Year: Daniel Connelly Browning

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