Interior Basketball players named to All-USA team

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - USA Today announced their All-USA teams for Boy's Basketball in each state.
Here in Alaska, the South-Central region dominated the first team, while two interior players earned spots on the second. ​
The second team had West Valley and Monroe Catholic standouts Terrell Peter and Quinn McHenry honored. ​
Peter was a consistent scoring threat for the Mid Alaska Conference Champion Wolfpack while McHenry, a 6'4" sophomore, had a breakout year for the Rams. ​
Joining the two interior athletes was future Alaska Nanook Marcus Lee from Ketchikan, along with his younger brother Chris Lee. ​
Colony Guard Jeremiah Hersrud rounded out the second team. For the first team, Dimond's Isaiah Moses, as well as East Anchorage's Kaeleb Johnson were the representatives from our state's largest city, while Daniel Headdings was the first team selection for Wasilla. ​
Colony's Patrick McMahon also earned a first-team honor while his teammate Sullivan Menard was named the player of the year. ​
The coach of the year was Ketchikan's Eric Stockhausen, who led the Kings from a #8 seed to a State title.