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September 2014

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HONOR ROLL

These are the players who were voted to this season's team. Be sure to check out our updated interactive map of all-time leading scorers and our interactive guide to the team.

 

ALL SUBURBAN ROUNDUP

Find out who the best athletes in the area are by checking out the NOW All-Suburban teams:

Making the Team

How they are chosen

  • The NOW sports staff begins compiling each All-Suburban team by contacting all coaches in its coverage area and asking for nominations. Coaches provide comments on each player and season statistics.
  • That information is put on a ballot to which NOW reporters add their own first-hand impressions of players.
  • Each staff member then votes for the 10 players he feels should be on the team, ranking them from 10 to 1. The player with the most points is named the Player of the Year and the next 10 players are also named to the team.
  • Those players receiving votes who do not make the team earn high honorable mention and those who are nominated but don't receive votes earn honorable mention.

 

2010-2011 All-Suburban Boys Basketball Team

Foes can't catch the high-flying Sho

Germantown's Zak Showalter elevated his game this season, combining explosive jumping ability with a studious approach to the sport that left opponents grasping at air. He is the All-Suburban Player of the year for the 2010-11 season.

Showalter Photo Gallery | Interactive guide to the team

TOUR THE TEAM


Take a closer look at the All-Suburban Team in this interactive guide.

STORIES FROM THE NOW NEWSROOM

Bowers a defensive stopper

Germantown's Malcolm Bowers was his team's defensive specialist, taking on players of all heights and helping the Warhawks to a 24-2 overall mark. The senior also scored more than 10 points per game and led the squad in rebounding and steals.

Bowie looks to better his game

Wauwatosa East's Darrell Bowie led his team in scoring and rebounding while earning a spot on the All-Suburban Team and the Greater Metro Conference first team. But he's not satisfied just yet.(1)

West's Mathwig back atop NOW honor roll

New Berlin West senior Chad Mathwig is on the All-Suburban team for the second consecutive season. He's the all-time leading scorer in Vikings history and a two-time conference player of the year.

Brookfield Central's Olson a key contributor

Brookfield Central's Alex Olson, who led online voting for this season's All-Suburban Team, was named to the Greater Metro Conference first team and nearly became the school's all-time assists leader.

Pelkofer lives up to family bloodlines

Whitnall's Stephen Pelkofer added to his family's rich hoops lineage this season, leading the Falcons to a 17-8 overall mark and a regional title while earning a spot on the All-Suburban Team.(1)

Romanowski hopes to start a trend

6-7 senior Nick Romanowski earned his second consecutive selection to the All-Suburban Basketball team while leading Franklin to an 18-6 mark that could be the best in school history.(1)

Schneck and Patten lead Blue Dukes title run

Whitefish Bay's Ron Patten and Jamie Schneck were a formidable 1-2 punch for the Blue Dukes this season. Both developed as leaders and helped Bay to the Division 2 state title.

Ike freshman Timmer earns NOW nod

Eisenhower freshman Reed Timmer made an immediate impact in varsity play, leading the Lions in scoring, steals and assists. He is the first frosh to make the team since J.P Tokoto three seasons ago.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Lazovik's steady hand leads Bay

Whitefish Bay coach Kevin Lazovik, a reserve guard on the Blue Dukes' 1998 state champion team, came full circle this season and led his alma mater to the Division 2 state title.

FALLS PHENOM

The Tokoto Watch

 

The latest on Menomonee Falls basketball star J.P. Tokoto, one of the top prep players in the nation.
 

Dunk you very much: Tokoto put on a slam clinic after a recent practice.
 

Most recent game: On the heels of Tokoto's decision to attend the University of North Carolina, Menomonee Falls bowed out in the first round of the playoffs in a nail-biting loss to Waukesha South. The question now turns to whether or not Tokoto returns for his senior season with Menomonee Falls. The Indians finished the year 11-12.

Season stats:
Tokoto averages 20.5 points per game, fifth among Milwaukee-area players with at least 13 games played.

Next level: Rivals.com lists Tokoto as the No. 40 prospect in the nation among 2012 recruits. He announced he would be attending the University of North Carolina on March 3. Check out our photo gallery and archived video from the event.

POINTS OF INTEREST

 Top scorersScoring leaders

Check out our interactive map for a look at the all-time scoring leaders of boys and girls basketball teams at high schools in the suburban Milwaukee area.

NOW PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

Here are the athletes who have been selected the CNI/NOW All-Suburban Player of the Year:

2011: Zak Showalter, Germantown

2010: J.P. Tokoto, Menomonee Falls

2009: Ben Averkamp, Germantown  (below)

2008: Ben Averkamp, Germantown

2007: Dwight Buycks, Bay View

2006: Jerry Smith, Wauwatosa East

2005: Jerry Smith, Wauwatosa East

2004: Allan Hanson, Wauwatosa East

2003: Luke Homan, Brookfield Central

2002: Dan Grunfeld, Nicolet

2001: Devin Harris, Wauwatosa East

2000: Deonte Moses, Bay View

1999: Nick Smith, Greenfield

1998: Marcus Johnson, Dominican

1997: Andy Kowske, Dominican

1996: Dan Luczywko, South Milwaukee

1995: Jeff Boinski, Thomas More

1994: James Stewart, Bay View

1993: Brad Christianson, Menomonee Falls

1992: Brad Christianson, Menomonee Falls

1991: Glen Allen, Whitnall

1990: Tuwan Clayton, Bay View

NOW COACHES OF THE YEAR

The CNI/NOW All-Suburban Boys Basketball Team is currently in its 22nd season. The following are the past coaches of the year:

2011: Kevin Lazovik, Whitefish Bay

2010: Wauwatosa West coaching staff

2009: Dave Shaw, Whitefish Bay

2008: Tim Arndorfer, Wauwatosa East

2007: Steve Showalter, Germantown

2006: Bernie Lindner, Oak Creek

2005: George Haas, Wauwatosa East  (below)

2004: Jim Nowak, Greenfield

2003: Paul Hepp, Nicolet

2002: Dave Buchanan, Greenfield

2001: Dave Scheidegger, Eisenhower

2000: Jeff Lewiston, New Berlin West

1999: Paul Wollersheim, Dominican

1998: Kent Kroupa, Muskego

1997: George Haas, Wauwatosa East

1996: Jeff Thielke, Whitefish Bay

1995: Tim Morgan, Shorewood

1994: George Haas, Wauwatosa East

1993: John Tanem, Oak Creek

1992: Steve Bazelon, Nicolet

1991: Greg Trojanowski, Dominican

1990: Phil Jones, Bay View

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