WPIAL sees 2 players make Class 6A boys basketball all-state team
Saturday, May 1, 2021 | 6:00 PM
Butler’s Devin Carney and Fox Chapel’s Eli Yofan earned all-state honors Saturday when the Pa. Sports Writers All-State Team for Class 6A boys basketball was announced.
Carney earned first-team honors and Yofan was named to the third team. Both are juniors.
The all-state teams for PIAA schools were announced one classification per day this week.
Carney, who averaged 30 points per game, ranked among the WPIAL scoring leaders. He helped Butler reached the WPIAL semifinals. Yofan averaged 22 points for Fox Chapel which also reached the WPIAL semifinals.
Rahsool Diggins, Archbishop Wood, 6-3, sr.
Devin Carney, Butler, 6-0, jr.
Stevie Mitchell, Wilson, 6-2, sr.
Moro Osumanu, Reading, 6-6, sr.
Marcus Randolph, Archbishop Wood, 6-5, sr.
Ruben Rodriguez, Reading, 6-1, so.
Khalil Farmer, Roman Catholic, 6-3, jr.
Christian Fermin, Pocono Mountain West, 6-8, jr.
Josh Jones, North Penn, 6-5, sr.
Demetrius Lilley, Lower Merion, 6-9, jr.
Daeshon Shepherd, Archbishop Wood, 6-5, sr.
Jaylen Stinson, Archbishop Wood, 6-0, sr.
Daniel Alcantara, Reading, 6-6, jr.
Xzayvier Brown, Roman Catholic, 6-1, so.
Kai Cipalla, Warwick, 6-3, sr.
Daniel Skillings, Roman Catholic, 6-5, jr.
Drew Stover, Upper Dublin, 6-7, sr.
Eli Yofan, Fox Chapel, 6-2, jr.
Player of the Year: Rahsool Diggins, Archbishop Wood
Coach of the Year: Rick Perez, Reading
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Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Chris by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter .
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