Varsity Boy’s Basketball, 17-4 (10-0), MIAC Blue Conference Champions
The Boys Basketball team captured the MIAC Conference Title for the 9th consecutive year and their 6th straight undefeated season in conference play. Senior Da’Jion Humphrey became the 6th player in program history to surpass the 1,000 career point mark. He will also become the 6th alum in the past 9 years to go onto to play collegiately at the NCAA Division I level having signed with Holy Cross prior to the season. Senior Noah Rheker also made a splash in the Eagle record books scoring a school record 42 points in a game to break Brock Washington’s 2017 school record of 40 points.
Da’Jion Humphrey: Associated Press Player of the Year, Associated Press 1st Team All-State, Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan “Best of the Best”, Detroit News 1st Team All-State and Detroit News All North 2nd Team.
Noah Rheker: Associated Press 2nd Team All-State, Basket Coaches Association of Michigan Division IV “Best” Team, Detroit News 1st Team All-State and Detroit News All North Team Honorable Mention.
BCAM Academic All-State: Da’Jion Humphrey & Noah Rheker
MIAC Conference MVP: Da’Jion Humphrey
MIAC All Conference Dream Team-1st Team: Da’Jion Humphrey & Noah Rheker
MIAC All Conference 1st Team: Verian Patrick
MIAC All Conference 2nd Team: Tarron Carter
MIAC All Academic Team: Caleb Dixon, Ian Hanafee, Da’Jion Humphrey, Malcolm King, Mikey Lividini, Gabe McFerrin, Verian Patrick, Noah Rheker & Rahmon Scruggs.
BCAM Team Academic All-State Honorable Mention: Team GPA 3.5
BCAM Most Outstanding Senior Award: Noah Rheker
Eagle Award Winner: Mikey Lividini
Most Valuable Athlete: Da’Jion Humphrey
Most Improved Athlete: Verian Patrick
Most Team Spirited: Ian Hanafee
4 Year Senior Award: Da’Jion Humphrey & Noah Rheker
MIAC Coach of the Year: Clennie Brundidge
Associated Press Division IV Coach of the Year: Clennie Brundidge
Varsity Girl’s Basketball, 11-11 (1-7, 4th-Tied MIAC Blue Conference), MHSAA District Champions
The Lady Eagles Basketball team came into the new season with the challenge of playing in the more difficult upper division of the conference after finishing 2nd place last year in the lower division. The young team finished the season 11-11 and captured the MHSAA District Tournament Title for the 1st time since 2017. Sophomore Ti’Syn Callahan set a new school record with 46 points in a game surpassing Charity Godbold’s 2013 record of 39 points.
Ti’Syn Callahan: Associated Press All-State Honorable Mention, Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan “Best” Honorable Mention, Detroit News All-State Honorable Mention and Detroit News North Honorable Mention.
MIAC All Conference 1st Team: Ti’Syn Callahan
MIAC All Conference 2nd Team: Rachel Cairo
MIAC All Academic Team: Rachel Cairo, Myah Carr, Julianna Darawi, Alex Johnson, Maddie Kragt, Madison Moore, Alycia Owns, Allison Sullivan & Aryanna Watson.
BCAM Team Academic All-State Honorable Mention: Team GPA 3.6
BCAM Most Outstanding Senior Award: Alex Johnson
BCAM Team First Award: Alex Johnson
Eagle Award Winner: Alex Johnson
Most Valuable Athlete: Ti’Syn Callahan
Most Improved Athlete: Myah Carr
Most Team Spirited: Maddie Kragt
4 year Senior Award: Alex Johnson
JV Boy’s Basketball, 10-10 (9-1 MIAC Blue Conference)
Most Valuable Athlete: Antonio Renfroe
Most Improved Athlete: Quentin Crumbey III
Most Team Spirited: Jalen Smith