Keswick Christian's Tanner Wozniak named Parade All-American



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Tue. March 29, 2011 | Bob Putnam | Email

Keswick Christian guard Tanner Wozniak was the only bay area player and one of two in the state to be named to the Parade All-America list.

Wozniak, a senior, was a fourth-team All-American. Winter Park's Austin Rivers, whose father is Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers, was a first-team selection.

This past season, Wozniak averaged 32 points for the Crusaders, who finished 10-17 in Class A. The Florida International recruit also was finalist for the Mr. Basketball award in Class A and was recently selected as one of eight players to compete in the CBS/MaxPreps National 3-point Shooting Contest this weekend in Houston.

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