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Tampa Bay Times' all-Hillsborough County boys basketball

Tampa Catholic forward Kevin Knox (23) drives into the paint past Calvary Christian guard Angel Lebron Jr. (3) during the first half. [ANDRES LEIVA   |   Times]

Tampa Catholic forward Kevin Knox (23) drives into the paint past Calvary Christian guard Angel Lebron Jr. (3) during the first half. [ANDRES LEIVA | Times]

Player of the Year: F Kevin Knox, Sr., Tampa Catholic

Coach of the Year: Renaldo Garcia, Sickles

First team

F Bryce Beamer, Sr., Sickles

G Tyrick Brascom, Jr., Tampa Bay Tech

G Stevie Darst, Sr., Jesuit

G Reid Walker, Sr., Seffner Christian

F Bryce Workman, Jr., Sickles

Second team

G Marcus Cohen, Sr., Sickles

G Amari Goulbourne, Sr., Tampa Prep

G Bryce Moragne, Sr., Hillsborough

G Tai Strickland, Jr., Tampa Catholic

F Derek Webster, Sr., Seffner Christian

Honorable mention

Alonso: Christian De leon, Robert Gadson III, Alexandre Jacovides; Armwood: Stephonse Mack; Bayshore Christian: Christian Anderson, David Santiago; Bell Creek: James Gaddie; Berkeley Prep: Kegan Karnes, Zach Mathis; Bloomingdale: Drew Bethoney, Nick Lewis; Brandon: Harrison Jones; Cambridge Christian: Chance Jackson; Chamberlain: Reggie Lowe; Durant: Tyler White; East Bay: Devin Gardner; Hillsborough: Zach Carter, Dexter Stallworth; Jefferson: Tim Green; Jesuit: Tyson Dunn, Thierry Moliere, Lucas Uzdavinis; King: Chris Romkey; Lennard: Keyon Johnson; Middleton: Justin Smith; Newsome: Isaiah Islam, Nick Stuck; Plant: Logan Morrissey; Plant City: Justyn King, Tarik Mckelphin; Robinson: Javier Spires; Seffner Christian: Donald Jorden, Darius Lue; Spoto: Niles Bright; Steinbrenner: Trey Williams; Strawberry Crest: Jordan White; Tampa Bay Tech: Tyrese Williams; Tampa Catholic: Tim Carter; Tampa Prep: Jaren Phillips, Trey Sibert; Wharton: Dae'Son Barnes

Tampa Bay Times' all-Hillsborough County boys basketball 05/06/17 [Last modified: Friday, May 5, 2017 5:58pm]
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