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Tampa Bay Times' all-Pinellas County boys basketball

St. Pete's Serrel Smith (10, left) goes up for a shot during the Class 8A- District 10 boys basketball final,  Countryside vs. St. Petersburg at Seminole High School on Friday, 2/10/17.

LANCE ROTHSTEIN | Special to the Times

St. Pete's Serrel Smith (10, left) goes up for a shot during the Class 8A- District 10 boys basketball final, Countryside vs. St. Petersburg at Seminole High School on Friday, 2/10/17.

Player of the Year: G Serrel Smith, Jr., St. Petersburg

Coach of the Year: Phil Price, Largo

First team

F Duncan Demuth, Jr., Seminole

F A.J. Ford, Sr., St. Petersburg

F Andreas Fuller, Jr., Admiral Farragut

G David Pierce, Jr., Gibbs

G CJ Williams, Jr., Countryside

Second team

G Darius Banks, Sr., St. Petersburg

G Andrew Cavanaugh, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

G Tyrese Hurst, Sr., Lakewood

F Zhahidi Robinson, Jr., Largo

G Paxton Wilson, Sr., Calvary Christian

Honorable mention

Admiral Farragut: Winston Dessesow, Cross Meehan; Boca Ciega: Jerroda Briscoe, Trevor Carrier; Calvary Christian: Juice Thompson, Eddie Williams; Canterbury: Rivers Lenholt, Nathan Levi; Clearwater: Gene Culver; Countryside: Tyler Witz; East Lake: Breon Hillmon, Chad Kellmann; Gibbs: Frank Gilliam, Bailey Peterson; Indian Rocks Christian: Trevor Adkinson; Lakeside Christian: Joseph Jones; Lakewood: Jalen White; Largo: Bobby Roundtree; Northeast: AJ Newsome; Osceola: Tyler Reagh; Palm Harbor University: Braxton Bartlett, Gage Bauer; Seminole: Matt Barnard; Shorecrest: Mitch St. Cin; St. Petersburg Catholic: Cameron Renner; Tarpon Springs: Jamie Woodka

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