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Strom, a 6-2 guard headed to play at St. John’s University (Minn.), averaged 25.7 points per game for the Deacons and shot 39 percent from 3-point range (80-for-204).

Patrick had to walk a fine line on the team this year,” Shanley head coach Shane Alderman said. “He had to be the go-to scorer like everyone expected him to be, and at the same time not look like a selfish player. Patrick helped our team in many ways. He carried the load when he had to, and also valued the importance of team play.”

The 6-2 Bartosh averaged 22.8 points, the highest any player has achieved in Jason Gregory’s seven seasons as Red River’s coach. Bartosh had seven games of 30 or more points, with a high of 33, and four other games in which he surpassed 25 points. Bartosh was third in the EDC in scoring and led the conference with 9 rebounds per game.

“Rebounding is just working hard. And that was what Chad did,” Gregory said. “He was at his best (offensively) in the open court or when he was penetrating. He handled the ball well and jumped well. It was amazing at times the way he found ways to finish.”

Second-team selections are:

- Darius Sparks, Bismarck St. Mary‘s: The 6-1 guard averaged 18 points and 4 rebounds per game for the Saints while shooting 51 percent from the field.

- Colton Lloyd, Fargo South: The 5-10 guard averaged 18.6 ppg, 4.6 rpg and 3.4 apg for the Bruins.

- Travis Schock, West Fargo: The 6-3 forward averaged 20.9 ppg and 4.4 rpg for the Packers.

- Andrew Kozlowski, Fargo Davies: The 6-2 guard averaged 19.1 ppg, 7.6 rpg, and 4.1 apg for the Eagles.

- Jayden Ferguson, Williston: The 6-5 center averaged 23.3 points and 7 rebounds per game. The Coyotes’ standout also shot 50 percent from the field.