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USBasket.com All-ACPBL Awards 2011-12 - Jun 22, 2012


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USBasket.com All-ACPBL 1st Team 2012
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Antoinne Morgano
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Adrian Bowie
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Hugh Jones
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Fahreed Cheatham
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Mike Konopka
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Player of the Year: Antoinne Morgano (6'5''-G/F-86) of Garden St. R.
Guard of the Year: Darren Clark (6'0''-PG-89) of Beltway B.
Forward of the Year: Kareem Corprew (6'6''-F-88) of Manhattan P.
Center of the Year: Travis Hyman (7'0''-F/C-87) of Beltway B.
Defensive Player of the Year: Rogers Barnes (6'4''-G/F-86) of Beltway B.
Sixth Man Of The Year: Diedrick King (6'6''-F) of Hartford L.
Executive Of The Year: John Wolfe (6'10''-C-88) of Bay Area Shuckers
ACPBL Sportsmanship Award: William Modeste (6'1''-G-81) of Manhattan P.
ACPBL Outstanding Community Service Award: Christian Villar (5'8''-G-84) of North Jersey P.
Coach Of The Year : Dallas Comegys of Palmieri Jeans

1st Team
G: Adrian Bowie (6'3''-89) of Bay Area Sh.
G/F: Hugh Jones (6'5''-G/F-80) of Beltway B.
G/F: Antoinne Morgano (6'5''-86) of Garden St. R.
F: Fahreed Cheatham (6'5''-79) of Palmieri Jeans
F: Mike Konopka (6'8''-81) of Toms River S.

2nd Team
G/F: Doug Herring Jr. (6'3'') of Hudson Valley
G: Doug Wiggins (6'1''-88) of Hartford L.
F: Kareem Corprew (6'6''-88) of Manhattan P.
F: Cavell Johnson (6'8''-85) of Beltway B.
F/C: Adam Abdourahamane (6'8''-87) of Palmieri Jeans

3rd Team
G: Terry Hosley (6'0''-85) of Bay Area Sh.
G: Anis Taylor (6'2''-82) of Palmieri Jeans
F: Luis Martinez (6'6''-84) of North Jersey P.
G: Justin Carter (6'3''-83) of Garden St. R.
F/C: James Williams (6'8''-80) of NYC 524

ACPBL Final-Four Tournament Team
Hugh Jones (6'5''-G/F-80) of Beltway B.
Joseph Flegler (6'0''-G-85) of Beltway B.
Cavell Johnson (6'8''-85) of Beltway B.
Fahreed Cheatham (6'5''-F-79) of Palmieri Jeans
Sherman Brittingham (6'5''-F-83) of Palmieri Jeans  




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