Colorado Community Media All-South Metro Boys Basketball Team

Posted 4/3/19

Kobe Sanders, Chaparral Class: Junior Height: 6-0 Did you know? He stepped up to take over the team's leadership role and was the leading scorer with a 16.3 average for the state runner-up. Julian …

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Colorado Community Media All-South Metro Boys Basketball Team

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Kobe Sanders, Chaparral

Class: Junior

Height: 6-0

Did you know? He stepped up to take over the team's leadership role and was the leading scorer with a 16.3 average for the state runner-up.

Julian Hammond III, Cherry Creek

Class: Sophomore

Height: 6-1

Did you know? The skilled guard was the Centennial League's second leading scorer with a 20.5 average and also averaged 6.1 rebounds, 2.8 assists and two steals.

Austin Holt, ThunderRidge

Class: Senior

Height: 6-5

Did you know? He was a forward who was moved to guard, played exceptional and led the team with an 11.9 scoring average.

Ben Grusing, Mountain Vista

Class: Senior

Height: 6-2

Did you know? He was Mr. Reliable as he led the team with a 15.9 scoring average, including more than 15 points a game in four state playoff contests.

Tanner Giles, Chaparral

Class: Senior

Height: 6-3

Did you know? His halftime talk sparked a state semifinal comeback against ThunderRidge. He averaged 11.1 points a game this season.

Chase Hettinger, Castle View

Class: Senior

Height: 6-5

Did you know? He led the Continental League in scoring at 22.1 ppg and made 51 percent of his field goal attempts. He finished his career a 16.1 four-year scoring average.

Brendan Temple, Douglas County

Class: Senior

Height: 6-5

Did you know? He led the team with a 17.6 scoring average and 8.6 rebounds a game. He had nine games in which he scored 20 or more points.

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