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Boys basketball All-Metro first and second teams

First team

Corey Bays

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C. Milton Wright, guard, senior

•Three-year starter, four-year varsity player and captain led No. 5 Mustangs (24-3) to their first Class 3A state title

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•Averaged 22.6 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists this season

•Finished with 1,429 career points; had 16 games of 20 or more and 10 with at least 25 as well as four doubledoubles

•Totaled 41 points, making 14 of 15 free throws, in state tournament wins over Huntingtown and Stephen Decatur

Daquan Bracey

St. Frances, guard, senior

•All-Metro second-team pick last season averaged 15.8 points and 4.4 assists this season

•Co-BCL Player of the Year and All-MIAA A player helped lead No. 4 Panthers (31-11) to MIAA A crown; scored 25-plus points in three games

•Finished three-year varsity career with 1,488 points and 549 assists

•Committed to Louisiana Tech

Tristan Easton

Meade, forward, senior

•Four-year varsity player, three-year captain averaged 17.9 points to lead No.6 Mustangs (23-4) to Class 4A state title game

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•Averaged four rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.2 steals for Anne Arundel County and Class 4A East region champs

•Repeat first-team pick led Mustangs to their first state title as a junior

•Finished career as program's all-time leading scorer with 1,604 points

Daniel Kiely

Oakland Mills, guard, senior

•Four-year varsity player, three-year starter and two-year captain finished with 1,085 career points

•Averaged 21 points in leading No. 9 Scorpions (22-3) to the Howard County title this season

•Scored 20-plus points in 15 games, including one triple double

•Floor general also averaged 7.2 assists and five rebounds per game

Kurk Lee Jr.

St. Frances, guard, senior

•Three-year starter finished career with 1,372 points and 602 assists

•Averaged 16.4 points, 5.8 assists, 3.6 rebounds per game this season

•First-team All-BCL, All-MIAA A, second-team Alhambra selection

•Had 29 points, eight assists in Panthers' 75-67 win over Mount Saint Joseph for MIAA A title

Darryl Morsell

Mount Saint Joseph, forward, junior

•Helped lead No. 3 Gaels (33-6) to MIAA A and BCL title games

•Averaged 10.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists

•Enjoyed career-high 27-point performance in win against Gilman, which included seven rebounds and three blocked shots

•All-MIAA and first-team All-BCL selection; scored 20 or more points in three games and had one doubledouble

De'Vondre Perry

Poly, forward, junior

•Transferred from North Carolina as sophomore, enjoyed breakthrough junior season, averaging 20.4 points to lead No. 7 Engineers (20-4) to Baltimore City title

•Area's most dominant and versatile forward also averaged 12 rebounds and 5.1 assists with 13 doubledoubles

•Overcame early foul trouble to score game-high 17 points in Baltimore City title game win over Dunbar

•Receiving attention from high Division I programs, scored 25 or more points in five games and 30 or more in three

Devin Smith

New Town, guard, senior

•Two-year starter, three-year varsity player averaged 15 points, four assists and three rebounds in leading the No. 1 Titans (23-2) to their second straight state title

•Had 31 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists in Class 2A state tournament wins over Gwynn Park and Middletown

•Hit four vital free throws in the closing minutes of the Titans' win over Gwynn Park in state semifinals

•Named Baltimore County Player of the Year by league coaches

Justin Williams

Annapolis Area Christian, forward-guard, senior

•Two-year varsity standout averaged 24 points to lead the No. 11 Eagles (19-9) to the Independent School Tournament title and runner-up finish in MIAA B

•Averaged seven rebounds and two assists

•Scored 29 points against McDonogh, then a career-high 41 against Glenelg Country to win Independent School Tournament

•Finished at AACS with more than 1,200 points

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