Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Thunder Mountain boys' basketball team held its year-end awards banquet recently.
According to head coach John Blasco, it was an event where the team looked back on the successful season they had and recognized individual players and their accomplishments.
The Falcons finished the season 19-6 and won its third Southeast title in the school's 11-year sports history.
It was projected that the Falcons would have been the fifth seed at the ASAA State Tournament had the COVID-19 pandemic not happened.
The team also received an Alaska Legislative Citation that was initiated by the Juneau delegation. It was issued to the team to honor the players for the successful season they had.
TM Boys Basketball Awards 2019/2020
Best Passer – Isaiah Nelson
Best Defense – Matthew Johns
Most Hustle – Noah Chambers
Best Rebounder – Noah Chambers
Most Improved – Matthew Spratt
MVP – Isaiah Nelson
Best Passer – Bryson Echiverri
Best Defense – Bryson Echiverri and Braden Jenkins
Most Hustle – Wallace Adams
Best Rebounder – Kamron Falls
Most Improved – Brady Carandang and Braden Jenkins and Wallace Adams
MVP – Bryson Echiverri and Brady Carandang
Coaches Award – Bryson Echiverri and Brady Carandang and Braden Jenkins
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