IPSWA All-State Boys Basketball Teams Announced, Norwalk's Born Named Mr. Basketball


17 Mar
DES MOINES — The Iowa Print Sports Writers Association (IPSWA) announced the 2020 boys basketball all-state teams on Tuesday. The teams were selected by print sports writers in Iowa during a meeting on Sunday.
Norwalk’s Bowen Born was named Mr. Basketball. Born led the Norwalk Warriors to their first team state championship in Class 3A.

Born is head to the University of Northern Iowa on a full-ride scholarship. He was 17 points shy of scoring 1,000 points in his senior season alone, scoring an average 36.4 points per game. The 5-foot-11 guard was sixth on the Iowa High School boys basketball all-time career scoring list. Norwalk was 79-23 during his four-year career. He is a three-time all-Little Hawkeye Conference first teamer. Norwalk won three league titles under his leadership. He was the Class 3A Iowa Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year in 2018-19.

Sports writers attending the meeting included; Colin Peters (Centerville Daily Iowegian), Dale Wegner (Sac Sun), Daryl Schepanski (Anamosa Journal-Eureka), Greg Grabianowski (Algona Publishing), Jim Johnson (The Kalona News), Jim Nelson (Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier), Kristi Nixon (Hampton Chronicle), Kyle Ocker (Centerville Daily Iowegian), Matt Coss (Quad-City Times), Matt Gengler (Missouri Valley Times-News), Mike Oeffner (Harlan Newspapers), Noah Rohlfing (Marshalltown Times Republican), Perry Bell (Pella Chronicle), Ross Eberhart (The Observer), Ross Thede (Marshalltown Times Republican), Scott Spurgeon (Bloomfield Democrat), Troy Hyde (Newton Daily News), and Tyler Hetu (Creston News Advertiser).

Coaches attending the meeting included Chris Larson (Norwalk), Chris Nelson (Jefferson-Scranton), Dan Beck (Easton Valley), Don Logan (IBCA), Greg Moore (Dike-New Hartford), Jed Alexander (Van Meter), Joel Rankin (Dallas Center-Grimes), Josh Davis (Camanche), Justin Ohl (Waukee), Kevin Archer (Albia), Marly Seivert (Woodward-Granger), Michael Molony (Beckman Catholic), Mike Hilmer (North Linn), Mike O'Conner (Dowling Catholic), Nick Merritt (Springville), Paul Rundquist (Iowa City West), Tanner Carlson (Central City), Tom Squires (Lone Tree), and Tyler Miklo (Johnston).

The Iowa Print Sports Writers Association was founded in February 2018 to carry on the tradition of newspapers selecting all-state teams for Iowa high school sports.

Class 1A

 

First Team

School

Grade

Trey Shearer

Montezuma

JR

Nike Reid

Central City

SR

Angelo Winkel

Algona Garrigan

JR

JD Strout

Keota

SR

Kiks Rosengarten

Wapsie Valley

SR

Kaleb Cornielsen

Easton Valley

JR

Braden Gibbons

Madrid

SR

Alex Koppes

Springville

JR

   

Second Team

School

Grade

Brennan Sefrit

Bedford

SR

Jackson Louscher

South O'Brien

SR

Nik Coble

WACO

SR

Zach Huff

Gilbertville Don Bosco

SR

Keegan Edwards

Lone Tree

SR

Noah Beck

BGM

SR

Kayden Ames

West Fork

JR

Trey Baker

Martensdale-St. Marys

JR

   

Third Team

School

Grade

Spencer Schorg

Remsen-St. Marys

SR

Jessen Weber

Easton Valley

SR

Taurice Grant

Meskwaki Settlement

JR

Cole Damman

Baxter

SR

Nathan Moeller

Prince of Peace

SR

Gage Fry

Grand View Christian

SR

Creighton Nelson

Exira-EHK

SR

Chett Helming

Lake Mills

SR

 

Class 2A

 

First Team

School

Grade

Cooper De Jean

OABCIG

SR

Masen Miller

Iowa City Regina 

SR

Caleb Delzell

Camanche

SR

Austin Miller

North Linn

SR

Austin Hilmer

North Linn

SR

Tanner Te Slaa

Boyden-Hull

SO

Michael Keegan

Dyersville-Beckman

SR

Bryce Coppock

West Sioux

SR

   

Second Team

School

Grade

Jack Tiarks

Treynor

SR

Zane Neubaum

South Central Calhoun

SR

Hunter Dekkers

West Sioux

SR

Justin Recker

Monticello

JR

Anthony Pothoff

Van Meter

SR

Lucas Lorenzen

Okoboji

SR

Bryce Achenbach

Woodward-Granger

SR

Keyton Moser

Boyden-Hull

SR

   

Third Team

School

Grade

Blake Chance

Albia

JR

Curren Ingram

Des Moines Christian

SR

Dane Fuller

Dike-New Hartford

JR

LJ Henderson

Camanche

SR

Cameron Soenksen

Camanche

SR

Jack Stogdill

Treynor

SR

Josh Van Gorp

Pella Christian

SR

Dan Jungling

Pella Christian

SR

Class 3A

 

First Team

School

Grade

Bowen Born

Norwalk

SR

Xavier Foster

Oskaloosa

SR

Kieren Nichols

Knoxville

JR

Alex Van Kalsbeek

MOC-Floyd Valley

SR

Easton Darling

Winterset

SR

Sean Peeters

Davenport Assumption 

SR

Karson Sharar

Iowa Falls-Alden

JR

Keaton Kutcher

Mount Vernon

JR

   

Second Team

School

Grade

Daniel Wright

Sergeant Bluff Luton

SR

Logan Shetterly

Pella

SR

Wyatt Wegener

Algona

SR

Connor Drew

Ballard

JR

Luke Rankin

Dallas Center-Grimes

JR

Ryan Blum

Glenwood

JR

Tyler Johnson

Norwalk

SR

Christian Withrow

Clear Creek-Amana

JR

   

Third Team

School

Grade

Tucker Kinney

Central DeWitt

SR

Kole Tupa

Center Point-Urbana

SR

Cole Glasgow

Dallas Center-Grimes

SO

Andrew Formanek

Clear Lake

JR

Karter Lein

Carroll

SR

Connor Bruck

Harlan

SR

Cael Schmitt

Dubuque Wahlert

SR

Matthew McDonald

Centerville

SR


Class 4A

 

First Team

School

Grade

Braxton Bayless

Ankeny

SR

Ty Anderson

North Scott

SR

Tucker DeVries

Waukee

JR

Payton Sandfort

Waukee

JR

Even Brauns

Iowa City West

SR

Michael Duax

Dubuque Hempstead

JR

DaQuavion Walker

Waterloo West

SR

Cody McCullough

Ankeny Centennial

SR

   

Second Team

School

Grade

Josh Ollendieck

Cedar Falls

SR

Jaleque Dunson

Sioux City East

SR

Jayden Houston

Davenport North

JR

Jaron Crews

Ankeny Centennial

JR

Jake Aver

West Des Moines Valley

SR

Sam Kilbury

North Scott

SR

Matt Stilwill

West Des Moines Dowling 

SR

Trae Swartz

Ottumwa

JR

   

Third Team

School

Grade

Landon Wolf

Cedar Falls

JR

Emarion Ellis

Davenport Central

JR

Caleb Schlaak

Cedar Rapids Kennedy

JR

Keshawn Christian

Iowa City High

SR

Josh Dix

Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln

SO

AJ Tiogo

Indianola

SR

Micah Johnson

Ankeny Centennial

SR

Ryan Riggs

West Des Moines Dowling

JR


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