E’Hawk Players Earn Lakes Conference Honors
A quartet of Emmetsburg E’Hawks earned recognition for their play during the recently completed 2008-2009 Lakes Conference Basketball Season. The four players were accorded honors on the Lakes Conference All Conference Teams following balloting by the league coaches.
Sophomore Nick Wuebker was selected to the Lakes Conference First Team All Conference squad, while senior teammate Trevor Dettmann earned Second Team All Lakes Conference honors.
E’Hawk senior Tyler Kliegl and junior Langston Jones both were accorded Honorable Mention honors by the league coaches for the E’Hawks, who finished the 2008-2009 campaign with a record of four wins and 12 losses in league play.
Wuebker, a sophomore for Coach Mike Brennan’s E’Hawks, scored 313 points on the season, an average of 13 points per game. Wuebker made 128 of 217 field goal attempts, 59 percent, and mate 57 of 105 free throw attempts for 54.3 percent accuracy.
The 6’7″ sophomore pulled down 167 rebounds on the season, dished out 13 assists, and made 10 steals while blocking 57 shots during the season.
Trevor Dettman tallied 367 points to lead the E’Hawk offense, an average of 15.3 points per game, with 160 of 308 field goals for 51.9 percent accuracy. At the charity stripe, Dettmann added 47 of 92 attempts for 51.1 percent shooting. Dettmann collected 192 rebounds, dished out 36 assists, committed 21 steals and blocked 38 shots for the E’Hawks during the season.
Senior Tyler Kliegl scored 176 points during the season, an average of 7.3 points per game. Kliegl connected on 57 of 177 from inside the arc, 32.2 percent, and made 25 of 110 from three-point range, 22.7 percent, along with 37 of 55 free throws for 67.3 percent shooting accuracy. Kliegl pulled down 96 rebounds during the campaign, dished out 79 assists, blocked six shots and made 39 steals for the E’Hawks.
Langston Jones finished the season with 253 points, a 10.5 point per game average production. Jones connected on 85 of 208 shots inside the arc for 40.9 percent shooting and from three-point range, Jones drained 22 of 81 shots for 27.2 percent accuracy. At the line, Jones canned 61 of 83 shots, 73.5 percent shooting. On defense, Jones grabbed 91 rebounds, handed out 118 assists, blocked three shots and made 52 steals for the E’Hawks.