David Govan Concludes Senior Year Regular Season as Scoring, Field-Goal Percentage, Rebounding, and Blocked Shots Leader
Our resident Big Dawg, David Govan, was named to the NKBBCA Division II All-Stars at the meeting of the Northern Kentucky Coaches this past Saturday morning.
Govan, played in 27 of our 28 scheduled events this year, missing the Bellevue game due to being on Senior Retreat.
He led the Mustangs in the following categories: Most Field Goals – 171, Most Field-Goal Attempts – 273, Highest Field-Goal Percentage – 62.64%, Most Free-Throws Attempted – 130, Most Free-Throws Made – 68, Most Defensive Rebounds – 126, Most Total Rebounds – 178, Most Blocked Shots – 32, Most Points Scored – 410, and Best Scoring Average – 16.19ppg.
Junior Mason Sepate led us in charges taken with 13 of them. Luke Schumacher was close behind with 12. Sepate was second with Field-Goals Attempted – 257, and with the second most Field-Goals Made – 119. Brandon Bezold tops us in two shooting categories – Free-Throw Percentage – (45-52) 86.5%, and 3-Point Goal Percentage – (36-91) – 39.6%. Sepate is right there at 38.9% (46-118) from beyond the arc, and Sepate is second at Free-Throw Percentage (44-60) – 73.3%. Luke Schumacher leads us in the Offensive Rebound category with 56 of them. Govan is second at 52. Schumacher also is second to Govan in total rebounds with 154. Luke Schumacher is also our Assists leader with 64 “dimes” doled out, and Brandon Bezold is second with 57.
Mason Sepate is our Master Thief with 48 steals, with a gap back to David Govan with 32. Govan is by far our Blocked Shots leader with 32 and Sepate is second with 17. Mason is also our second leading scorer, putting up 326 points on the season and second also in scoring average at 11.7ppg.
There are some players who have higher percentage numbers but lack the number of qualifying attempts, such as Logan Woosley from three-point land. He shoots 45% percent from beyond the arc, but is 15 of 33, which does not qualify, and Wooz is now sidelined with a broken hand..
These are “End of Regular Season Numbers” Of course all stats compiled in the District and Regional Tournament will be tacked on to complete the overall season stats, upon the completion of the post-season..
Here is the complete list of the Northern Kentucky Boys Basketball Coaches Association Division II All-Stars (in alphabetical order):
Zach Barth – Highlands
Cameron Boyd – Beechwood
Quantez Calloway – Holmes
Braydon Fedders – St. Henry
David Govan – Brossart
William Herald – Highlands
Joel Iles – NCC
Jeremiah Israel – Lloyd
Jacob Meyer – Holy Cross – Player of the Year
Marquez Miller – Newport
Owen Setters – St. Henry
E.J. Walker – Lloyd
Defensive POY – Zaire Monroe – Lloyd
Dave Cowens Award – Oliver Harris – Highlands
Academic – Ty Eviston – Beechwood
Coach of the Year – Mike Walker – Lloyd
These are from notes taken at the Coaches Meeting. They are unofficial.
Here is the complete list of the 10th Region Boys All-Region Team
Justin Becker (Sr.) – Robertson County
Jerone Morton (Jr.) – George Rogers Clark
Blake Reed (Soph.) – Bracken County
Terrell Henry (Jr.) – Mason County
Aydan Hamilton (Jr.) – Campbell County
Eric Davie (Jr.) – Campbell County
Kaydon Custard (Soph.) – Harrison County
Trent Edwards (Jr.) – George Rogers Clark
Nate Mitchell (Sr.) – Mason County
Kason Hinson (Sr.) – Augusta
Cayden Reed (Fr.) – Bracken County
Tanner Walton (Sr.) – George Rogers Clark
Ayden Slone (Sr.) – George Rogers Clark
Ethan Mulling (Sr.) – Calvary Christian
Sam Parrish (Jr.) – George Rogers Clark
Riley Mastin – Augusta, L.J. Conner – Augusta, Connor Snapp – Augusta, David Govan – Brossart, Cortavion Smith – Bourbon Co, Luke Ruwe – Calvary, J.D. Kendall – Harrison Co, Philip Bierley – Mason County, Trey Carroll – Montgomery County, Wyatt Clark – Nicholas County, Jakari Ransom – Paris, Braydon Kidwell – Pendleton County, Nolan Hunter – Scott, Cam Patterson – Scott, Braydon Howell – Scott, Chase Walton – St. Patrick
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Justin Becker (Sr.) – Robertson County
COACH OF THE YEAR: Adam Reed – Bracken County