Vermont Mr. Basketball

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The Vermont Mr. Basketball honor recognizes the top high school basketball player in the state of Vermont. The award is presented annually by the Burlington Free Press, since 1991.

Award winners[edit]

Year Player High school Class College
2018 Noah Tyson[1] Rutland Senior Colby
2017 Calvin Carter[2] Enosburg Senior
2016 Ben Shungu[3] Rice Senior Vermont
2015 Ben Shungu[4] Rice Junior
2014 Pavin Parrish[5] Rochester Senior Castleton
2013 Matt St. Amour[6] Missisquoi Senior Middlebury
2012 Matt St. Amour Missisquoi Junior
2011 Ben Ferris[7] Essex Senior Tufts
2010 Joe O'Shea[8] Burlington Senior Holy Cross/Bryant
2009 Clancy Rugg[9] Burlington Senior Vermont
2008 Joe O'Shea[8] Burlington Sophomore
2007 Tyrone Conley Burlington Senior New Hampshire
2006 Matt Glass Mount Mansfield Senior Massachusetts/Vermont
2005 Matt Glass Mount Mansfield Senior
2004 Chad Powlovich Mount Mansfield Senior Vermont
2003 Kyle Cieplicki Rice Senior Vermont
2002 B.J. Robertson Burlington Senior St. Michael's
2001 Tim Shedd Hazen Senior Norwich
2000 Taylor Coppenrath St. Johnsbury Senior Vermont
1999 Matt Sheftic Essex Senior Vermont
1998 Cam Robinson Essex Senior
1997 Tony Orciari St. Johnsbury Senior Vermont
1996 Tony Orciari St. Johnsbury Junior
1995 Josh Albee Bellows Falls Senior Green Mountain
1994 Marc Ferio Colchester Senior
1993 Jamie Kingsbury Oxbow Senior Lyndon State
1992 Brent Kendall Milton Senior St. Michael's
1991 Bernie Cieplicki Rice Senior Fairfield/Vermont

Schools with multiple winners[edit]

School Number of Awards Years
Burlington 5 2002, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Rice 4 1991, 2003, 2015, 2016
St. Johnsbury 3 1996, 1997, 2000
Essex 3 1998, 1999, 2011
Mount Mansfield 3 2004, 2005, 2006
Missisquoi 2 2012, 2013
Enosburg 1 2017
Rutland 1 2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rutland's Noah Tyson is Vermont's Mr. Basketball for 2018".
  2. ^ "Enosburg's Carter named Free Press' Mr. Basketball".
  3. ^ "Mr. Basketball: Rice's Ben Shungu".
  4. ^ "Mr. Basketball: Rice's Ben Shungu".
  5. ^ "Mr. Basketball: Rochester's Pavin Parrish".
  6. ^ "Matt St. Amour is the Free Press' boys athlete of the year". 24 June 2012.
  7. ^ "New England Roundup: Vermont".
  8. ^ a b "Joe O'Shea".
  9. ^ "UVM Athletics".