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Coach/dad, dad/coach. Toby Whiteman had a little trouble with the order.

And so Whiteman, 44, who had about as much success at Rockridge in six years as head basketball coach as one could have, felt it was time to call a timeout when it came to which role he played at home.

\u201cI am one of those guys that I could never switch dad and coach,\u201d he said. \u201cTo me, it was always coach. I\u2019ve got to find a way to be dad first and then coach second.\u201d

After a full season of thinking it over, Whiteman stepped down Wednesday as head basketball coach at Rockridge High School, where in six seasons he pretty much did everything but win a state title.

Whiteman carved out a 151-26 record, finishing second in the state in Class 2A in 2016 and third in 2015. His teams won five conference titles, four regional titles and two sectionals. In 2014, led by current Wisconsin Badgers star Ethan Happ, the Rockets were 29-0 before losing in the sectional by one point to eventual state champion Bloomington Central Catholic. Rockridge was in the regional championship game all six seasons under Whiteman.

The biggest sign it was time for a change seemed to come a year ago when two weeks after the Rockets had taken second in the state Whiteman was talking at home to his son, Gentry, a junior that year, about what they need to do for next year.

\u201c\u2019We need to do this, this and this for us to be successful again and try to make a deep run,\u2019\u201d the coach recalled himself saying.

\u201cI just need to step back and be a dad first and a coach second,\u201d he said.

Whiteman plans to remain at Rockridge and will continue assisting in football and coaching junior high track. But with two younger sons, Jenson, a freshman next year, and Jace, a seventh grader, he has no intention of returning to coach them in basketball.

He said will be supportive of the new head coach just as he says Jeff Henry, whom he succeeded, was to him.

\u201cI just felt it was time for me to step down as the head guy, the guy who had the final say in the program,\u201d Whiteman said.

Rockridge athletic director Scott Daly has tried to talk him out of it for three weeks. But last night as Whiteman sat next to his wife, Tracey, he asked her if he made the right decision. She had tried to talk him out of it, herself, at first.

\u201cI think you made the right decision,\u201d she told him.

\u201cOne thing I\u2019ve learned about being married to my wife, Tracey, is she\u2019s never wrong,\u201d Whiteman said. \u201cThat gave me a little bit of comfort.\u201d

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There is a familiar look to this year's Quad-City Times All-Metro boys swimming and diving team.

Of the 12 swimmers chosen to the first team, half are repeat selections from a year ago. The team is highlighted by Bettendorf junior Caleb Aman, a three-event champion at last month's state meet in Marshalltown. Aman\u00a0recorded one of the state's 10 fastest times in six different individual events.

The Bulldogs, who came home from the state meet with a third-place finish, have four swimmers on the top team. Aman is joined by Charlie and Zach Bunn along with Ryan Schade.\u00a0

Aman, Zach Bunn and Schade are repeat choices along with Pleasant Valley's Sam Lundry, Moline's Austin Morris and Davenport Central's Seth Land, who swam at Rock Island a year ago.\u00a0

First team

Swimmers

Caleb Aman, Bettendorf, jr. \u2014 Named the most outstanding swimmer at the Iowa state meet and MAC swimmer of the year, Aman won three state titles\u00a0\u2014 200 individual medley (1:49.43, automatic all-American time), 100 backstroke (50.89) and led off 200 medley relay (1:34.08).

Charlie Bunn, Bettendorf, fr. \u2014 Distance swimmer was 12th at state meet in 200 free (1:46.87), 14th in 500 free (4:54.12) and swam a leg on the third place 400 free relay (3:09.17). He also swam on 200 free relay at state.

Zach Bunn, Bettendorf, sr. \u2014 Stood on the podium in all four events at state \u2014\u00a0first in medley relay (1:34.08), third in 400 free relay (3:09.17), fifth in 100 free (46.47) and sixth in 200 free (1:43.34).

Kevin Burke, Pleasant Valley, so. \u2014 Swam on all three of PV's relays at the state meet and placed fourth in the 100 backstroke (52.27 seconds). He anchored 200 free relay to ninth place and 400 free relay took seventh.

Ian Johnson, United Township, sr. \u2014 Qualified for Illinois state meet in 50 freestyle after finishing second at sectionals (21.49). He was Big Six runner-up in 50 and 100 freestyles.\u00a0

Seth Land, Davenport Central, jr. \u2014 A four-event state qualifier, Land anchored the Blue Devils to sixth place in medley relay, was 11th in 50 free (22.12), 14th in 100 free (48.66) and swam on eighth place 400 free relay.\u00a0

Sam Lundry, Pleasant Valley, sr. \u2014 All-conference performer finished eighth at state in 500 free (4:48.53), 12th in 200 IM (2:00.03) and competed on two top-10 relays for a team that finished 10th at the state meet.\u00a0

Austin Morris, Moline, so. \u2014 Was an Illinois state qualifier in the 100 backstroke and 200 medley relay. He earned four victories at Big Six meet in 100 back, 100 butterfly, 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay.\u00a0

Ryan Schade, Bettendorf, sr. \u2014 Swam breaststroke leg on Bulldogs' state-winning 200 medley relay, finished second in 100 breaststroke (58.10) and sixth in 200 IM (1:56.90) along with a third place in 400 free relay.\u00a0

Andrew Shie, Davenport Central, jr. \u2014 Earned a third-place state finish in the 100 breaststroke (school-record 58.14 seconds), took 11th in 100 free (48.43) and competed on two top-eight relays at state.\u00a0

Joseph Shie, Davenport Central, sr. \u2014 Led off the sixth place medley relay at state for Central and swam on eighth place 400 free relay. He also was 15th in 200 IM (2:00.90) and qualified for state in 100 backstroke.

Peter Son, Moline, so. \u2014\u00a0Won three events at Big Six meet in 200 IM (2:03.68), 100 breaststroke (1:02.95) and 200 medley relay. He was sectional runner-up in 100 breast (1:01.69) and swam on state-qualifying medley relay.

Divers

Abhi Sodhani, Moline, jr. \u2014 Captured the Big Six championship with a 340.40 score and was second at the sectional meet.\u00a0

Eddie Sierra-Lee, United Township, sr. \u2014 Qualified for the state meet with a sectional championship (356.40) and was runner-up to Sodhani at Big Six meet.\u00a0

Honorable mention

Bettendorf: Ben Luppen, jr.; Andrew Ottavianelli, so.\u00a0

Davenport Central: Charley Cummins, jr.; Devin Land, so.\u00a0

Moline: Avery Fowler, jr.; Remi Greko, fr.; Ethan Luong, jr.; Jack Thompson, jr.

Muscatine: Isaac Heth, jr.; Daylon Shelangoski, fr.; John Wieskamp, jr.\u00a0

Pleasant Valley: Dylan Hartford, sr.; Nathan McKay, fr.; William Nash, so.; Alex Wong, sr.\u00a0

Rock Island: Grant Osborn, so.\u00a0

United Township: Diego Hernandez, sr.; Jacob Johnson, jr.; Evan Juarez, so.

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Girls soccer\u00a0

Orion-Sherard 2, Alleman 1

Halftime -- Orion-Sherrard 2, Alleman 0. Goals -- Alleman, Taylor Carter (unassisted) 78th minute. Orion-Sherrard, Karsyn McCunn (Jamie Abbott) 6th minute; Lydia Clarke (unassisted) 20th minute. Saves -- Alleman, Alyssa Carpita 2, Megan Tanghe 1; Orion-Sherrard, Mary Mount 9. Corners -- Alleman 5, Orion-Sherrard 1. Records -- Alleman 0-1-0, 0-0-0.

Girls track & field

Silver Streak Indoor Invite\u00a0

at Monmouth College, Monmouth, IL

1600 run -- 1. Ayah Aldadah (Dunlap) 5:21.80, 2. Miranda Kruiswyk (Dunlap) 5:21.89, 3. Caroline Jachino (Pleasant Plains) 5:35.11

200 dash -- 1. Megan Pittington (Moline) 26.23, 2. Aanise Sajna (Dunlap) 26.41, 3. Brittany Rainey (Dunlap) 27.00

1600 relay -- 1. Dunlap (Alex Schaub, Lizzy Hoenes, Savannah Sullivan, Sarah Georgieff) 4:12.91, 2. Farmington 4:18.39, 3. Galesburg 4:23.52

800 relay -- 1. Dunlap (Aanise Sajna, Savannah Sullivan, Alex Schaub, Kiara Pauli) 1:49.29, 2. Galesburg 1:50.94, 3. Moline 1:52.70

400 dash -- 1. Sarah Georgieff (Dunlap) 1:01.74, 2. Destiny Evans (Peoria) 1:06.46, 3. Lizzy Hoenes (Dunlap) 1:06.54

60 hurdles -- 1. Maggie Schutte (Quincy) 9.33, 2. Azlynn Sherrod-Butler (United Township) 9.62, 3. Sarah Georgieff (Dunlap) 9.69

60 dash -- 1. Derria Edwards (Peoria) 7.67, 2. Kiara Pauli (Dunlap) 7.85, 3. Megan Pittington (Moline) 7.98

800 run -- 1. Brett Schneider (Fort Madison) 2:25.52, 2. Jena Brooks (Dunlap) 2:28.32, 3. Andrea Copeland (Dunlap) 2:30.77

Shot put -- 1. Arriana Benjamin (Quincy) 41-02.00, 2. Kacie Evans (Dunlap) 34-03.00, 3. Hannah McVey (Monmouth-Roseville) 33-09.00

3200 run -- 1. Franny Verville (Dunlap) 11:17.00, 2. Ayah Aldadah (Dunlap) 11:26.83, 3. Lydia Kurfman (Quincy) 11:27.91

3200 relay -- 1. Dunlap (Andrea Copeland, Tess Davila, Miranda Kruiswyk, Jena Brooks) 10:06.67, 2. Fort Madison 10:27.67, 3. Knoxville 10:29.10

High jump -- 1. Kiah O'Neal (Alleman) 5-02.00, 2. Iesha Crowe (Kewanee) 4-10.00, 3. Bella Camp (IVC) 4-10.00

Pole vault -- 1. Sydney Bertschy (Dunlap) 11-00.00, 2. Maggie Schutte (Quincy) 10-06.00, 3. Sarah Litchfield (Farmington) 8-06.00

Long jump -- 1. Aanise Sajna (Dunlap) 18-00.50, 2. Savannah Sullivan (Dunlap) 16-09.75, 3. Abby Camp (IVC) 15-07.00

Triple jump -- 1. Maggie Schutte (Quincy) 34-09.75, 2. Alex Schaub (Dunlap) 34-08.00, 3. Acacia Roberts (Dunlap) 33-04.25

Sherwood relays\u00a0

Team results -- 1. Bettendorf 182, 2. Iowa City 145, 3. Mount Pleasant 102, 4. Muscatine 67, 5. Cedar Rapids Xavier 65, 6. Davenport Central 62, 7. Cedar Rapids Washington 50, 8. Burlington 34

100 dash -- 1. Emma Clark (Iowa City) 12.97, 2. Tie, Emma Cooper (Iowa City), Brittni Lloyd (Muscatine), 13.10

200 dash -- 1. Callie Anderson (Burlington) 27.35, 2. Angel Baylark (Burlington) 27.44, 3. Emma Clark (Iowa City) 27.48

400 dash -- 1. Taylor Mitchell (Bettendorf) 1:05.45, 2. Kylie Wroblewski\u00a0(Bettendorf) 1:05.66, 3. Azzura Sartini-Rideout (Iowa City) 1:08.09

800 run -- 1. Sydney Spranger\u00a0(Bettendorf) 2:29.29, 2. Taylor Murphy (Mount Pleasant) 2:30.55, 3. Moriah Morter (Muscatine) 2:32.01

100 hurdles -- 1. Amara Taylor (CR Washington) 16.52, 2. Allison Buckert (Mount Pleasant) 17.08, 3. Hailey Behning\u00a0(Bettendorf) 17.16

1500 run -- 1. Reagan Gorman (CR Washington) 5:03.43, 2. Trinity Borland\u00a0(Bettendorf) 5:03.57, 3. Brina Kraft (Muscatine) 5:12.90

3000 run -- 1. Moriah Morter (Muscatine) 10:55.00, 2. Katie Tallett (CR Xavier) 11:05.00, 3. Emily Bywater (Iowa City) 11:06.00

400 hurdles -- 1. Amara Taylor (CR Washington) 1:10.19, 2. Hailey Behning\u00a0(Bettendorf) 1:11.02, 3. Merryl Green (Iowa City) 1:15.99

Discus -- 1. Luci Murphy (Iowa City) 122-07, 2. Abbie Liechty (Mount Pleasant) 112-11, 3. Bailey Johnson (Mount Pleasant) 101-00

High jump -- 1. Annika Braaten\u00a0(Bettendorf) 4-10.00, 2. Cyan Vanderhoef (Iowa City) 4-08.00, 3. Callie Kellett (Muscatine) 4-06.00

Long jump -- 1. Erin McQuillen\u00a0(Bettendorf) 16-01.50, 2. Aiyana Brown-Taylor (Davenport Central) 15-05.00, 3. Brittni Lloyd (Muscatine) 15-03.00

Shot put -- 1. Luci Murphy (Iowa City) 37-02.50, 2. Grace Bittle (Mount Pleasant) 34-06.00, 3. Creana Farley\u00a0(Bettendorf) 34-06.00

400 relays -- 1. Bettendorf (Maggie Erpelding, Allie Wroblewski, Maddie Banks, Emma Ostrom) 50.87, 2. Davenport Central 53.43, 3. Iowa City 53.79

800 relays -- 1. Bettendorf (Maddie Banks, Emma Ostrom, Erin McQuillen, Allie Wroblewski) 1:47.07, 2. Iowa City 1:55.01, 3. Mount Pleasant 1:58.10

1600 relays -- 1. Bettendorf (Erin McQuillen, Jenna Nickles, Sydney Spranger, Taylor Mitchell) 4:22.68, 2. Iowa City 4:33.00, 3. Davenport Central 4:49.26

3200 relays -- 1. Bettendorf (Jenna Nickles, Ally Gallagher, Trinity Borland, Sydney Spranger) 10:01.92, 2. Iowa City 10:23.97, 3. Cedar Rapids Xavier 10:59.28

400 shuttle hurdle relay -- 1. Mount Pleasant (Maddie Williamson, Serenity Keomanivong, Kalynn Batey, Allison Buckert) 1:10.97, 2. Bettendorf 1:11.09, 3. Cedar Rapids Xavier 1:13.63

800 sprint medley -- 1. Bettendorf (Maddie Banks, Emma Ostrom, Erin McQuillen, Allie Wroblewski) 1:51.80, 2. Cedar Rapids Xavier 1:58.92, 3. Iowa City 1:59.66

1600 distance medley -- 1. Bettendorf (Annika Braaten, Emma Johnson, Rylee Ramstack, Breanna Vermeer) 4:30.78, 2. Muscatine 4:37.29, 3. Cedar Rapids Washington 4:38.86

Boys track & field

North Scott Lancer Early Bird Invite

Team results -- 1. Davenport West 134, 2. North Scott 114, 3. Bettendorf 88, 4. Davenport North 84, 5. Davenport Central 78, 6. Burlington 44

100 dash -- 1. Isaiah Gibbs (North) 11.42, 2. Kevin Kurth (Central) 11.46, 3. Andrew Gerth (Bettendorf) 11.86

200 dash -- 1. Kevin Kurth (Central) 23.91, 2. Nate Pemberton (North) 24.97, 3. Tykel Gordon (Burlington) 25.36

400 dash -- 1. Will Reemtsma (Central) 53.34, 2. DJ Mosley (West) 54.51, 3. DeViann Titus Porter (North) 56.12

800 run -- 1. Andrew Wright (West) 2:08.28, 2. Michael Smith (Central) 2:14.53, 3. Matt Dibbern (North) 2:17.18

110 hurdles -- Will Reemtsma (Central) 16.71, 2. Brady Richlen (West) 17.06, 3. Jaden Wilshusen (North Scott) 18.81

1600 run -- 1. Marcus Padilla (North Scott) 5:00.12, 2. Zach Schocker (North) 5:02.01, 3. Alex Schwindt (West) 5:07.95

3200 run -- 1. Andrew Wright (West) 10:06.81, 2. Cameron Morgan (West) 10:30.74, 3. Matt Dibbern (North) 10:34.24

400 hurdles -- 1. Tyler Williams (West) 59.17, 2. James Pleasant (Burlington) 1:02.26, 3. Ethan Clarke (Bettendorf) 1:03.02

Discus -- 1. Cole Webster (Bettendorf) 154-04, 2. Brett Spencer (Bettendorf) 134-01, 3. Brian Mundt (Burlington) 128-01

High jump -- 1. Trent Allard (North Scott) 5-08.00, 2. TJ Yates (North Scott) 5-08.00, 3. Trey Sampson (West) 5-06.00

Long jump -- 1. Kevin Kurth (Central) 21-09.00, 2. DJ Mosley (West) 20-08.00, 3. Tykel Gordon (Burlington) 20-00.00\u00a0

Shot put -- 1. Cole Webster (Bettendorf) 50-01.00, 2. Jaylen Johnson (West) 46-04.00, 3. Brett Spencer (Bettendorf) 45-06.00

400 relay -- 1. North Scott (Tony Barreca, Clayton Neff, Paul Leahy, Luke Kroeger) 46.07, 2. Bettendorf 47.03, 3. North 48.11

800 relay -- 1. Bettendorf (Austin Kalar, Jaron Shook, Drake Nichols, Andrew Gerth, Brandan Tillman) 1:38.74, 2. West 1:41.39, 3. North Scott 1:42.85

1600 relay -- 1. West (Tyler Williams, DJ Mosley, Mike Anfinson, Andrew Wright) 3:43.80, 2. North Scott 3:47.42, 3. Burlington 4:01.52

3200 relay -- 1. Central (Islam Tot, Seth Land, Jacob Green) 8:52.56, 2. North Scott 8:58.42, 3. Burlington 9:36.35

440 shuttle hurdle -- 1. West (Brady Richlen, Tyler Williams, DJ Mosley, Tyrese Ballard) 1:03.69, 2. North Scott 1:05.79

800 sprint medley relay -- 1. North Scott (Tony Barreca, Luke Kroeger, Paul Leahy, Clayton Neff) 1:38.24, 2. North 1:41.81, 3. Bettendorf 1:44.63

1600 distance medley relay -- 1. North (Nate Pemberton, Cameron Butler, Jalen Jones, Zach Schocker) 4:00.74, 2. North Scott 4:15.55

Silver Streak Indoor Invite\u00a0

at Monmouth College, Monmouth, IL

1600 run -- 1. Cam Schroeder (Burlington) 4:48.88, 2. Cooper Hoffman (Elmwood) 4:49.91, 3. Carson Potts (Dunlap) 4:53.38\u00a0

200 dash -- 1. Alec McElyea (IVC) 23.27, 2. Brett Schenck (Princeton) 23.35, 3. Chandler Diehl (West Central) 23.80

800 relay -- 1. United Township (Jacob Bodeen, Travis Griffith, David Ortega, Demariye Carpenter) 1:36.21, 2. Monmouth-Roseville 1:37.58, 3. Sherrard 1:38.88

400 dash -- 1. Zach Vancil (West Central) 52.85, 2. Judd Anderson (Farmington) 53.68, 3. Logan Plack (Peoria Notre Dame) 53.88

60 hurdles -- 1. Tracker Harris (Dunlap) 8.44, 2. Paul Cabrera (Galesburg) 8.70, 3. Hayden Goleman (Elmwood) 8.92

60 dash -- 1. Armani Atwater (Moline) 7.17, 2. Brett Schenck (Princeton) 7.19, 3. Demariye Carpenter (United Township) 7.30

800 run -- 1. Connor Dessert (Moline) 2:00.27, 2. Mitchell Mazander (Peoria Notre Dame) 2:06.55, 3. Wilson Burton (Galesburg) 2:06.59

Shot put -- 1. Jackson Harkness (Elmwood) 52-00.00, 2. Austin Klokkenga (Dunlap) 51-06.00, 3. Xavier Wickersham (United Township) 45-11.00

3200 run -- 1. Dalton Martin (United Township) 9:55.49, 2. Spencer Smith (Alleman) 10:00.84, 3. Owen Habeger (IVC) 10:08.19

3200 relay -- 1. Dunlap (Trey Chamberlain, Gabe Gavino-DaCosta, Dotun Taiwo, Carson Potts) 8:33.66, 2. Elmwood 8:38.81, 3. United Township 8:58.02

High jump -- 1. Logan Francis (United Township) 6-04.00, 2. John Moore (Moline) 6-00.00, 3. Prince Saye (Moline) 5-10.00

Pole vault -- 1. Josh Getz (Peoria Notre Dame) 14-06.00, 2. Jack Pompe (Dunlap) 14-00.00, 3. Kyle Mulhern (Peoria Notre Dame) 12-06.00

Long jump -- 1. Ben Buresh (Wethersfield) 21-05.50, 2. Alec McElyea (IVC) 21-04.50, 3. Marcellous Johnson (Moline) 20-09.25\u00a0

Triple jump -- 1. Marcellous Johnson (Moline) 43-11.50, 2. Anton Ranson (United Township) 43-06.00, 3. Nathan Graves (Alleman) 42-02.50

Baseball\u00a0

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Even Brea Beal was stunned.

Vacationing in the Wisconsin Dells, she says her jaw dropped when her father, Kevin, called to give her the good news.

After being put on speaker phone, he said, \u201cYou did it, Brea.\u201d

\u201cI didn\u2019t know what to say,\u201d Brea said. \u201cI was like, \u2018Oh my God, I really did it.\u2019\u201d

What Beal, a sophomore, did Tuesday was win Illinois Ms. Basketball for 2017. The award is voted on by media and is presented by the Chicago Tribune in conjunction with the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association.

She is the first Quad-City player ever to win Illinois Ms. Basketball. The only Quad-Citian to win the Iowa Miss Basketball award was North Scott\u2019s Jenni Fitzgerald in 1986. Rock Island\u2019s Chasson Randle shared the Illinois Mr. Basketball award in 2011 with East Aurora\u2019s Ryan Boatright.

Indeed, none of the awards Beal won this past season are bigger than this. Beal\u2019s list for the 2016-17 season already includes first team all-state honors in Class 4A by the Associated Press and 3A/4A first team honors by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association. Last week, Beal was named Illinois Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year.

Beal joins impressive company in earning the Illinois Ms. Basketball honor as a sophomore. Other sophomores to win the honor include Tamika Catchings of Stevenson High School in 1995 and Candace Parker of Naperville Central in 2002. Both went on to star at the University of Tennessee and in the WNBA.

\u201cIt\u2019s just amazing,\u201d Beal said of winning the same award as a sophomore as those two elite players did. \u201cI look at them a lot. Me and my dad talk about them, all the stuff they did and how I should be doing what they did to get better right now.\u201d

Beal, a 6-foot guard/forward, averaged 20.6 points, 9.8 rebounds, 3.2 steals and 3.1 assists for Rock Island, which finished 31-2 after losing to Edwardsville in the Class 4A sectional final, one game short of making state.

Beal received 25 first-place votes and 165 points, 19 ahead of Elgin Larkin\u2019s Marlee Kyles, a senior, who had 20 first-place votes. First-place votes were worth five points, three for second and one for third with three places on each ballot.

Beal was named on 43 ballots. Annawan\u2019s Jayde VanHyfte finished in ninth place with five first-place votes and was named on 22 ballots.

\u201cMe being from Rock Island and being away from the Chicago area and winning this, it means so much,\u201d Beal said.

Rock Island coach Thad Hoover agrees.

\u201cThe cool thing is this is an award from all over the state of Illinois, the media and everything,\u201d Hoover said. \u201cFor her to get that kind of recognition is pretty amazing.\u201d

Hoover feared voters might opt to wait until her senior year to vote for her.

\u201cThe fact that people didn\u2019t do that is kind of resounding,\u201d he said. \u201cShe\u2019s the best player in the state and it doesn\u2019t matter how old she is.\u201d

But Hoover knows why Beal won.

\u201cThe big thing is Brea really worked to get this,\u201d he said. \u201cWhen you outwork people, good things happen. She really just outworks people. It really is as simple as that.\u201d

Beal said she was humbled to receive the award.

\u201cI am blessed to get this opportunity to win this, but I still want to work to get better,\u201d she said. \u201cHopefully better things will come in the future.\u201d

Illinois Mr. Basketball was won by Mark Smith of Edwardsville, who was named on 61 ballots, getting 41 first-place votes. United Township\u2019s Tray Buchanan finished 11th and was named on seven ballots.

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Since Mr. Basketball is an award for only seniors in Iowa, Joe Wieskamp was not eligible to win it this season.

Still, Wieskamp collected a major honor Monday for his stellar junior campaign.

The 6-foot-6 Muscatine product and Iowa recruit was named Iowa's Gatorade Player of the Year after averaging a state-best 30.4 points per game.\u00a0

Wieskamp, a four-star recruit and ranked among the nation's top 50 players in the 2018 class by multiple publications, is the first Mississippi Athletic Conference boys basketball player and just the second player from the Iowa Quad-Cities area to win the award since it began in 1986.\u00a0

Former Hawkeye Brig Tubbs, a Central DeWitt grad, captured it in 1987.\u00a0

Wieskamp, a three-time all-stater, had four games of 40 points or more this season including a career-high 50 against Burlington. The MAC player of the year also averaged 10.2 rebounds, 2.5 assists and ranked among the league's top 10 in steals and blocks while shooting 56.1 percent from the field.

\"In my 15 years of coaching in the area, plus growing up and playing here, I have never seen a player as talented as Joe Wieskamp,\" North Scott coach Shamus Budde said. \"He is an impossible matchup when you put his skills with his size.\u00a0

\"The most impressive parts of his game are his pace, unselfishness and a killer instinct. Those are things you can't teach or coach.\"

Muscatine was 15-7 and lost in the substate final to eventual state champion Iowa City West.\u00a0

The award recognizes athletic excellence, academic achievement and exemplary character. In addition to his basketball exploits, Wieskamp has a 3.86 grade-point average and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

He joins a list of past recipients from the state that includes Jess Settles, Dean Oliver, Matt Gatens, Harrison Barnes, Jarrod Uthoff, Marcus Paige and Jordan Bohannon.

Rock Island sophomore Brea Beal was named Illinois' Gatorade Player of the Year last week for girls basketball.\u00a0

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Brea Beal is only halfway through her high school basketball career, but the Rock Island standout already has compiled a slew of accolades.

Recently named first team all-state in Illinois and the state's Gatorade Player of the Year, Beal is captain of the Quad-City Times All-Metro girls basketball team for the second consecutive season.

The 6-foot-1 Beal, ranked among the nation's top recruits in the 2019 class, averaged 20.6 points, 9.8 rebounds, 3.2 steals and 3.1 assists per game. The Rocks were 31-2, cruised to a 10-0 mark in the Western Big Six and reached the sectional final in Illinois Class 4A.

Beal, already with more than 1,200 career points, is joined on the six-player first team by teammate and junior point guard Chrislyn Carr, who averaged more than 15 points per contest.\u00a0

Davenport North has a pair of players on the top team in senior Jinaya Houston and junior Paige Bradford.

Houston, an Iowa signee, is on the first team for the third consecutive season. Bradford, the Mississippi Athletic Conference's player of the year, averaged nearly 20 points and 10 rebounds per game for the 18-win Wildcats.

North Scott senior guard Karli Rucker, who led the Lancers to their first state championship earlier this month, and Pleasant Valley junior Ellie Spelhaug complete the first team. Spelhaug recorded 16 points and 7.3 rebounds per game for the Spartans, who earned a share of the MAC title.

In addition to Beal and Houston, Carr and Rucker were on the first team a season ago.\u00a0

Camanche senior post Courtney Schnoor captains the all-Eastern Iowa team. The Upper Iowa University recruit led the Indians (16-8) in scoring at almost 19 points and 7.3 rebounds a contest.\u00a0

Annawan junior Jayde Van Hyfte, an Arizona State recruit, is the captain of the all-Western Illinois team. Van Hyfte returned from a knee injury mid-season and guided the Bravettes to an Illinois Class 1A state championship.\u00a0

Van Hyfte was joined by a pair of players from Sherrard and Kewanee on the first team.\u00a0

PV's Jennifer Goetz is the metro coach of the year. Goetz led the Spartans to a 19-win season despite a key injury and no seniors on the roster.\u00a0

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FIRST TEAM

Jayde Van Hyfte, Annawan (captain)

Height, year: 6-1, jr.

Honors/stats: Arizona State recruit, IBCA Class 1A/2A first team all-state, Illinois AP Class 1A first team all-state, all-Lincoln Trail first team, repeat all-Western Illinois selection, led Bravettes to 1A state title after recovering from major knee injury a year ago, averaged 24.1 points, 11.5 rebounds\u00a0

Mitrese Smith, Kewanee\u00a0

Height, year: 5-10, jr.

Honors/stats: IBCA fourth team all-state, unanimous all-Three Rivers Conference East, sixth leading scorer and second in rebounds all-time at Kewanee, earned all-tourney honors at Oregon Tipoff Classic, Kewanee MLK and St. Bede Christmas tournaments; averaged 17.5 points, 11.3 rebounds\u00a0

Blair Bullock, Kewanee

Height, year: 5-8, sr.

Honors/stats:\u00a0Unanimous all-Three Rivers East two straight years, IBCA Class 1A/2A all-state honorable mention, averaged 16.7 points, fourth all-time leading scorer in school history with 1,279 points, earned all-tourney honors at Oregon Tipoff Classic, Kewanee MLK and St. Bede Christmas tournaments

Faith Anderson, Sherrard

Height, year: 6-0, sr.

Honors/stats: First team IBCA Class 1A/2A, Illinois AP all-state Class 2A; unanimous first team all-Three Rivers West. Undecided on college choice; averaged 15.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 2.7 steals per game

Spenser Strandgard, Sherrard\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0

Height, year: 5-11, sr.\u00a0

Honors/stats: Illinois State softball recruit, special mention IBCA Class 1A/2A all-state, unanimous first team all-Three Rivers West, averaged 10.6 points, 7.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists per game. \u00a0

Brittney Litton, Wethersfield \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0

Height, year: 5-8, so.

Honors/stats: First team all-Lincoln Trail Conference, second team as a freshman, honorable mention Illinois AP all-state, fourth team IBCA all-state, MVP at Erie Warkins Classic, 1,000-point club as a sophomore, averaged 18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals

SECOND TEAM

Dani Hagens, Mercer County\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0

Height, year: 6-0, so.

Honors/stats: First team all-Lincoln Trail, Warkins all-tournament team, 13.5 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.5 blocks, 1.5 steals

Emma Sitzmore, Morrison \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0

Height, year: 5-9, sr.\u00a0

Honors/stats:Two-time first team all Three Rivers West, averaged 9.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 1.5 blocks, 1.4 steals

Ann Smolenski, Orion

Height, year: 5-8, sr.\u00a0

Honors/stats: First team all-Three Rivers West, all-tourney Kewanee MLK tourney, averaged 10.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.0 steals, 1.7 assists

Renee Rumler, Geneseo\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0

Height, year: 5-5, sr.

Honors/stats: IBCA Class 3A/4A all-state honorable mention, first team all-NIB, 8.9 points, 3.2 steals

Sydney Himmelman, Geneseo\u00a0

Height, year: 6-2, sr.

Honors/stats: All-NIB West first team, averaged 6.7 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.1 blocks

Kenzie Baker, Mercer County\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0

Height, year: 5-9, sr.

Honors/stats: First team all-Lincoln Trail, all-Western Illinois second team a year ago, averaged 10.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.8 steals.

HONORABLE MENTION

Annawan: Kayley Jackson, jr.; Kendall Gripp, jr.; Jordyn Sierens, jr.; Erie:\u00a0Whitney Bramm, jr.; Taylor Steimle, sr.;\u00a0Fulton:\u00a0Jordan Price, sr.; Faith Kennedy, sr.; Galva:\u00a0Josie Berry, jr.; Grace Clucas, sr.;\u00a0Geneseo:\u00a0Maddie Mackey, sr.;\u00a0Kewanee:\u00a0Rachael Moraski, sr.;\u00a0Mercer County:\u00a0Alyssa Hess, jr., Ellie Lower, sr.; Morrison:\u00a0Kassidee Church, sr.;\u00a0Prophetstown: Courtney Pierceson, jr.; Riverdale: Sydney Garrett, fr.;\u00a0Rockridge: Jessica Stice;\u00a0Sherrard: Callie Minch, jr.

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FIRST TEAM

Courtney Schnoor, Camanche (captain)

Height, year: 6-1, sr.

Honors/stats: Division II Upper Iowa University recruit, Iowa Newspaper Association Class 3A third team all-state, IGCA 3A second team all-state, all-district, repeat all-area selection, all-River Valley Conference Elite Team, averaged team-high 18.7 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2 blocks, 49.6 percent FGs

Shania Boyd, Columbus Community

Height, year: 5-5, sr.

Honors/stats: All-SEISC North first team, IGCA all-district team, averaged team-high 19.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, 4.2 steals, single-season school record 123 FT makes (69.5 percent)

Emma Kelchen, Bellevue

Height, year: 5-11, jr.

Honors/stats: All-River Valley Conference Elite Team, repeat first team all-area, averaged team-high 13.9 points, 7.7 rebounds, team-high 29 blocks, 123-205 FGs (60 percent), 85-106 FTs (80.2 percent)

Kali Roling, Central DeWitt

Height, year: 5-2, sr.

Honors/stats: IGCA 4A all-district, all-Wamac East Division first team, averaged team-high 11.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 1.9 steals, team-high 42 made 3-pointers, 60-91 FTs (65.9 percent)

Marissa Schroeder, Bellevue Marquette

Height, year: 6-1, sr.\u00a0

Honors/stats: INA 1A first team all-state, IGCA 1A first team all-state, all-district, all-Tri Rivers East, all-tournament team at state, averaged 21.5 points, 9.7 rebounds, 3.4 steals, 52 percent FGs, 74 percent FTs

Aubrey Werthmann, Durant

Height, year: 5-7, sr.

Honors/stats: All-River Valley Conference Elite Team, averaged team-high 15.7 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.2 steals, team-high 17 blocks, 62 made 3-pointers, 59-70 FTs (84.3 percent)

SECOND TEAM

Brie Bennis, Maquoketa

Height, year: 5-6, so.\u00a0

Honors/stats: All-Wamac East Division second team, averaged team-high 10.2 points, 2.1 steals, 21 made 3-pointers, 66-91 FTs (72.5 percent)

Marly Bussa, Camanche

Height, year: 5-6, jr.

Honors/stats: All-RVC North Division first team, averaged 12.6 points, 3.3 rebounds, 3.2 steals, team-high 58 made 3-pointers

Kortney Drake, Wilton

Height, year: 5-8, so.

Honors/stats: All-RVC South Division first team, averaged 12.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 2.9 steals, 73-108 FTs (67.6 percent)

Kiley Petersen, Easton Valley

Height, year: 6-1, sr.

Honors/stats: All-Tri Rivers East Division first team, IGCA all-district, averaged 12.4 points, 12.5 rebounds, 3.2 blocks, 124-233 FGs (53.2 percent)

Rebecca Schroeder, Bellevue

Height, year: 5-9, jr.

Honors/stats: All-RVC North Division first team, averaged 10.5 points, 12.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 2.2 steals, 44 percent FGs

Bailey Stroud, Columbus Community

Height, year: 5-5, sr.

Honors/stats: All-SEISC North Division first team, averaged 16.6 points, 6.3 rebounds, 5.2 assists, team-high and school-record 38 made 3-pointers

HONORABLE MENTION

Bellevue: Giana Michels, so.; Cam Reeg, jr.\u00a0Bellevue Marquette: Teona Richman, so.; Annika Frank, jr.\u00a0Calamus-Wheatland: Katie Banowetz, sr.; Hannah Garland, sr.; Morgan Vander Heiden, sr.\u00a0Camanche: Lea Lefebure, jr.\u00a0Central DeWitt: Maggie Murphy, jr.\u00a0Durant: Autumn Wolf, sr.\u00a0Easton Valley: Lexi Theisen, sr.; Hannah Bormann, sr.; Sadie Zaruba, so.\u00a0Louisa-Muscatine: Mariah Pugh, so.\u00a0Maquoketa: Claire Sybesma, sr. Midland: Drew Jensen, so.; Libertie Uppena, sr.\u00a0North Cedar: Leah Crock, jr.\u00a0Northeast: Brenna Seeser, jr.; Madlyn Kaczinski, sr.\u00a0Tipton: Emily Hermsen, so.\u00a0Wapello: Karlee Carey, sr.; Tiffany Parson, jr.\u00a0West Liberty: Haddie Anderson, sr.\u00a0Wilton: Emily Lange, so.

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