Johnson named MVP, Stockton earns spot on all-league hoops team

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  • Johnson named MVP, Stockton earns spot on all-league hoops team Senior Robbie Johnson, left, was named Most Valuable Player, while junior teammate Alex Stockton, right, also earned a spot on the 4A All-Inland Empire League boys basketball team, as voted on recently by the league’s coaches. Johnson scored in double figures a whopping 19 times this season, including four 20-plus point games as he was able to score from beyond the arc or by getting to the tin, was one of the team’s top rebounders and often took the game over in crunch time. Stockton used his 6-3, 230 pound frame to do his damage down low, scoring in double figures 16 times to help carry the scoring load with Johnson. Stockton is a strong post defender, great at controlling the defensive glass and is a skilled big offensively. Jalen Skalskiy (Fr., Lakeland) was named Newcomer of the year, Josh Uhrig of Moscow was Coach of the Year, and Gabe Quinnett (Jr., Mos), Cooper Stevens (Sr., Mos), Dylan Knight (Sr., Lak) and Dylan Vahey (Sr., Lak) rounded out the team. (Photos by ERIC PLUMMER)

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  • Johnson named MVP, Stockton earns spot on all-league hoops team Senior Robbie Johnson, left, was named Most Valuable Player, while junior teammate Alex Stockton, right, also earned a spot on the 4A All-Inland Empire League boys basketball team, as voted on recently by the league’s coaches. Johnson scored in double figures a whopping 19 times this season, including four 20-plus point games as he was able to score from beyond the arc or by getting to the tin, was one of the team’s top rebounders and often took the game over in crunch time. Stockton used his 6-3, 230 pound frame to do his damage down low, scoring in double figures 16 times to help carry the scoring load with Johnson. Stockton is a strong post defender, great at controlling the defensive glass and is a skilled big offensively. Jalen Skalskiy (Fr., Lakeland) was named Newcomer of the year, Josh Uhrig of Moscow was Coach of the Year, and Gabe Quinnett (Jr., Mos), Cooper Stevens (Sr., Mos), Dylan Knight (Sr., Lak) and Dylan Vahey (Sr., Lak) rounded out the team. (Photos by ERIC PLUMMER)

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