When talking with fans in the 2021-22 season they mentioned how different the Mount Vernon Boys season would have been had Hudson Rohler not torn his ACL and Rohler showed his importance and talent in his Senior season and for that he has been named the Super Q All Star Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Rohler averaged 19.4 points per game, 2.3 rebounds per contest, 1.7 assists per game, he shot 49 percent from the field, 36 percent from beyond the arc and 77 percent from the free throw stripe and provided Jacket fans an exciting moment with a game winning three at the buzzer in overtime to knock off Ashland in Overtime in the Jackets first conference game.
Joining Rohler on the first team is the heart and soul of the Freddies team Kaid Carpenter. Carpenter averaged 14.6 points and 6 rebounds per game for the KMAC Champions who went 12-0 in the league and made it to the District Semifinals. Colton Martin averaged nearly 18 points per game for Centerburg and is on the first team with Brady Lester of Fredericktown who averaged 12 points per game. Spencer Payne of Danville is the other member of the first team after he led Danville at 14.5 points per contest.
The second team Caden Rowland of Mount Vernon, Luke Bean and Teegan Ruhl of Fredericktown, Grayson Reynolds of Centerburg and Walker Weckesser of Danville
Fredericktown’s Derek Dibling is this year’s Super Q All Star Coach of the Year
On the girls side the Fredericktown Freddies were a very young team and lost their lone Senior to an ankle injury during the season but one player stepped up and led the team in her Sophomore Year. Cally Carpenter is this year’s Player of the Year on the Girl’s side. Matt Proper of Danville is the Coach of the Year.
Carpenter led the KMAC in points per game with over 15 per game. Joining her on the first team Kayla Larimore of Centerburg, Jaylyn Workman and Ella Proper of Danville and Sydney Opfer of East Knox, she led the conference in rebounds per game.
Second Team consists of Ella Proper and Grace Sipes of Fredericktown, Neveah Williams of Mount Vernon, Ella Bouton of Fredericktown and Clara Johnson of Centerburg