Hennen Co-MVP; Busselman top coach
Minneota Senior Thomas Hennen, along with Cooper Hanson of Russell-Tyler-Ruthton were named Most Valuable Player of the Camden Conference South.
Minneota Coach Dave Busselman was named the South Coach of the Year. In the North half of the conference, Justin Schrupp of Renville County West was named the Most Valuable Player.
Barry Besonen of Lac qui Parle Valley was named Coach of the Year. Joining Hennen on the All-Conference squad were Jacob Hennen, Logan Sussner and Nolan Boerboom. Named Honorable Mention was Minneota’s Jared Josephson.
Other members of the south team were: Russell-Tyler-Ruthton: Carter Hanson and Jack Kerr. Lakeview: Tyler Imes and Aaron Loe. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton: Fitz Landherr and Jake Tauer. Canby: Riley Kockelman. Yellow Medicine East: Bennett Knapper. Honorable Mention: Jahrell Ishmon, Yellow Medicine East; Parker Hoffman, Lakeview; Trevor Larson, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton; Jared Hauswedell, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton and Ethan Thovson, Canby.
Named to the North All-Conference team were: Lac qui Parle Valley: Austin Bonn, Caden Bjornjeld and Maverick Conn. Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg: Weston Gjerde and Ethan Hauge. Renville County West: Riley Ashburn. Dawson-Boyd: Bentley Boike and Zach Durfee. Central Minnesota Christian: Austin TeBrake and Peter Martin. MACCRAY: Brady Kienitz.
Honorable Mention: Isaac Call, KMS; Jay Marcus, CMCS; Colton Husby, Dawson-Boyd; Thomas Daniels, LqPV; Thomas Kirking, MACCRAY and Jamie Castillo, RCW. Minneota was the Camden Conference South Champion and Lac qui Parle Valley won the North title. Lac qui Parle Valley then won the playoff between the two teams.
Hennen led the Vikings in scoring this year with 590 points and a 24 point per game average. He also led the area in scoring.
He had 99 three-pointers, shooting 45 percent from three-point range. Hennen added 43 of 52 free throws and had 144 rebounds for the Minneota Vikings during his senior year.