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Originally published Monday, March 12, 2012 at 8:02 PM

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Seattle Times 2012 all-state boys basketball team

Davis High School's David Trimble, the Player of the Year, heads The Seattle Times' 2012 all-state boys team.

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So how does a Pac 12 signee not get voted All State? Im speaking of Brett Boese of Shad... MORE
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Interesting that this list includes 3 Metro 3A players, but not the 2010-11 abd 2011-12... MORE

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Boys Player of Year
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G David Trimble Davis (Yakima) 6-2 Sr.
Trimble did it all for Pirates. Had 10 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 steals in 4A title game.
First Team
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G Jordan Chatman Union (Vancouver) 6-5 Sr.
BYU-bound senior will always be remembered for 85-foot basket in 4A semifinals.
G Anrio Adams Rainier Beach (Seattle) 6-3 Sr.
Adams' senior season was all about growth. His maturity helped lead Vikings to 3A crown.
G Zach LaVine Bothell 6-3 Jr.
Explosive scorer is state's top prospect in 2013 recruiting class.
F Tucker Haymond Garfield (Seattle) 6-5 Jr.
Haymond emerged as a junior, averaging 20 points, 10 rebounds at state.
C Darien Nelson-Henry Lake Washington (Kirkland) 6-11 Sr.
State's best big man led Kangaroos to school's first fourth-place state-tournament finish.
Second Team
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G D.J. Fenner Seattle Prep 6-6 Jr.
Fenner played his best basketball late in season, leading Panthers to 3A title game.
G Brett Bailey University (Spokane) 6-5 Jr.
Committed to San Diego, well-rounded Bailey helped Titans reach 3A semifinals.
G Marquis Davis Rainier Beach 5-9 Jr.
Fearless junior loves big shots in crucial moments and proved it late in season.
F Justin Pedley Kamiakin (Kennewick) 6-6 Sr.
Pedley powered two-year run during which Braves finished third and fifth in 3A.
F Mitch Penner Kennedy Catholic (Burien) 6-5 Sr.
Finished career strong, averaging 22 points, 12 rebounds in two state-tournament games.
Coach of Year
Mike Bethea, Rainier Beach
Bethea's young team matured at right time, bringing home the coach's fifth state championship.

Selections by Mason Kelley, Seattle Times

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