2014 New Haven Register All-Area Boys Basketball Team

Most Valuable Player

Paschal Chukwu
Fairfield Prep, Sr., 7-0, C

Stats: Averaged 14.3 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks per game for the SCC champion. Finished with 21 points, 17 rebounds and 12 blocks in the Class LL state final against Bridgeport Central.
Honors: Two-time All-Area and All-SCC Quinnipiac Division selection. Named MVP of the SCC this season. Selected to play in the JCC Schoolboy Classic.
Up next: Will play at Providence next season.

Coach of the Year

Leo Redgate
Fairfield Prep

Stats: Coached the Jesuits to a 27-1 record, the program’s first Southern Connecticut Conference tournament championship and the team’s third Class LL state final in the past four seasons. Team also won the SCC Quinnipiac Division regular-season title. Redgate has a 94-15 record in his first four seasons as head coach.

Shane Christie
Hillhouse, Sr., 6-2, G

Stats: Averaged 16.6 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.0 steals for the SCC Hammonasset Division champions.
Honors: Two-time All-SCC Hammonasset Division selection. Picked for the All-New Haven County Tap-Off team.
Up next: Will likely attend prep school next fall.

Raiquan Clark
Hillhouse, Sr., 6-4, F

Stats: Averaged 15.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.0 steals for the SCC Hammonasset Division champions.
Honors: Two-time All-Area selection. All-SCC Hammonasset Division pick. SCC tournament MVP in 2013. Selected to play in both the CHSCA All-Star game and the JCC Schoolboy Classic.
Off the court: SCC Scholar-Athlete recipient.
Up next: Will play at prep school next season.

Luke Dombroski
Guilford, Sr., 6-3, F

Stats: Averaged 12.3 points, 11 rebounds, two blocks and two steals per game for the Indians.
Honors: All-SCC Hammonasset Division and All-New Haven Tap-Off Club selection. Selected to play in the CHSCA All-Star game.
Off the court: Member of the National Honors Society.
Up next: Will study engineering at UConn.

Joshua Fleming
Wilbur Cross, Sr., 5-8, G

Stats: Averaged 18.4 points and 3.0 assists and scored over 1,000 points for his career.
Honors: Two-time All-Area, All-SCC Oronoque Division and All-New Haven County Tap-Off Club selection. Chosen to play in the CHSCA Class L-LL All-Star game.
Up next: Plans to attend Shooting for Greatness Academy in Raleigh, N.C.

Chris Jean-Pierre
Valley Regional, Jr., 6-0, G

Stats: Averaged 19.3 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists for the Class S state runner-up. Scored 20 points in the state final against Sacred Heart. Also was a key part of Valley’s 2013 Class M state championship team.
Honors: Second Team All-Shoreline Conference selection.
Off the court: Also a Register All-Area and Class M Coaches All-State selection in football this past season.

Collin Jordan
Cheshire, Sr., 5-9, G

Stats: Averaged 11.8 points and 4.4 assists for the SCC Housatonic Division champion.
Honors: Two-time All-SCC Housatonic Division and New Haven County Tap-Off Club All-Area Team pick. CHSCA Class LL all-state selection.
Up next: Considering Eastern Connecticut, Western Connecticut and Keene State, along with prep schools Millbrook and Canterbury.

Jordan Lomax
Career, Sr., 6-2, F

Stats: Averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds per game for the Class L state tournament runners-up and Southern Connecticut Conference Oronoque Division champions.
Honors: All-SCC Oronoque Division selection.
Up next: Considering Goldey-Beacom, Western Connecticut and Albertus Magnus to play at next season.

Thomas Nolan
Fairfield Prep, Jr., 6-2, G

Stats: Averaged 14.3 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals for the SCC tournament champion and Class LL state tournament runner-up.
Honors: SCC tournament MVP. All-SCC Quinnipiac Division and Fairfield Christmas Tournament All-Tournament Team selection.

Elijah Pemberton
Xavier, Jr., 6-2, G

Stats: Averaged 18.0 points, 6.1 rebounds and four assists per game for the Falcons.
Honors: Two-time All-Area and New Haven County Tap-Off Club All-Area Team pick. An All-SCC Quinnipiac Division selection.

Tyreek Perkins
Career, So., 6-0, G

Stats: Second-year starter averaged 10.4 points and 5.0 assists for the Class L state tournament runners-up and SCC Oronoque Division champions.
Off the court: High honors student.

Keith Pettway
Fairfield Prep, Sr., 5-11, G

Stats: Averaged 12.2 points and 5 assists per game for the SCC champions and Class LL state runners-up.
Honors: All-SCC Quinnipiac Division selection.
Off the court: Also participates in outdoor track and field.
Up next: Considering Keene State, Western New England, Pace and St. Thomas Aquinas for next season.

Ryan Pittman
Bunnell, Jr., 5-9, G

Stats: Averaged 17.1 points, 6.1 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 4.1 steals for the Bulldogs, who have won the SWC tournament and reached the Class L state tournament semifinals each of the last two seasons.
Honors: All-South-West Conference First Team selection. MVP of the Masuk Christmas Tournament.

Issac Vann
Bunnell, Sr., 6-4, F

Stats: The Greater New Haven area’s leading scorer at 23.2 per game. Also averaged 10.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists for the two-time SWC tournament champions and Class L state tournament semifinalists.
Honors: All-SWC First Team selection. Named SWC Tournament MVP. Selected to play in the CHSCA All-Star game and the JCC Schoolboy Classic.
Up next: Likely to play at prep school next season.

Chan Williams-Bey Jr.
Wilbur Cross, Sr., 6-5, G/F

Stats: Averaged 15.7 points and eight rebounds for the Governors.
Honors: Two-time All-Area, All-SCC Oronoque Division, Coaches All-State and New Haven County Tap-Off Club All-Area Team selection.
Up next: Considering Norfolk State and prep schools among his options for next year.

Comments

  1. Ricky Gee says

    How do you leave Tyler Ancrum , Ian Gardner & Jaylen Jennings of your list . All 3 of those players put up better numbers than most of the players on your list , and are in your area . How do 3 1st team all-state players not make your list ????

    • Sean Patrick BowleySean Patrick Bowley says

      This is All-Area, aka the New Haven Area and SCC satellites team.

      All-State comes out at 3 p.m. today.

  2. #woodsforpresident says

    how is kevin woods not a coach of the year he bought a young team to the state finals and held one of the best player in the country to 14 most of the points from the foul line

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