The Spring River Valley Conference released its postseason honors earlier this week and Diamond earned two boys and three girls spots.

The Spring River Valley Conference released its postseason honors earlier this week and Diamond earned two boys and three girls spots.
On the boys side, Diamond junior Carter Prewitt made first team alongside player of the year Ben Schelle (Lockwood), Jasper's Blake Jefferies, Greenfield's Marcus Wright, Pierce City's twin brothers Evan and Ian Burt, Miller's Jordan Butterfield, Liberal's Matt Dugan, Lockwood's Cade Holman, College Heights' Luke Cummins.
Diamond senior Michael Bray earned second team, along with Lockwood's Jake Byrnes and Logan Sparkman, Jasper's Nick Adkins and Levi Brown, Golden City's Cody St. John, College Heights' Jordan Fuller, Greenfield's Tristan Long, Sarcoxie's Devon Middleton and Pierce City's Mason Moreland.
The Wildcats finished 11-15 overall and 6-3 in the SRVC.
Prewitt, an all-around player, averaged 13.1 points, 5.6 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.1 steals. Over a five-game stretch in January, Prewitt scored 28 points against College Heights, 17 against Seneca, 18 against Purdy, 14 against Miller and 17 against Pierce City, as the Wildcats finished 4-1 during this stretch, one of their best of the season.
Prewitt had eight rebounds in three straight games against Seneca, Purdy and Miller and his stat line against College Heights included 28 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals. Prewitt came up with five steals in a December loss against Seneca.
Bray averaged 7.6 points, 1.8 assists and 3.2 rebounds.
Schnelle led Lockwood to a 20-8 overall and 9-0 SRVC record. He averaged 11.7 points, 13.1 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 2.2 steals and 2.3 blocked shots, doing just about everything well for the Tigers.
Schnelle scored a season-high 34 points against Liberal, grabbed double-digit rebounds in his final 10 games of the season highlighted by 21 against Liberal, dished out eight assists against Golden City, made 13 steals in back-to-back games against Sheldon and Bronaugh, and blocked seven shots against Liberal.
That Feb. 16 game against Liberal amounted to 34 points, 21 rebounds, six assists, two steals and seven blocks for Schnelle.
Lockwood head coach Aaron Shockley earned coach of the year.
The Tigers' season ended with a 75-57 loss to Rich Hill in the Class 2, District 13 final. Rich Hill improved to 28-0 with the win over Lockwood, but its season came to an end at sectionals with a 59-57 loss to Skyline.

GIRLS
Diamond senior Macie Seward earned first team, while senior Kirsten Eden and junior Kelsi Eden made second team.
Seward had 25 points, five rebounds, three assists and one steal in a 60-42 win over Golden City. She had 19 and 17 points in losses against Liberal and East Newton.
Kirsten Eden nearly finished with a double-double (14 points and eight rebounds) in a 50-43 win over Cassville and had 13 points each in games against East Newton and Golden City.
Kelsi Eden had 26 points and eight rebounds against Cassville, 11 points and six assists against East Newton, 12 points and six rebounds against Golden City, and 16 points and five rebounds against Liberal.
The Lady Wildcats finished 11-14 overall and 4-5 in the SRVC.

Like Lockwood on the boys side, Jasper finished with a 9-0 SRVC record and the Lady Eagles ended 27-2 on the season with their only losses 64-38 against Carl Junction and 62-53 against Adrian in the Class 2, District 13 finals. Adrian’s season ended at 26-3 with a 68-56 sectional loss to Skyline, one of the teams in the Final Four.
All five Jasper starters earned all-conference honors: Lexi Royster, Anne-Marie Anibal and Morgan Winchester first team, and Brianna Cawyer and Elizabeth Maneval second. Additionally, head coach Kent Anderegg won coach of the year.

ALL-SPRING RIVER VALLEY CONFERENCE
BOYS
FIRST TEAM
Ben Schelle, Lockwood
Blake Jefferies, Jasper
Marcus Wright, Greenfield
Ian Burt, Pierce City
Carter Prewitt, Diamond
Jordan Butterfield, Miller
Matt Dugan, Liberal
Cade Holman, Lockwood
Luke Cummins, College Heights
Evan Burt, Pierce City

SECOND TEAM
Jake Byrnes, Lockwood
Jordan Fuller, College Heights
Michael Bray, Diamond
Tristan Long, Greenfield
Nick Adkins, Jasper
Cody St. John, Golden City
Levi Brown, Jasper
Logan Sparkman, Lockwood
Devon Middleton, Sarcoxie
Mason Moreland, Pierce City

Coach of the Year: Aaron Shockley, Lockwood
Player of the Year: Ben Schelle, Lockwood

FINAL STANDINGS
Team SRVC Overall
Lockwood 9-0 20-8
Greenfield 8-1 14-12
Pierce City 6-3 14-13
Jasper 6-3 15-10
Diamond 6-3 11-15
College Heights 4-5 14-13
Liberal 3-6 7-19
Miller 2-7 3-23
Sarcoxie 1-8 4-22
Golden City 0-9 0-24

GIRLS
FIRST TEAM
Lexie Royster, Jasper
Rylee Neill, Lockwood
Anne-Marie Anibal, Jasper
Jessica Estes, Miller
Abby Gann, Miller
Carson Chandler, Sarcoxie
Macie Seward, Diamond
Makayla Fry, Liberal
Morgan Winchester, Jasper
Katie Marshall, Greenfield

SECOND TEAM
Cassie Tubaugh, Golden City
Brianna Cawyer, Jasper
Marlee Lutt, College Heights
Belle Golubski, Pierce City
Moriah Coose, Lockwood
Lynna Hadlock, Miller
Carly Spencer, Liberal
Kirsten Eden, Diamond
Kelsi Eden, Diamond
Elizabeth Maneval, Jasper

FINAL STANDINGS
Team SRVC Overall
Jasper 9-0 27-2
Lockwood 7-2 19-8
Pierce City 7-2 15-12
Miller 6-3 18-11
Diamond 4-5 11-14
Sarcoxie 4-5 15-10
Golden City 3-6 14-12
Liberal 3-6 10-16
Greenfield 2-7 11-15
College Heights 0-9 2-23