Matthew Kahny, Landon Elwer and Nolan Schwinnen of St. John’s earned all-conference honors for the 2020-21 boys basketball season. (DHI Media/Joe Dray)
Matthew Kahny, Landon Elwer and Nolan Schwinnen of St. John’s earned all-conference honors for the 2020-21 boys basketball season. (DHI Media/Joe Dray)

DELPHOS — Matthew Kahny, Landon Elwer and Nolan Schwinnen of St. John’s earned all-conference honors for the 2020-21 boys basketball season. The Blue Jays finished the year with a record of 6-15, 0-9 MAC.

Minster’s Justin Nixon was selected as MAC Player of the year. He averaged 15.4 points per game and led the league in rebounds with 212. He also was first in the conference blocked shots with 49. Michael McClurg was awarded Coach of the year after leading Minster to a conference championship, going a perfect 9-0.

Kahny earned second-team honors along with Elwer. Kahny averaged 10.2 points per game and led the Blue Jays with 95 rebounds. He also shot 30-of-65 from behind the 3-point line for 46.1 percent. Elwer put up 9.4 points per game for the Jays and shot 41.5 percent from the field.

Nolan Schwinnen was selected for Honorable Mention after leading St. John’s in scoring with with 228 points/10.9 per game.

First Team:

Ethan Post (Coldwater), Brian Bihn (Ft. Recovery), Owen Jutte (Ft. Recovery), Alex Eyink (Marion Local), Bryan Falk (Minster), Justin Nixon (Minster), Reece Busse (New Bremen), Dylan Hughes (Parkway), Caden Slusher (Parkway), Bennett Gels (St. Henry), Logan Lefeld (St. Henry), Jaydon Litten (Versailles)

Second Team:

Myles Blasingame (Coldwater), Cale Rammel (Ft. Recovery), Charles Huelsman (Marion Local), Johnny Nixon (Minster), Eric Schmidt (Mister), Carson Bierlein (New Knoxville), Patrick Covert (St. Henry), Landon Elwer (St. John’s), Matthew Kahny (St. John’s) Connor Stonebraker (Versailles)

Honorable Mention:

Zach McKibben (Coldwater), Carson Muhlenkamp (Coldwater), Derek Jutte (Ft. Recovery), Brady Ronnebaum (Marion Local), Brady Hoelscher (Minster), Mitchell Hays (New Breman), David Homan (New Bremen), Sammy Anspach (New Knoxville), Casey Bruening (St. Henry), Jaden Lange (St. Henry), Nolan Schwinnen (St. John’s), Jared DeMange (Versailles), Eli McEldowney (Versailles)