MADISON, NY - Six student-athletes at Madison Central School have been selected to the 2022-23 Central Counties League All-Star teams. The honors were announced by MCS Athletic Director Mike Lee on Friday, March 3rd.
Headlining the awards for Madison was a sweep of Most Valuable Player honors for the Blue Devils.
Junior Camryn Parmon was named the Most Valuable Player in girls’ basketball. On a team roster consisting of primarily guards, Parmon brought a consistent presence to the Blue Devils’ frontcourt. She averaged a league-best 10.7 points per game while being the CCL’s leading rebounder and piling up an impressive 51 blocked shots. She led all Section III juniors in blocked shots this season.
Senior Ethan Rivers was named the league’s Most Valuable Player in boys’ basketball. He ranked second in Section III Class D this season at 26.3 points per game, and became the eleventh Blue Devil basketball player in either varsity program to reach 1,000 career points during the season. He is one of just 20 players to record 100 or more assists this season in Section III boys’ basketball. He led Madison to the Central Counties League title and a spot in the Section III Class D Semifinals.
Two first team selections were an additional highlight for the Blue Devils basketball programs.
Junior Mackenzie Cotter averaged 6.6 points per game to rank in the top ten among all scorers in the CCL. Her 43 steals tied for third in the Central Counties League.
Senior Anthony Dodge averaged 12.8 points per game and was the league’s leading rebounder on his way to a first team nod.
Sophomore Jacob Burns was the lone second team pick for Madison. Burns averaged 15.6 points per game to rank sixth in the Central Counties League.
Junior Cameryn Stanfield was an honorable mention all-star selection for the Madison girls. She was sixth in the Central Counties League with 75 rebounds, and was also one of the league’s top free throw shooters.