Eight Student Athletes Picked for 23-24 CCL Hoops All-Stars

Eight Student Athletes Picked for 23-24 CCL Hoops All-Stars

MADISON, NY - The Madison Central School District is pleased to announce that eight Blue Devil student-athletes have been selected to the 2023-24 Central Counties League Basketball All-Star Teams. The honors were recently released by the league following surveys of the league’s coaches.

The Madison girls’ basketball program received five selections on this year’s list, while the boys’ basketball team notched three selections. Both squads advanced to the Section III Quarterfinals this season. The girls’ program won the Central Counties League championship and finished with a final overall record of 13-9. The boys’ program achieved a final overall record of 12-10 and landed in third place in the Central Counties League.

Headlining Madison’s honorees was senior Camryn Parmon, who was voted the CCL’s Most Valuable Player in girls’ basketball. Parmon averaged 10.1 points per game and is seventh among all Section III players through the end of Sectional Tournament play with 242 rebounds. She logged ten double-double performances this season, and scored in double figures fourteen times. Through March 5th, her 71 blocked shots rank third among all Section III performers. She also received first team honors. 

Joining Parmon on the girls’ first team was senior classmate Mackenzie Cotter. Cotter averaged 7 points per game to rank sixth in the league, and was also second among CCL performers with 56 steals. She ranked fourth in the league in field goal percentage. 

The boys’ squad was led by first team selection Jacob Burns. The dynamic junior guard averaged 15 points per game to set the pace for the Blue Devils and stand third in the Central Counties League in scoring average, and his 90 total assists led the league this year.

The Blue Devil programs secured a total of four second team selections with two from each squad.

For the Madison girls, seniors McKenzie LaMunion and Lauren Zehr were named to the second team. LaMunion averaged 5.3 points per game and shot over 30 percent from the field. Her 136 rebounds ranked fifth in the CCL. Zehr’s 27 assists were good for third in the CCL, and she was fifth in the league in steals. She demonstrated tremendous versatility with 4.7 points per game and 87 total rebounds.

For the MCS boys, second team honors went to the frontcourt tandem of senior Malloy Brouillette and sophomore Justin LaMunion. Brouillette logged five double-doubles en route to an average of 8.9 points per game and 177 rebounds. LaMunion averaged 9.7 points per game and hauled in 137 rebounds. He finished the season with 39 blocked shots.

Finally, senior Cameryn Stanfield was picked as an honorable mention all-star in girls’ basketball. Stanfield was a terrific rebounding guard with 73 rebounds and she produced 54 steals to rank fourth in the Central Counties League. Stanfield averaged 5.0 points per game and came up huge in the postseason with a career-high 16 points in the team’s first round game against Stockbridge Valley.