Goats place 2nd in Caribou Trail League

CHELAN - In Tony Callero's first season as head coach, the Chelan High School boys basketball finished the season 8-4 overall and in second place in the Caribou Trail League.

The team was ranked #9 in the Max Preps 1A State Rankings and has accepted an invitation to the "State Tournament '' in Bothell on June 30- July 2.
The Goats will compete against the other top 10 teams. Seeding will be announced next week but the Goats will be up against defending Class 1A state champion King’s (11-1 ), Seattle Academy (11-1), Freeman (11-0)  Toppenish (12-3), Life Christian (8-0) Lynden Christian (11-1) and host Cedar Park Christian (8-3). While not a WIAA sanctioned event, replica state trophies will be awarded to the top six teams.
The Goats will have one class of 2021 senior playing in the 1A State Tourney; 6-9 Cory Schramm who will be attending St. Martins University in Lacey WA, (NCAA Division II) next fall and be a "preferred walk-on" on the men's basketball team. Schramm was a regular starter and averaged  six point, seven rebounds and one block a game.
A talented group of juniors will also be making the trip: Decker Marlin, Hunter Shumway, Reed Stamps, Quinn McLaren, and Nate Harding. 
The 6-1 point guard, Harding, led the Goats in several areas: scoring-15 points per game; assists 4 per game and steals with one a game and he made 33 three-pointers in just 12 games. Harding was voted Most Valuable Teammate by his teammates. Harding was selected to the All-Caribou Trail League First Team.
Reed Stamps, a 6-6 junior, was second in scoring at 12 points a game and led the team in rebounding at nearly 10 boards a game. Stamps was selected to the  All-Caribou Trail League Honorable Mention Team  
Harding  shared the Most Valuable Teammate award with 6-5 sophomore Braiden Boyd. Boyd led the team in total field goal percentage (50%), dunks (3) was second in assists, blocks, and rebounds and scored 11 points a game. Boyd was selected to the All-Caribou Trail League Second Team.
Quinn McLaren, a 6-4 wing, was named the "Our Kinda Goat Coach's Award" at the end of the season for giving 100% effort, displaying sound fundamentals, and having a positive attitude all season long. McLaren was second in dunks with one but his post dunk celebration was unmatched.
Three freshmen 
earn varsity letters
Three freshmen earned varsity letters this season. Dylan Jay, started all 12 games, and averaged nearly nine points. Ryan Rainville who started three games and averaged three rebounds and four points and Isaac Wilson who shot 43% from the three point line and averaged almost 7 points a game. Jay was voted the team's Most Inspirational Player.

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