Mars senior Robby Carmody was the lone Western Pennsylvania player to earn a spot on the USA Today’s “All-Pennsylvania” boys basketball team, which was announced Monday.
The Notre Dame recruit earned first-team honors with after averaging more than 31 points and 14 rebounds per game this season. Carmody helped lead Mars to the state championship game. Mars went 25-5, winning the WPIAL 5A title and finishing runner-up in the state. Cam Reddish, a 6-foot-8 Duke recruit, from Westtown high school was named Pennsylvania Player of the Year.
Carmody averaged 31.1 points, 14.1 rebounds, 4.3 steals and 1.6 blocks for Mars (25-5), which won the WPIAL Class 5A title and was PIAA runner-up.
Philadelphia Roman Catholic’s Matt Griffin was named as the state’s top coach.
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