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All-League Boys' Basketball teams

March 24, 2012

Davis highlights OCL

Estancia High senior center Rashad Davis and junior teammate Ben Beck, along with Costa Mesa senior guards Nick Dawson and Jordan Walden each made the first-team All-Orange Coast League in boys' basketball.

Davis and Beck led the Eagles (17-12, 7-3 in league) to a runner-up finish in league and the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3A playoffs.

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Dawson and Walden helped the Mustangs to their most wins (19) in a season in the program's history. Costa Mesa (19-10, 6-4) placed third in league and reached the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division 4A playoffs.

Davis, who is 6-foot-7, averaged 16.2 points, 14.6 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game. He recorded a double-double in 22 games and shot 63% from the floor.

Beck averaged 10 points per game. He hit a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer in the Eagles' 33-32 win against rival Costa Mesa in the regular-season finale, which clinched second place in league.

Dawson averaged 8.6 points, 4.4 rebounds, three assists and 2.2 steals per game for Costa Mesa. He sparked the Mustangs in a league playoff game against Godinez, scoring eight straight points to lift his team to a win and the league's third playoff berth.

Walden averaged 8.8 points and two steals per game. He was one of the top defensive players in the area.

Estancia senior forward Chad Fackler and Costa Mesa senior guard Nick Hefner each received second-team all-league honors.

Laguna Beach's Jake Dalke and Cole Kesler shared the Orange Coast League MVP.

— From staff reports

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Duo on first team

Corona del Mar High senior forward Andrew McCormack and senior guard Jake McCloskey were each named to the first-team All-Pacific Coast League in boys' basketball after leading the Sea Kings to a runner-up finish in league and the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 3A playoffs.

McCormack, the heart and soul of the Sea Kings, helped CdM (17-11, 7-3 in league) reach the quarterfinals for the third straight season under Coach Ryan Schachter.

McCloskey, a transfer from Edison High, averaged 14 points per game. He led the Sea Kings in scoring in the first two rounds of the playoffs.

CdM sophomore point guard Jeff Johnston earned second-team honors.

Woodbridge's Ali Lodi was the PCL MVP.

— From staff reports

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Williamson shines

Sage Hill School sophomore guard Jack Williamson made the second-team All-Academy League in boys' basketball.

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