Boys basketball: Southeast All-Conference team

Spring Grove senior Caden Grinde is named the SEC Player of the Year.

Grinde named Player of the Year in the SEC
Spring Grove senior Caden Grinde (13) has been named the player of the year in the Southeast Conference for the 2021 season. (Joe Ahlquist /


First Team

Grand Meadow: Colt Landers, sr. Lyle/Pacelli: Cole Walter, sr., Jed Nelson, sr., Buay Koak, so. Randolph: Clay Nielsen, jr. Spring Grove: Caden Grinde, sr. Southland: Ethan Forthun, sr., Eli Wolff, jr.

Second Team

Grand Meadow: Taylor Glynn, jr. Lanesboro: John Prestemon, so. Lyle/Pacelli: Zach Bollingberg, sr. LeRoy-Ostrander: Tanner Olson, jr. Mabel-Canton: Cayden Tollefsrun, fr. Randolph: Devon Schultz, sr. Schaeffer Academy: Luke Bothun, sr. Spring Grove: Carson Gerard, jr. Southland: Dan Boe, sr.


Honorable Mention

Glenville-Emmons: Kyler Quimby, sr. Grand Meadow: Evan Oehlke, sr. Houston: Noah Kingsley, sr. Kingsland: Walker Erdman, jr. Lanesboro: Ryan Holmen, sr. Lyle/Pacelli: Sam Neisen, sr. LeRoy-Ostrander: Isaac Collier, sr. Mabel-Canton: Gavin Johnson, sr. Randolph: Tyson Cooreman, sr. Schaeffer Academy: Aidan Kluth, jr. Spring Grove: Elijah Solum, fr. Southland: Harrison Hanna, jr.

Player of the Year: Caden Grinde, Spring Grove.

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