Fonda-Fultonville had two players earn first-team honors on the recently announced Colonial Council boys and girls basketball all-star teams.
Senior Will Turner was named to the boys first team for FFCS, while junior Emily Parslow was named to the girls first team.
Turner averaged 17.9 points per game for the Braves, who finished the season with a 9-11 overall record.
Fonda-Fultonville’s Emily Parslow (4) dribbles around Voorheesville’s Stephany Keenan during a Colonial Council girls basketball game at Fonda-Fultonville High School on Feb. 11. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)
Fonda-Fultonville’s Will Turner (22) launches a jumper over Ichabod Crane’s Mike Ferrari during a Jan. 29 game at Fonda-Fultonville High School. Turner recently was named a first-team Colonial Council all-star. (The Leader-Herald/Shaun Anich)
FFCS lost in first round of the Class B tournament to Mekeel Christian.
Parslow averaged 20.1 points per game for the Lady Braves, who ended the season with a 14-6 overall record after losing in the Class B quarterfinals to Schalmont.
Cohoes' Brandon Laforest was named the boys Most Valuable Player, while Holy Names' De'Janaire Deas was named the girls MVP.
Joining Turner on the boys first team were Voorheesville's Noah Crawford, Watervliet's Ty'Jon Gilmore, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk's David Warnken and Lansingburgh's Darnell Sutton.
Mechanicville had Logan Polsinello and Mike Canizzo named second-team all-stars.
Also earning second-team honors were Cohoes' Shelton Alston, Voorheesville's Logan Hotaling and Lansingburgh's Dante Carr.
Earning third-team honors were Schalmont's Zac O'Dell, Cobleskill-Richmondville's Keenan Loder, Voorheesville's Dylan Hensel, Ichabod Crane's Seth Scarano and Schalmont's Lucas Curtin.
Joining Parslow on the girls first team were Deas, Schalmont's Hailee Metzold, Watervliet's Teagan Clough and Ichabod Crane's Ashley Harwood.
The second team included Albany Academy's Emily Padalino, Watervliet's Brittanie Clickner, Cohoes' Isabella Vanelli, Mechanicville's Courtney Pingelski and Cohoes' Abby Fitzgerald.
Earning third-team honors were Holy Names' Lydia Williams, Ichabod Crane's Paige Neimeyer, Watervliet's Kornelia Sziller, Schalmont's Ryanne Olsen and Lansingburgh's Gessica Patregani.
2013-14 Colonial Council Basketball All-Stars
MVP: Brandon Laforest (Cohoes)
Noah Crawford (Voorheesville), Will Turner (Fonda-Fultonville), Ty'Jon Gilmore (Watervliet), David Warnken (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk), Darnell Sutton (Lansingburgh)
Logan Polsinello (Mechanicville), Shelton Alston (Cohoes), Logan Hotaling (Voorheesville), Mike Canizzo (Mechanicville), Dante Carr (Lansingburgh)
Zac O'Dell (Schalmont), Keenan Loder (Cobleskill-Richmondville), Dylan Hensel (Voorheesville), Seth Scarano (Ichabod Crane), Lucas Curtin (Schalmont)
MVP: De'Janaire Deas (Holy Names)
De'Janaire Deas (Holy Names), Emily Parslow (Fonda-Fultonville), Hailee Metzold (Schalmont), Teagan Clough (Watervliet), Ashley Harwood (Ichabod Crane)
Emily Padalino (Albany Academy for Girls), Brittanie Clickner (Watervliet), Isabella Vanelli (Cohoes), Courtney Pingelski (Mechanicville), Abby Fitzgerald (Cohoes)
Lydia Williams (Holy Names), Paige Neimeyer (Ichabod Crane), Kornelia Sziller (Watervliet), Ryanne Olsen (Schalmont), Gessica Patregani (Lansingburgh)