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2013-14 Montana all-state boys' basketball teams

The following is a full list of Montana all-state boys’ basketball teams as released following the 2013-14 season.

The list will be updated as new information is provided.

A compilation of all-conference teams for western Montana can be found here.

Class AA

Western AA  –  Tres Tinkle, jr., Missoula Hellgate; Carson Dummer, sr., Helena Capital; Evan Epperly, sr., Kalispell Glacier; Kyle Harrington, sr., Helena Capital; Hunter Beto, sr., Helena Capital.

Eastern AA – Kendal Manuel, jr., Billings Skyview; Oliver Carr, sr., Bozeman; Jayse McLean, sr., Great Falls CMR; Jared Samuelson, jr., Billings West; Brendan Howard, fr., Great Falls.

Class A

Northwestern A – Jared Trinastich, sr., Columbia Falls; John Chapman, sr., Frenchtown; Jared Winslow, sr., Libby.

Southwestern A – Troy Scott, sr., Dillon; Jared Schultz, sr., Stevensville; Nate Bolstad, sr., Butte Central.

Central A – Shiloh Christopher, sr., Belgrade; George Hall, sr., Browning; Dane Warp, so., Havre.

Eastern A – Oliver Wallace, Hardin; Evan Jones, Laurel; Bryden Boehning, Glendive.

Class B

District 1B – Wyatt Pannabecker, sr., Choteau; Morgan Schenk, sr., Fairfield; Tyler White, jr., Shelby.

District 2B – Chase Fossum, jr., Glasgow; Zach Handley, sr., Malta; Lane Herbert, sr., Glasgow; Keil Krumwiede, jr., Glasgow.

District 3B – Luke Schwagler, sr., Forsyth; Torilee Poitra, sr., Lame Deer; Jordan Walker, sr., Baker.

District 4B – Michael Harris, sr., Huntley Project; Brock Beede, sr., Joliet; Phillip Holten, sr., Columbus; Kade Osborne, jr., Columbus.

District 5B – Cole Groshens, Big Timber, sr.; Brent Finn, Big Timber, so.; Cole Woodland, Jefferson, sr.

District 6B – JJ Anderson, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Stuart Grant, sr., St. Ignatius; Ryan Mangun, sr., Florence.

District 7B – Christian Evans, sr., Bigfork; Josh Sandry, jr., Bigfork, Gabe Hickman, sr., Troy; Isaac Martel, jr., Bigfork.

Class C

Western C

District 11/12-C – Lane Lahaye, sr., Shields Valley; Connor Sullivan, sr., Ennis; Walker McKitrick, jr., Ennis; Conner VanDyken, jr., Manhattan Christian.

District 13-C – Kevin Oberweiser, sr., Drummond; Danny Mannix, jr., Drummond; Joe Caicedo, jr., Darby; Christian Cahoon, sr., Seeley-Swan; Tylen Dial, sr., Seeley-Swan.

District 14-C – Josh Reed, sr., Arlee; Clint Voll, sr., Superior; Jarrod Tippens, sr., Superior.

Northern C – Ty Martin, Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Kash Perry, Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Darren Malek, Highwood; Parker McCafferty, Belt; Gabe Gaudreau, Great Falls Central; Koltin Haugrose, Belt; Randall Guardipee, Box Elder; Brandon The Boy, Box Elder; Zach Molyneaux, Chinook; Clayton Morsette Jr., Box Elder; Tarren Lee, Power; Zeb Bloom, Simms; Justin May, Chester-Joplin-Inverness.

Southern C – Jacob Bakken, Wibaux; Josh Stickel, Terry; Brayden Wacker, Melstone; Chase Bertelsen, Wibaux; James Riley, Broadus; Taylor Bienvenue, jr., Broadview-Lavina; Michael Falls Down, sr., Plenty Coups; Kenny Hooper, sr., Harlowton-Ryegate; Mason Moe, jr., Park City; Ian Glennie, sr., Broadview-Lavina.

Eastern C – Monte Cayko, jr., Fairview; Cooper Olson, jr., Westby-Grenora; Michael Azure, jr., Culbertson; Bryce Loudon, jr., Circle; Ryan Kasten, sr., Circle; Austin Neufeld, sr., Lustre Christian; Dallas Capdeville, jr., Hinsdale; Daniel Horseman, jr., Frazer.

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