By Rick Peterson

Rossville's Jack Donovan and Silver Lake's Dayne Johnson, who helped their teams post breakout 2023-2024 seasons, have been named to the All-Mid-East League boys basketball team.

JackDonovan 1Rossville sophomore Jack Donovan has been named to the All-Mid-East League first team after helping lead the Bulldawgs to a 15-7 record. [File photo/TSN]

DayneJohnsonRC 1Silver Lake sophomore Dayne Johnson has been named to the All-Mid-East League boys basketball first team. [File photo/TSN]

Donovan, a 5-foot-11 sophomore, helped lead Rossville to a 15-7 season this winter while Johnson, a 6-2 sophomore, helped lead Silver Lake to a 14-8 campaign.

Donovan and Johnson are joined on the All-Mid-East first team by Rock Creek's Coley Burgess (6-0 junior) and Brady Schneider (6-3 senior) and St. Marys' Brady Hurla (6-0 junior).

Silver Lake's Elijah Jopez (6-4 senior) and Rossville's Cameron Miller (6-5 sophomore) earned spots on the all-league second team while Rossville's Kameron Badura (6-3 junior) received honorable mention.


First team

Cole Burgess, 6-0 jr., Rock Creek; Jack Donovan, 5-11 so., Rossville; Brady Hurla, 6-0 jr., St. Marys; Dayne Johnson, 6-2 so., Silver Lake; Brady Schneider, 6-3 sr., Rock Creek.

Second team

Brody Deiter, 5-11 jr., Silver Lake; Ben DeVader, 5-9 so., St. Marys; Eli Harmison, 6-1 jr., Riley County; Elijah Lopez, 6-4 sr., Silver Lake; Cameron Miller, 6-5 so., Rossville

Honorable mention

Kameron Badura, 6-3 jr., Rossville; Zach Frank, 5-10 so., Wabaunsee; Daegan Vinduska, 6-4 sr., Rock Creek.


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