Following their perfect run to a state title last month, the Lakeside boys basketball team collected four more accolades with the recent announcement of All-Idaho teams.
Junior guard Kenyon Spotted Horse was named the 1AD2 boys Player of the Year.
Kenyon, who averaged 15.2 points, six rebounds, 3.7 steals and 3.5 assists to lead the Knights to their 24-0 record, is the son of Kristen Lowley and the late Josh Spotted Horse.
Lakeside Head Coach, James Twoteeth, was named the 1AD2 Coach of the Year. Coach Twoteeth led the Knights to their second state title in program history, and in the past three seasons has amassed a 47-17 record as head coach.
Lakeside senior guard Talon Twoteeth made the All Idaho 1AD2 first team. Talon led the Knights in scoring in eight games this season, tied with Kenyon for the most on the team. He averaged 14.6 points per contest, along with nearly two steals per game. Talon scored 24 points, matching his season high, for the Knights March 6 in a state semifinal win over Dietrich. He is the son of James Twoteeth and Heidi Howard.
Lakeside junior post Day Day Higgins was named to the 1AD2 second team. Day Day blocked around two shots per game while averaging 14 points and eight rebounds. He led the Knights in scoring through six games in 2019-20, putting up his season high Jan. 24 as he recorded 27 points in a win over Immaculate Conception. Day Day is the son of Nicole and Tex Higgins.
St. Maries, which finished third place in the 2A classification last month, earned two spots on All State teams.
Eli Gibson and Brett Stancil, both junior guards, made the 2A All State second team.
Eli, the Central Idaho League MVP, averaged nine points per contest and helped the Lumberjacks to a 19-6 record and fourth state trophy in six seasons. He is the son of Kriss and Andy Gibson.
Brett led St. Maries in three-point field goals this season and averaged nearly 10 points per game at the 2A state tournament. He is the son of Brook and Greg Stancil.