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1994-95 ALL-VENTURA BOYS : Basketball Team

March 22, 1995

STEVE AYLSWORTH

Westlake, 6-0, Junior, Guard

Aylsworth was the player who made things happen for the Warriors. He led the team with 17.1 points and 4.4 assists per game and was Marmonte League co-MVP. He also as named to the coaches' all-county team.

ERIC CARLSEN

Royal, 6-5, Senior, Forward

Carlsen was a tough inside player who used his strength to help him to 9.4 rebounds a game, second-best in the league. He also scored 13.2 points a game for a team on which all five starters averaged 10 or more.

KEVIN COLLINS

Santa Clara, 6-4, Senior, Forward

Collins was the leading scorer and rebounder (11.7 points, 6.9 rebounds) on a team that finished tied for first in the Frontier League and extended a league winning streak to 91 games before losing to Santa Paula. He was the co-Frontier League Player of the Year.

MANUEL ESCAMILLA

Santa Paula, 6-1, Senior, Guard

Escamilla, a repeat selection, successfully made the transition from shooting to point guard, averaging 18 points and 4.8 assists in leading the Cardinals to a share of the Frontier League Championship. He was named Player of the Year by the Ventura County Coaches Association.

JOSH HILL

Camarillo, 6-6, Junior, Forward

In his first full season as a varsity starter, Hill led the Marmonte League in scoring (17.6) and finished third in rebounding (9.3). He shot 58% for the Scorpions and was second in the league with 30 blocked shots.

CENEKA SHAW

Buena, 6-5, Junior, Center

Shaw electrified crowds with his thunderous dunks. Against Dos Pueblos he grabbed a shot out of the air and reverse-dunked it. He averaged 14.4 points, 9.7 rebounds and 3.0 blocks a game for the Bulldogs.

DAN SWEENEY

Oxnard, 6-3, Junior, Guard/Forward

Sweeney averaged 11.4 points and 7.4 rebounds to lead a resurgent Oxnard team into the playoffs. The Yellowjackets hadn't had a winning record in 10 years. He was also an All-Channel League pick.

ANTHONY TAURIELLO

Simi Valley, 6-0, Senior, Guard

Starting the season just weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery, Tauriello led an inexperienced Pioneer team to a 20-6 record. He finished among the state leaders with 10 assists per game and averaged 12.1 points.

BEN TRYK

Santa Paula, 6-2, Senior, Guard

Tryk, a co-player of the year in the Frontier League, averaged 18 points a game during the regular season and helped the Cardinals advance to the Southern Section Division III-A quarterfinals. He scored 22 points in Santa Paula's 52-49 victory over Santa Clara.

SHAWN WILLIAMS

Oak Park, 6-3, Senior, Forward

Williams was an All-Tri-Valley League and a first-team Times All-Ventura County selection for the second consecutive year after leading the Eagles to a league championship and a 14-11 finish. Williams averaged team-high totals of 17 points, 5.4 steals and 4.4 assists.

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ALL-VENTURA COUNTY BOYS' SECOND TEAM

Name School Year Position Brent Bush Newbury Park Junior Guard Aaron Cropper Hueneme Senior Forward Charles Dixon Ventura Junior Guard Yusef Johnson Hueneme Senior Guard Mike Lauer Thousand Oaks Junior Guard Mike McKenzie Moorpark Senior Forward/Guard Joseph Molina St. Bonaventure Senior Guard Billy Miller Westlake Senior Forward Matt Smiley Westlake Senior Forward Damien Smith Santa Clara Senior Guard

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