IMS grabbed four spots on the All-Conference list, while taking two honorable mentions as well.
Cameron Gingerich and Peyton Thompson both were the first team members for IMS. Gingerich had 392 points on the year while shooting 66 percent from the floor. He combined that with 102 rebounds, 84 assists and 43 steals.
Gingerich talked with KCII about how it felt to go from honorable mention two years ago to first team member now.
“It’s pretty cool I guess, my sophomore year I got honorable mention, and last year, my Junior year I got second team, and this year I got first team, so it is just pretty cool to see that I moved up each year,” Gingerich said.
Thompson was the other first team member with a team leading 468 points. Thompson shot 49 percent from the field, 40 percent from behind the arc and 78 percent from the free throw line.
On second team for IMS Dallas Nye was picked for his 319 points on the year and team leading 184 rebounds, along with 85 assists, 32 steals and 62 blocks.
The other second team member was Reggie Hostetler with 196 points, 133 rebounds, 65 assists and 42 steals.
Honorable mentions for IMS were Justin Boller and Eli Gingerich.
IMS finished the season with three loses to just Lone Tree twice and North Tama in the sub-state final.