2013 CBN Twin Cities All-Metro Second Team
Riley Dearring headlines the All-Metro second team
Riley Dearring headlines the All-Metro second team

Posted Mar 6, 2013


The College Basketball News' Twin Cities All-Metro team, like the first team, has three juniors and two seniors. The players have led their teams to two number one section seeds and three second seeds. The following is a look at the second team selections.

SECOND TEAM
J.P. Macura
The Lakeville North junior barely played varsity last year on a senior–dominated team that finished as the Class AAAA runner-up last season. However, he made up for lost time as he led the Panthers to a 20-6 and a second place finish in the South Suburban Conference. Macura led the conference in scoring and was fifth in the Metro area with 25.6 points per game. He scored in double figures in all 26 games and had twelve games of 30 or more points and seven more contests of 20 or more points. Macura, who has unlimited shooting range, has helped lead the Panthers to the top seed in Section 1AAAA.

Riley Dearring
The Wisconsin signee averaged 19.2 points per game as he helped lead the Skippers to a 20-5 mark and a second place finish in the ultra-competitive Lake Conference. He missed time with a hand injury, but still scored in double figures in 16 of 17 games, including a season-high 30 points versus Eden Prairie.

Jon Sobaski
The junior point guard averaged 17.8 points per game as he paced the Lakers to a 19-7 mark and a third place finish in the South Suburban Conference. He scored in double figures in 23 of 25 games, including a season-high 45 points versus Bloomington Kennedy.

Ian Theisen
The junior center averaged 17.5 points per game as he helped lead the defending Class AAAA champions to a 23-3 mark and a second place finish in the Northwest Suburban Conference. He went over 1,000 points in his career earlier this season. Theisen got off to a slow start, scoring just eight points in the first two games of the season. However, he has scored in double figures in every game since and had a season-high 31 points versus Andover.

Reggie Lynch
The Illinois State recruit is perhaps the state’s top shotblocker. He helped Edina bounce back from a 0-4 start as they won 20 of their last 23 games. Lynch is averaging 14.2 points per game. He has shined down the stretch as he is averaged 17.3 points in their eight conference games.


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