Local talent was on display this basketball season as reflected in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference All-Star teams announced Thursday for both boys and the girls.
Gary Raupers of Elmira Notre Dame was named MVP in the Large School South division.
Filling out the rest of the first team, Nate Chorney (Edison), Gavin Judson (Waverly), Quartus Steika (Newark Valley), Scott Woodring (Waverly), Jason Jequinto (Waverly).
Kyle Coffin (Newark Valley), Kyreese Fisher (Notre Dame), Dayne Hughey (Watkins Glen), Ben Cook (Notre Dame), Matt Van (Houten Waverly) and Joe Chedzoy (Watkins Glen) took home second team honors.
For the small school south division, Quintel Clements (Newfield) took home most valuable player.
Connor Hutchinson (Tioga), Nathan Mack Spencer (Van-Etten), Greg Moravec (Newfield), Nick Klossner (Tioga) and Pierce Hendershot (Tioga) earned first team honors.
Curtis Harris (Odessa Montour), Steven Kern (Candor), Zach Elliott (Odessa Montour), and Noah Mack (Spencer Van-Etten) were named to the second team.
On the girls side, for the large school south division, Elle Nittinger of Waverly earned MVP honors.
Mary Foster (Notre Dame), Alex Tomasso (Waverly), Hannah Morse (Watkins Glen), Wendi Hammond (Waverly) and Clara Chedzoy (Watkins Glen) filled out the rest of the first team.
Taylor Kelly (Watkins Glen), Zoe Mennig (Waverly), Marissa Trudeau (Waverly), Courteney Crater (Notre Dame) and Makenna Nechwedowich (Newark Valley) took home second team honors.
In the Small School South divsion, Odessa-Montour's Olivia Gorver took home MVP honors.
Mackenzie Grube (Spencer-Van Etten), Ari Blaasch (Spencer-Van Etten), Shaylin Heidl (Candor), Nakiaha Robinson (Odessa-Montour) and Gillian Clark (Odessa-Montour) were named to the first team.
Madi Teribury (Tioga), Searra Allen (Candor), Katie Moravic (Newfield), Grace Manwaring (Tioga) and Daysha Rorick (Spencer-Van Etten) earned second team honors.