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Senior Boys Basketball Awards: Point Guard Finalists

03/12/2024, 12:45pm CDT
By Mark Miller

Wisconsin Sports Network is proud to showcase the WSN Senior Basketball Awards. The finalists for the top senior point guard players have been selected. The winner will be announced the week after the state tournament. 

Dupree Fletcher Jr., 6-0, PG, Carmen Northwest 
Fletcher had some huge performances this winter against some big-time competition. He opened the campaign with 34 points in a loss to highly touted Saint Thomas More. He then had 33 in a win over Milwaukee Academy of Science. He had 39 in a loss to Big Eight Conference winner Sun Prairie West, and 38 in a win over City Gold champion Milwaukee Hamilton. Fletcher might have been at his best in a regional final, scoring 39 points and drilling six triples in a win at Dominican. The Grambling State recruit averaged 28.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.2 assists while playing for his father and coach, Dupree Fletcher Sr.

Nick Janowski, 6-3, PG, Pewaukee
Few players in Wisconsin can make shots like Janowski, a key member of three WIAA Division 2 state-title teams at Pewaukee. His step-back three-point shot often finds nothing but net and is a thing of beauty for Pewaukee faithful. He has produced at a very high level for four years under coach David Burkemper, scoring a whopping 2,253 points. He is averaging 31.4 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.1 assists this season. He will play college basketball at Nebraska.

Jaquan Johnson, 5-11, PG, Pius XI Catholic
A scoring lead guard who uses his physical strength, skill and supreme confidence to get into the lane and create for himself and others, Johnson is a two-time first-team all-league performer in the Woodland West Conference, a league that includes the likes of Nick Janowski of Pewaukee and Kon Knueppel of Wisconsin Lutheran. He averaged 32.3 points, 7.6 rebounds and 8.9 assists while helping Pius XI Catholic to a 17-9 record. Johnson will play college basketball at Bradley University.

Eric Kenesie, 6-1, PG, Kenosha St. Joseph
Likely no other player in Wisconsin has dribbled the ball more this winter than Kenesie, who is a magician with the ball in his hands and the catalyst behind the Lancers' slow-down, make-the-defense work offense. Despite double teams and full-court pressure, Kenesie managed to average 24.7 points, 4.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.1 steals while helping the Lancers win a sectional title for the second year in a row. Kenesie, who set a WIAA State Tournament last March with 51 points in a state-semifinal win over Saint Mary Catholic, remains undecided about where he will play college basketball.

Drew Tomashek, 6-2, PG, Ashwaubenon
A unanimous first-team all-Fox River Classic Conference pick, Tomashek guided Ashwaubenon to a runner-up finish in the league standings behind De Pere. His basketball IQ and ability to score or distribute helped the Jaguars to a 23-5 record and a spot in the sectional finals. He averaged 19.1 points, 3.1 rebounds and 5.3 assists while playing for his father and coach, Mark Tomashek. Drew Tomashek will play college basketball at NCAA Division III La Crosse.

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