M.E.I. Basketball - Ed Suderman - 1961- 1963

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2nd All Star Team

Brent Watson - 1st all star and M.V .P. in 1960 and 1961. Led Magee to championship in '61. Strong all-round player: offence, defence and rebounding. Probably the best forward ever at driving the baseline. tremendous scoring ability.

George Heidebrecht - 1st all star and M.V.P. in 1964. Unsung member of the 1963 championship team. Had an outstanding 1964 tournament highlighted by his 34 point performance against Prince Rupert in the semi-final game. Great determination illustrated by his strong rebounding. Most prolific scorer of all performers. All time scoring leader.

Bob Burrows - 1st all star and M.V.P. in 1965. Unfortunately injured for 1964 event. A "big" guard who was strong, quick, and a fine shooter. Could play any position. Fine passer and great one on one. When playing guard was too big and strong to defense with a little man and too quick to defense with a taller man.

Neil Williscroft- 1st all star in 1962 and 63, and M.V.P. in 1962. Led College to the finals in 1962. Good shooter, strong rebounder. Very quick for big man. Flat shot. When he wanted to be - as good as any. Best of all College performers over the years.

Jim Chapman - 1st all star 1967 and 1968. Led team to .finals both years. One of the finest passing guards in tournament history. Good ability to set the tempo of the game. Floor general. Very confident performer. Great clutch player.

3rd All Star Team

Brian McKenzie - 1st all star team in 1965 and '66. M.V.P. in 1966. Led Bays to the finals in 1966. Very poised and confident. Always seemed to be in the right place at the right time. Soft shooting touch.

Ken Winslade- 1st all star 1956. Underrated performer of the strong '56 championship team. Outstanding shooting and passing guard who provided the team control. Good leader. One of smoothest tournament guards. Very quick.

Darrell Lorimer - 1st all star 1959. Very effective centre with great moves from the post. Hub of the attack. Excellent fake and drive. Good rebounder and strong on defence. A real "Andrews" player.

Dick Kennedy- 1st all star in 1946 and 1947. Would have been an all star in 1945 if the trial tournament had counted. Could do everything well. Quick, fast guard who was a great outside shooter. Tough defensively and fine clutch performer. Once scored 28 of his team's 32 points.

Don Krego - 1st all star and M.V.P. 1956. 2nd all star in 1955. Played centre on championship teams of 1955 and 1956. Tall, strong rebounder who could shoot well from outside. A dominant figure on the court.

Honorable Mention

Bill Robinson Chemanius Garry Panton Alberni
Don Burrows Oak Bay Bob Lasko Van College
Don Steen Burnaby South Bob Ramsey Burnaby South
Dave Coutu North Delta Dave Black Victoria
Tom Holmes Oak Bay Jim Kardash N. Vancouver
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