FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Click on the VIDEO tab to your left to see tonight'sMcDonald's All-American presentation with Deshaun Thomas along withgame highlights of Luers-Canterbury andElmhurst-Concordia.
Deshaun Thomas of Bishop Luers has been named to the McDonald'sAll-American team, becoming just the third player from Fort Wayneto earn the honor.
Thomas is preceeded by Harding's Jim Master (1980) and SouthSide's John Flowers (1981).
Thomas will play in the McDonald's All-American game scheduledfor March 31 in Columbus, Ohio.
Thomas is averaging 33 points a game to lead the state ofIndiana. He's under 300 points away from breaking Damon Bailey'sstate record for career points (3,134).
Thomas was honored before the game by McDonald'srepresentatives. He then went on to score a game-high 26 points asLuers topped Canterbury on senior night, 89-62.
Elsewhere on Thursday Elmhurst saw it's chance to clinch it'sfirst SAC boys title outright slip away at the hands of Concordia,62-59. The Cadets finish conference play at 7-2 while Harding is6-2. The Hawks have the head-to-head edge over Concordia. Hardingstill has to play South Side.
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL- THURSDAY SCORES
BBB: BELLMONT 31 DEKALB 55
BBB: CENTRAL NOBLE 42 LAKELAND 55
BBB: FAIRFIELD 64 FREMONT 69
BBB: EAST NOBLE 63 NEW HAVEN 70; MILLER (NHHS): 35 POINTS
BBB: CANTERBURY 62 BISHOP LUERS 89; DESHAUN THOMAS NAMEDMCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICAN
BBB: BISHOP DWENGER 71 NORTH SIDE 59; KOHNE (BDHS): 25 POINTS
BBB: ELMHURST 59 CONCORDIA 62
BBB: SNIDER 66 BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 68; BYRD (BCHS): 26 POINTS
BBB: WAYNE 69 SOUTH SIDE 60
BBB: HARDING 64 NORTHROP 59; WARREN (HHS): 24 POINTS
BBB: NORTH MIAMI 63 TIPPECANOE VALLEY 52
BBB: PLYMOUTH 65 WARSAW 74
BBB: WABASH 17 ROCHESTER 67
BBB: WESTVIEW 54 PRAIRIE HEIGHTS 41
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