Jack Simonds could be excused for thinking more about his team’s upcoming tournament game than being named a semifinalist for the Maine Mr. Basketball award.

“We’re focused on playing South Portland,” said Simonds, a Falmouth High senior. “The individual awards will take care of themselves.”

Simonds was one of the 10 semifinalists announced Wednesday. Ten semifinalists also were named for the Miss Basketball award, along with the teams for the McDonald’s High School Senior All-Star Games at Husson University in Bangor on March 14.

The Mr. and Miss Basketball awards go annually to the state’s top high school seniors. The Maine Association of Basketball Coaches selects the semifinalists. From there, members of separate selection committees for boys and girls vote for their top five choices among the semifinalists.

The top three vote-getters for each gender will be announced as finalists for the awards after the state tournaments. The winners will be announced at the Maine McDonald’s High School Senior All-Star Banquet on March 13 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Joining Simonds as boys’ semifinalists are Ben Malloy, Bonny Eagle; Kyle Johnson, Calais; Liam Stokes, Cony; Ian Mileikis and Lew Jensen, both of Edward Little; Kyle Bouchard, Houlton; Nick Mayo, Messalonksee; Eric Hoogterp, Old Town; and Justin Martin, Winslow.

The Miss Basketball semifinalists are Mary Butler and Cordelia Stewart, both of Bangor; Madison McVicar, Calais; Maria Valente, Gray-New Gloucester; Ashley Storey, Greely; Hannah Graham, Presque Isle; Ashley Briggs, Scarborough; Victoria Lux and Kaitlyn McCrum, both of Thornton Academy; and Mackenzie Worcester of Washburn.

Also announced were the East and West all-star teams for classes A/B boys and girls, C/D boys and girls, and the boys’ and girls’ regional foul-shooting champions.

The foul-shooting champs were Robbie Watson of Fort Fairfield, Logan Wood of Machias, Derek LeBlanc of Madison and Dan O’Brion of Cheverus; Mackenzie Worcester of Washburn, Lauren Raye of Washington Academy, Hannah Marks of Medomak Valley and Chloe Smedley of York.

In addition, the MABC announced its boys’ and girls all-state academic teams. The boys’ team is Ethan Murphy, Cape Elizabeth; Liam Stokes, Cony; Lew Jensen, Edward Little; Robbie Watson, Fort Fairfield; Galen Davis, George Stevens Academy; Noah Holmes, Houlton; Noah Caret and Trevor Gettig, both of Messalonskee; Derek Michaud, Poland; and Bobby Chenard, Winslow.

The girls: Anna Maxsimic, Brewer; Abby Jordan, Dexter; Michaela White, Dexter; Jessica Burton, Falmouth; Ashley Woodbury, Gorham; Paige Belanger and Abigail Weigang, both of Lawrence; Elizabeth D’Angelo, Maranacook; Mary Furlong, McAuley; and Alyssa Wood, Winslow.