Thornton Academy’s Quinn Richardson-Newton and Sanford’s Evyn Nolette were two of six players named to the SMAA first-team in a list of the league’s all-star teams released Tuesday.

The pair were joined on the first team by three players from league champions Portland ”“ Matt Talbot, Jayvon Pitts-Young and Justin Zukowski ”“ as well as Bonny Eagle’s Dustin Cole, who was also named the SMAA MVP after leading the league in points and assists this season.

Richardson-Newton, a versatile 6-foot-4-inch senior guard, was fourth in the league with 17 points a game. Richardson-Newton also led the Trojans with 6.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.8 steals a game.

Nolette, a senior points guard, averaged 14.6 points ”“ 3.3 3-pointers ”“ a game, as well as 6.1 assists a contest, second only to Cole. Nolette also led the Spartans in steals (2.2 a game) and free-throw shooting with a 74.7 percent mark from the line.

Nolette’s teammate John Morgan was named to the second team with Noble’s Brady Dodge, Deering’s Ahmed Ali, Cheverus’ Zordan Holman, Bonny Eagle’s Ben Malloy and Scarborough’s Matt Hartl. Morgan was third in the league in scoring with 17.8 points a game, and was second on the team in averaging 5.4 boards a contest.

Thornton Academy’s Kevin Barrett was named to the third team with Gorham’s Sam Kilborn, Windham’s Markus D’Andrea, Noble’s Grayson Waterman and Marshwood’s Brady Innes, while Massabesic’s Cale Thornton was one of 11 players on the honorable mention list.

In addition to the all-star teams, Reuben Moses was named the recipient of the Gary Randall Award, while Biddeford won the team sportsmanship award. Sanford’s Paul Nolette was also a co-recipient of the Dave Allen Coach of the Year award, sharing the honor with Portland’s Joe Russo.

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