CAMP GEORGE, South Korea — Seoul American’s Nino Etienne has been selected to the All-Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference boys basketball team for the second straight year.
The senior forward averaged 24 points and 16 rebounds this season, leading the Falcons to a 37-6 record, the KAIAC league championship and a Class AA Far East Tournament title last week at Seoul American, where Etienne earned MVP honors.
Seoul American coach Steve Boyd, who captured his first Class AA crown in 10 seasons in the Far East, was named the league’s Coach of the Year.
Etienne is one of four players named to the All-KAIAC team for the second time, joining junior forwards A.J. Scott and Steve Davis, who propelled Osan American to its first Class A Far East Tournament title, and Seoul Foreign junior Paul Rader.
Other players named to the All-KAIAC team were:
• Seoul American: Luis Feliciano.• Osan American: Jon Piekarczyk.• Seoul International: Alex Rhie.• Taegu American: Kenny Randle.• Pusan American: Moses Joh, James Edwards.• Taejon Christian International: Jeremiah Sloan, Shun Hao Chang.• International Christian-Uijongbu: Terrence McDuffie.• International Christian-Seoul: Brian Kwak.
The KAIAC All-Conference girls team will be announced next week.