Five Swedes earn all-conference honors
Five Gothenburg basketball players have earned post-season honors from coaches of the seven Southwest Conference schools.
All-conference selections were made during a meeting of winter coaches on March 14.
Minden, winner of both the Southwest Conference boys and girls tournaments, dominated both teams earning eight nominations overall.
For the Swedes, junior post player Logan Koehler earned a spot on the boys first team.
Koehler set a school record this season for most blocked shots in a season and most blocks in a career. He recorded 57 blocks this winter for a career total of 95.
Koehler, the team’s leading scorer with 284 points, was also named to the Lincoln Journal-Star’s Class C-1 all-state honorable mention.
All-SWC second team selection Korey Ahlenstorf led the Swedes in rebounds with 195 and assists at 82. The senior post was also named to the all-conference second team his junior year.
Senior guard Brett Dockweiler rounds out the Swede honors as a member of the all-conference third team.
Dockweiler scored 210 points, 153 of which came from a school record 51 three-pointers. He also finished his career making 84% of his free throws for another school record.
On the girls side, junior point guard Brittyn Munster was named to the all-conference second team.
Munster led the team in scoring with 189 points, 84 of which came from her 28 three-point shots made this year. Those 28 three-pointers land her fifth on the school’s all-time list.
She also led the team in free throw percentage making 73% and she had a team-high 41 steals.
Munster earned a spot on the Journal-Star’s all-state honorable mention for Class C-1, as well.
Fellow junior Jacey Wiggins earned all-SWC honors on the girls third team.
Wiggins was the second leading scorer for Gothenburg with 179 points while topping the team with 25 assists.
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