Quayle, Webb all- state for WolverinesMar 14, 2013 By Craig Blumenshine, Staff Writer
Riverton Wolverine seniors Seth Quayle and Xavier Webb have been named to the Wyoming Coaches Association all-state boys basketball first team.
Webb and Quayle, along with senior Kade Salisbury also were named to the first team Class 4-A West all-conference team. Jordan Belville, also a senior, was named to the second-team all-conference squad.
Quayle was the leading Class 4-A rebounder, averaging 9.4 boards per game and also was the state's best shot blocker, swatting three per game.
Webb was the state's third-best scorer, averaging 16.7 points per game, and scored 30 in Riverton's dramatic come-from-behind win over Gillette in the state semi-finals. Webb hit 39 percent of his 3-point shots, seventh best in the state.
Salisbury was second-best in Wyoming in the assist category, averaging 5.4 per game, and was third in steals, averaging 3.1 per game.
Belville had the second-best field goal percentage in Wyoming, converting 63 percent of his shots.
Riverton finished second at the Class 4-A state tournament, losing to Evanston in the championship game.
Lady Wolverine Kiley Ridgway was Riverton's only representative on the Class 4-A West girls all-conference first team in her sophomore season. Fellow sophomore Camey Fegler and senior Bree Olson were selected to the Class 4-A West second team. Senior Amy Woodward, who suffered and early season knee injury, was listed as honorable mention all-conference.
Ridgway was third in Wyoming in the shot-blocking category, averaging one per game and also had the state's seventh best free-throw percentage, knocking down 64 percent. Ridgway scored 11.7 points-per-game for the Lady Wolverines.
Fegler led the team in 3-point shooting, hitting 33 percent of her long-range shots and also led the Lady Wolverines in assists with 39.
Olson was one of Riverton's top defenders, and would often draw opposing team's best offensive player.