The City Alliance released the selections of the 2020 All-Tournament Team for the Boys Basketball City Tournament that was played in late January. The team is selected by coach nomination after each round of the tournament, and then those nominations are selected for the honor team by the Tournament Director Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star. Selections are made based on City Tournament games only.
Jaylen Carter, Junior — Crispus Attucks HS
Tayshawn Comer, Sophomore — Cathedral HS
Sincere McMahon, Senior — Crispus Attucks HS
Edreece Redmond, Senior — Bishop Chatard HS
Grant Taueg, Senior — Cathedral HS
Trey Flatt, Junior — Covenant Christian HS
Noah Hedrick, Senior — Covenant Christian HS
Pete Moe, Sophomore — Cathedral HS
Damon Ogletree, Senior — Cardinal Ritter HS
Evan Turner, Senior — Arsenal Tech HS
CCHS, which made it’s first trip to the City Tournament semifinals in program history, had two players selected to this year’s honor team. Senior Noah Hedrick and Junior Trey Flatt were both chosen for the All-Tournament Second Team. In three City Tournament games, Hedrick averaged 19.67 ppg, 6.33 rpg, and 1.67 apg. Flatt averaged 13.0 ppg, 1.67 rpg, 3.67 apg, and 1.67 spg.
The City Tournament bracket is seeded using the Sagarin ratings. Covenant went into the City Tournament as the #5 seed. The Warriors defeated #12 Scecina Memorial HS 74-30 in the first round. CCHS then pulled off an upset of #4 seed Arsenal Tech HS 102-90 in the quarterfinals. #1 seed Crispus Attucks HS eliminated Covenant 96-69 in the City semifinals. Attucks went on to win their first City title since 1962, defeating #2 seed Cathedral HS 94-91 in double overtime.