April 9, 2014
Updated Apr 9, 2014 at 11:27 AM EDT
INDIANAPOLIS (21Alive) - Indianapolis Arsenal Tech forward Trey Lyles has been named 2014 Indiana Mr. Basketball.
The Indianapolis Star, who presents the award, published the results Tuesday.
Lyles won 117 votes. Indianapolis Park Tudor forward Trevon Bluiett finished second (108 votes), and Marion--and former Bishop Luers--guard James Blackmon Jr. finished third (95 votes).
Lyles averaged 23.7 points, 12.9 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game in his senior season. He led Tech to a Class 4A boys basketball state championship last month.
Lyle also earned McDonald's High School All-America, Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year and 4A boys basketball Mental Attitude Award honors.
Lyles signed his national letter of intent to play men's basketball at the University of Kentucky.
Lyles is the first player from an Indianapolis Public School to win Mr. Basketball since NBA All-Star George McGinnis (Indianapolis Washington, 1969).
Indiana Mr. Basketball Winners1939: George Crowe, Franklin1940: Ed Schienbein, Indianapolis Southport1941: John Bass, Greenwood1942: Bud Brown, Muncie BurrisNo award for 1943 or 1944 (World War II)1945: Tom Schwartz, Kokomo1946: Johnny Wilson, Anderson1947: Bill Garrett, Shelbyville1948: Bob Masters, Lafayette Jefferson1949: Dee Monroe, Madison1950: Pat Klein, Marion1951: Tom Harold, Muncie Central1952: Joe Sexson, Indianapolis Arsenal Tech1953: Hallie Bryant, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks1954: Bobby Plump, Milan1955: Wilson Eison, Gary Roosevelt1956: Oscar Robertson, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks1957: John Coalman, South Bend Central1958: Mike McCoy, South Side1959: Jimmy Rayl, Kokomo1960: Ron Bonham, Muncie Central1961: Tom Van Arsdale, Indianapolis Manual & Dick Van Arsdale, Indianapolis Manual1962: Larry Humes, Madison1963: Rick Jones, Muncie Central1964: Dennis Brady, Lafayette Jefferson1965: Billy Keller, Indianapolis Washington1966: Rick Mount, Lebanon1967: Willie Long, South1968: Billy Shepherd, Carmel1969: George McGinnis, Indianapolis Washington1970: Dave Shepherd, Carmel1971: Mike Flynn, Jeffersonville1972: Phil Cox, Connersville1973: Kent Benson, New Castle Chrysler1974: Steve Collier, Southwestern Shelbyville & Roy Taylor, Anderson1975: Kyle Macy, Peru1976: Dave Colescott, Marion1977: Ray Tolbert, Anderson Madison Heights1978: David Magley, South Bend LaSalle1979: Steve Bouchie, Indianapolis Washington1980: Jim Master, Harding1981: Dan Palombizio, Michigan City Rogers1982: Roger Harden, Valparaiso1983: Steve Alford, New Castle Chrysler1984: Troy Lewis, Anderson & Delray Brooks, Michigan City Rogers1985: Jeff Grose, Warsaw1986: Mark Jewell, Lafayette Jefferson1987: Jay Edwards, Marion & Lyndon Jones, Marion1988: Woody Austin, Richmond1989: Pat Graham, Floyd Central1990: Damon Bailey, Bedford North Lawrence1991: Glenn Robinson, Gary Roosevelt1992: Charles Macon, Michigan City Elston1993: Kojak Fuller, Anderson (award relinquished by Sherron Wilkerson, Jeffersonville)1994: Bryce Drew, Valparaiso1995: Damon Frierson, Indianapolis Ben Davis1996: Kevin Ault, Warsaw>1997: Luke Recker, DeKalb1998: Tom Coverdale, Noblesville1999: Jason Gardner, Indianapolis North Central2000: Jared Jeffries, Bloomington North2001: Chris Thomas, Indianapolis Pike2002: Sean May, Bloomington North2003: Justin Cage, Indianapolis Pike2004: A.J. Ratliff, Indianapolis North Central2005: Luke Zeller, Washington2006: Greg Oden, Indianapolis Lawrence North2007: Eric Gordon, Indianapolis North Central2008: Tyler Zeller, Washington2009: Jordan Hulls, Bloomington South2010: Deshaun Thomas, Bishop Luers2011: Cody Zeller, Washington2012: Gary Harris, Hamilton Southeastern2013: Zak Irvin, Hamilton Southeastern2014: Trey Lyles, Indianapolis Arsenal Tech
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