Three from boys hoops earn all-league
Last updated 4/19/2007 at Noon
Three members of Fallbrook High School’s boys basketball team were given all-league honors by the Avocado League’s coaches.
Point guard Cory Clark earned first-team all-league honors, shooting guard Marcus Bresnahan received second-team recognition, and forward Nolan Robinson was given honorable mention distinction.
“All three of them were deserving of the honors,” said Fallbrook coach Mike West.
The all-league honor is the first for Clark, a senior. “Cory had a tremendous year,” West said. “In league he played extremely well.”
Clark averaged 15 points per game in league competition. “He’s also our best defensive player,” West said. “He did everything for us.”
Bresnahan is also a senior. He was also a second-team all-league selection as a sophomore and junior. “He got kind of pigeonholed into just being a shooter,” West said.
This year Bresnahan set season and career Fallbrook High School boys basketball records for three-point shots made. His 83 treys gave him a career total of 221. Bresnahan also earned a third-team spot on the all-North County team. “He’s kind of a special individual,” West said.
Robinson, who earned his first all-league honors, is a junior. “He’s going to be very good for us,” West said.