Sigourney had two players make the all-league squad in the South Iowa Cedar League.
On the first team was the man they call “V,” Vaclov Bujnoch. Bujnoch scored a team high 558 points, shot 61 percent from the field, 40 percent from behind the arc and 76 percent from the free throw line. He also led the team in rebounds with 233 and steals with 69.
Head coach Mitch Eslick said even though he was first team last year, this year was an improved year.
“He really took the next step from where we needed him last year to this year, he was a first team all league kid last year, but he really dominated games this year, [increased] his points per game by about five or six, [increased] his rebounds by about two or three a night and then really [increased] his assists and was really more of a playmaker this year,” Eslick said. “Last year he camped out and shot a lot of threes, and this year he really started attacking the rim and making more plays.”
The second teamer was Brandon Stuhr, who was right behind Bujnoch all season. Stuhr had 307 points on the year, 190 rebounds and led the team in blocks with 81.
Honorable mentions for the Savages were Jackson Davis and Allen Denny.
Sigourney finished their season 21-3, losing in the sub-state final to Danville.