LINGLE – Lingle-Fort Laramie senior Rhett Greenwald was named 1A Southeast all-conference, while junior Dogger Ty Mueller earned a spot on the SEWAC all-conference list.
Greenwald played in all 22 games this winter and is one of only two Doggers to do so. During his time on the court, the senior averaged 3.6 points and 4.4 boards per game. He was strong on the offensive glass, with 1.6 offensive boards per game this season, which was second on the team. Greenwald also averaged 0.5 assists and 0.7 steals per game.
Mueller played 16 games this winter, before suffering an injury late in the season and not returning to the floor. During his time on the court, Mueller paced L-FL with 9.4 points per game, shooting 28 percent from behind the arc and 41 percent from inside the arc. He also notched 3.6 rebounds per game, including 3.3 on the defensive end of the floor. Rounding out his stat line, the junior averaged 1.7 assists, 0.9 steals and 0.9 blocks per game, all of which were team-highs.
Mueller was the only representative on the SEWAC all-conference list from L-FL. Pine Bluffs led the way with three honorees, while two came from both Glenrock and Southeast. Burns, L-FL and Lusk all had one player make the list. Greenwald was the lone Dogger on the 1A Southeast all-conference list, with four from both Hanna-Elk Mountain and Rock River. Guernsey-Sunrise also chipped in one representative.