In its first year of action in the Cahokia Conference, Okawville High School has already left its mark on the league.
Despite playing a limited schedule, two Rockets and three Lady Rockets were named All Cahokia Conference basketball team.
Two senior boys were tapped for the list in Jackson Harre and Lucas Frederking.
Harre and Frederking were the team’s top scorers, with Frederking averaging 14.5 points per game edging out Harre’s average of 14.3.
The duo also battled it out for the top facilitator, with Harre leading the Rockets with 68 assists and Frederking dishing out 43 of his own.
In their first season in the Cahokia Conference, the Rockets finished the pandemic-shortened schedule with a record of 11-2.
Lady Rockets Briley Rhodes, Megan Rennegarbe and Alayna Kraus also made the girls all conference squad.
Rhodes led Okawville in most offensive categories with 24 steals, 26 assists and 14.6 points per game.
Kraus also average double figures in scoring with 10.3 points per game to go with her 15 assists and 13 steals.
Rennegarbe was also a well-rounded player, averaging seven points per game and 4.4 rebounds per game to go with her 22 steals and 19 assists.
The Lady Rockets put together an 8-4 record in their first season as part of the Cahokia Conference.