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Caleb Fields of Wildwood Catholic scored 23 points in his team's win over Montgomery Blair.

Caleb Fields of Wildwood Catholic is the Cape May County high school boys basketball Player of the Year.

Below are the first-ever Cape May County boys basketball all-stars. Selections made by staff in consultation with area coaches.


Caleb Fields, Senior, Guard, Wildwood Catholic

Point guard for Cape-Atlantic League champions … averaged 21.4 points per game and finished with 1,665 points for career … shot better than 80 percent on free throws … terrific defender and tremendous leader … had knack for making biggest plays in close games … led Crusaders to school record 26 victories … will play college basketball at Division I Bowling Green.



Kyion Flanders, Senior, Guard, Wildwood

Volume scorer who finished as program’s all-time leader with 2,131 points … led Wildwood in scoring (20.6), rebounding (5.6) and assists (4.3) … shot 50.2 percent from the floor … led Warriors to share of Tri-County Classic Division title … Stockton University and Penn State-Harrisburg have shown strong interest.


Jalen Freeman, Junior, Guard, Middle Township

Averaged 17.3 points … served as team’s primary ball handler … makes mark at both ends of floor, as some observers have pegged him as best perimeter defender in Cape-Atlantic League … one of South Jersey’s top returning guards next season.


Pat Holden, Senior, Guard, Lower Cape May

One of South Jersey’s best point guards … can score from all areas of floor … finished career as program’s all-time scoring leader with 2,103 points … no player in South Jersey may have been more valuable to his team … Widener and Stockton have shown strong interest.


Josh Wright, Junior, Guard, Cape May Tech

One of South Jersey’s most dynamic scorers … averaged 22.9 points … shot 79 percent from foul line … already has 1,782 career points, putting him on pace to become first homegrown county player to reach 2,500 … colleges of all levels showing interest.


Taj Thweatt, Sophomore, Forward, Wildwood Catholic

6-5 athlete who was major factor at both ends of floor … averaged 13.0 points and 7.6 rebounds for CAL champions … improving at finishing around rim …. Good interior defender who blocked 38 shots … already attracting major college interest.



Martin Anguelov, Freshman, Guard, Lower Cape May

Made more than 100 three-pointers … averaged better than 14 points … shot 91.4 percent on free throws.


Charles Fields, Senior, Guard, Wildwood Catholic

Averaged 10.0 points and 4.0 rebounds … outstanding all-around athlete … elite perimeter defender.


Donovan Graham, Junior, Forward, Ocean City

Averaged 10.6 points and 4.7 rebounds … shot 53.6 percent from floor … posted 47 blocked shots.


Joey Sacco, Junior, Guard, Ocean City

Averaged 10.6 points, 4.7 rebounds … led team in assists (108) and steals (79) … named CAL Boo Pergament Award winner (most improved player).


Tyler Tomlin, Junior, Guard, Wildwood

Averaged 19.3 points and 4.0 rebounds … shot 42.9 percent on three-pointers (90-210) and 89.1 percent on free throws (82-92).


Jahlil White, Sophomore, Forward, Wildwood Catholic

Averaged 7.9 points … second on team in assists with 62 … huge upside … at 6-5, best position may be point guard.