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March 27, 2012

McKay is all-tourney

OTTUMWA — Indian Hills freshman Jameel McKay was named to the All-Tournament team at the conclusion of the NJCAA Division I Basketball Championship over the weekend.

McKay had double figures in points and rebounds in every one of IHCC’s four games at the national tourney, scoring a total of 61 points and grabbing 50 rebounds. The Warriors won their final three games after losing their opening-round contest. Their seventh-place finish marked the seventh time in nine trips to the tournament that they have finished in the top seven.

McKay, from Milwaukee, Wis., is one of only three freshmen on the 13-player All-Tournament team.

He was the leading scorer and rebounder for Indian Hills during the Warriors’ 33-4 season with averages of 14.6 points and 7.7 rebounds.

The 33 wins for Indian Hills represent the seventh time in school history the Warriors have won that many games in a season.

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