By SALINA POST
Eagle Radio Salina's Devin Hanney joins the likes of KU Men's Basketball Coach Bill Self and Fort Hays Women's Coach Tony Hobson in the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) Awards for 2022.
Hanney, who is the voice of Southeast of Saline sports on KINA (910 AM and 107.5 FM), is the Media Award winner, according to information released Wednesday by the organization.
Other award winners released today include the following.
KBCA Middle School Coaches of the Year
Girls: Melanie Tolar, Cheney Middle School
Boys: Dustin San Romani, Council Grove Middle School
KBCA High School Coaches of the Year (girls teams)
1A Division 2: Scott Goering, Pretty Prairie
1A Division 1: Pat Stiles, Claflin-Central Plains
2A: Jill Rowland, Sterling
3A: Bill Biermann, Goodland
4A: Jeff English, Shawnee Mission-Bishop Miege
5A: Rick Hetzel, Overland Park-St. Thomas Aquinas
6A: Kevin Bordewick, Topeka-Washburn Rural
KBCA High School Coaches of the Year (boys teams)
1A Division 2: Josh Gooch, Tribune-Greeley County
1A Division 1: Chris Schmidt, Olpe
2A: Darrel Knoll, Hillsboro
3A: Greg Raleigh, Hesston
4A: Rick Zych, Shawnee Mission-Bishop Miege
5A: Craig Cox, Topeka-Seaman
6A: Joe Auer, Wichita Heights
College 4 Year Coaches of the Year
Tony Hobson - Fort Hays women’s basketball
Bill Self – Kansas University men’s basketball
College 2 Year Coaches of the Year
Ben Conrad – Johnson County Community College women’s basketball
Jake Williams – Dodge City Community College men’s basketball
KBCA Hall of Fame
Bryce Stallard – Topeka (posthumously)
Mike Brinsko – Pueblo, Colo., former Shawnee Mission West Coach
Clint Hill Service Award
Dennis Reynolds, Hill City, Hill City High School Athletics
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