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  • Boys basketball All-Star Player of the Year: Darrin Person Jr.

    Immanuel High School's Darrin Person Jr. is selected as the boys basketball Player of the Year, headlining the Bee's All-Star basketball team.

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Player of Year Darrin Person Jr. of Immanuel headlines All-Bee Boys Basketball team

Capping a four-year career defined by durability, consistency and success at a level approached by few in Central Section history, Immanuel High’s Darrin Person Jr. is the All-Bee Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Here’s a look at his season as well as other top performers for 2016-17.

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