Posted: Friday, 22 March 2013 11:13PM

Eminence's Dyer wins boys basketball MVP poll

We asked you the fan, "Who was this season's boys basketball MVP" and you responded with over 3,000 votes.  The winner comes from one of the Ozarks' two state champions; Eminence's Logan Dyer.  Dyer beat out fellow class 1 star Lance Shaffer of Fair Play and Crane's Jordan Bowling.  Full results are listed below.


Jordan Bowling - Crane
434 Votes (14%)

Erik Durham - Parkview 186 Votes (6%)
Logan Dyer - Eminence 870 Votes (28%)
Cody Eidson - Macks Creek 215 Votes (7%)
Austin Essick - Billings 173 Votes (6%)
Cody Geiger - Republic 346 Votes (11%)
Chris Kendrix - Willard 152 Votes (5%)
Austin Ruder - Nixa 140 Votes (5%)
Lance Schaffer - Fair Play 469 Votes (15%)
Chris Ward - Kickapoo 106 Votes (3%)
  Total Votes: 3091

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