From Left to Right: Chase Grinde Most Valuable, Hustle Award<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Dustin Vickerman Lion Award<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Dylan Kampschroer Most Improved<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->
From Left to Right: Chase Grinde Most Valuable, Hustle Award

Dustin Vickerman Lion Award

Dylan Kampschroer Most Improved

The votes are in, and the Spring Grove boys basketball team has presented four awards for outstanding play in 2013-14.

The Lions were young this year, with no seniors on the roster. In spite of that, they achieved a record of 25-4 (18-0 SEC) and won a fourth-straight SEC East Division Championship. Spring Grove earned the No. 2 seed at the 1A East Sub-section Tournament and finally bowed out to No. 1 seed Rushford-Peterson in the sub-section championship game.

Freshman guard Chase Grinde helped make it happen. He won both the Most Valuable Player and Hustle Awards. The Lion Award went to junior guard Dustin Vickerman. The Most Improved Player Award was won by sophomore guard Dylan Kampschroer.

GRINDE led this year's team in scoring, steals, blocked shots, hustle points, free throws made and 3-point buckets. He also ranked second in three-point accuracy (36%) and free throw success (78%).

Grinde's 559 points broke the scoring record for freshman boys and was the seventh-best single season in the record book. He is already 19th on the career scoring chart with 780 points.

Grinde broke the single-season record with 85 successful treys this year. He tied the single-game record by hitting nine triples versus Glenville-Emmons this season. Grinde is also in fifth place on that all-time list (125 total 3-point FG).

Career-wise, he also stands fifth in free throw accuracy (74%) and ninth in three-point percentage (36%).

Grinde's 127 hustle points (4.4 per game) won him the Hustle Award for outstanding defensive plays. That is the only team award which depends on a statistical total rather than a vote.

The Lion Award is for leadership and heart. Team captain VICKERMAN was the most successful Lion when it came to getting to the free throw line with 161 attempts and 94 points scored (seventh-best season in the record book).

He shared this year's top spot in providing assists, passing for 3.8 per game (109 total). That was good for another seventh-place on the single season list.

Vickerman also stood out for his rebounding ability, snagging a team runner-up 6.6 per game and was the team's fourth-leading scorer with 10.7 points per outing. He was fourth in steals, with 1.6 per contest. Another noteworthy accomplishment was achieving the team's first triple double in 14 years (13 points, 12 rebounds, 12 assists) versus Lyle/Pacelli this season.

KAMPSCHROER played mostly B-team ball last season but moved into the starting lineup for 2013-14. He led the Lions in taking 9 charges, led the team in free throw success (86%), was third best from beyond the arc (34%), and achieved a very good (1.0) assist to turnover ratio.

Kampschroer finished the year with 4.4 points, 1,9 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.6 steals per game.

Other Lion standouts included sophomore forward BRADY SCHUTTEMEIER, who led the team in rebounding, field goal accuracy, and double doubles. Seven double doubles went into the books this season including a 27-point, 19-board performance against the second-best team in the conference (Lanesboro).

Career-wise, he's currently ranked sixth-best in shooting from the field (54%). Schuttemeier also moved into ninth place on the all-time list with 406 rebounds (237 this year alone).

Sophomore guard ALEX ENGELHARDT led the Lions in three categories this year, including three-point accuracy (42%), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.65) and a shared top spot in total assists (109). He currently ranks sixth on the all-time list as a triple threat (40% career accuracy from three-point range).

Earning their second varsity letters were Vickerman, Engelhardt, Schuttemeier, Grinde and Gabe Solum.

First-year letter winners include Kampschroer plus juniors Tanner Sanness and Elliott Cross along with freshmen Jordan Jaster, Brock Schuttemeier and Devon Nerstad.

The Lions' 25-win season ties the best on record. Spring Grove has now won 20 straight SEC games, 59 of the last 60.

SG Boys Basketball 2014 Season Leaders

SCORING points per game

Grinde 19.3

Engelhardt 14.1

Schuttemeier 12.1

Vickerman 10.7

Cross 4.9

Kampschroer 4.4

Sanness 2.4

REBOUNDS per game

Schuttemeier 8.4

Vickerman 6.6

Engelhardt 5.5

Grinde 4.6

ASSISTS per game

Engelhardt 3.8

Vickerman 3.8

Grinde 2.4

Kampschroer 1.3

ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO

Engelhardt 1.65

Solum 1.53

Jaster 1.40

Vickerman 1.01

Kampschroer 1.00

Brock Schuttemeier 1.00

STEALS per game

Grinde 2.7

Engelhardt 2.3

Schuttemeier 2.0

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Schuttemeier 60%

Sanness 53%

Vickerman 44%

Engelhardt 43%

Nerstad 42%

Grinde 40%

3-POINT PERCENTAGE

Engelhardt 42%

Grinde 36%

Kampschroer 34%

Jaster 33%

Nerstad 29%

3-POINT FG MADE

Grinde 85

Engehardt 50

Cross 24

Kampschroer 22

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Kampschroer 86%

Grinde 78%

Solum 75%

Schuttemeier 66%

Engelhardt 59%

Vickerman 58%

BLOCKED SHOTS

Grinde 11

Schuttemeier 9

Engelhardt 6

HUSTLE POINTS per game

Grinde 4.4

Engelhardt 3.1

Schuttemeier 2.5

Kampschroer 2.5

CHARGES TAKEN

Kampschroer 9

Schuttemeier 7

Solum 6

TRIPLE DOUBLE

Vickerman 1 (first one in 14 years)

DOUBLE DOUBLE

Schuttemeier 7

Vickerman 6

Engelhardt 3

HIGHEST SCORING GAMES

Grinde 35 vs. L-O

Grinde 32 vs. G-E

Schuttemeier 27 vs. Lanesboro

Grinde 27 four times

HIGH REBOUNDING GAMES

Schuttemeier 19 vs. Lanesboro

Schuttemeier 17 vs. L/P

Schuttemeier 16 vs. M-C