All-LPAA boys

Yuma High School boys basketball team had two selections to the 2019-20 All-Lower Platte Activities Association basketball team.
The Indians won the league for the third straight year, running its LPAA winning streak to 24. Wray and Sedgwick County each ended up with the most selections with three.

Yuma All-LPAA
Chase McCreath —
The senior finished out a stellar high school career by leading the Indians to the state semifinals before the tournament was canceled. He averaged 13.8 points per game, second best on the team, and led the Indians in rebounding 8.4 per game. He also averaged 2.4 steals and 1.3 blocks per game.
Clay Robinson — The sophomore had another strong season for the Indians, while helping the Tribe to a 20-3 record. He led the team in scoring at 15.4 points per game, led in assists at 3.1 per game and in steals at 2.5 per game, and was a close second to McCreath in rebounding at 8.3 per game.

Chase McCreath, sr., Yuma; Clay Robinson, so. Yuma; Jerod Ehmke, jr., Sedgwick County; Sam Uyemura, jr., Wray; Junior Arambula, jr., Wray; Justin Pecar, sr., Wray; Terrance Heath, jr., Sedgwick County; Cade Conger, sr., Merino; Ryan Temple, jr., Haxtun; Tate Dille, jr., Sedgwick County; Taylor Breidenbach, sr., Caliche; Tanner Hutt, sr., Merino; Slaten Burris, sr., Holyoke; Ethan Johnson, sr., Holyoke; Honorable Mention — Adrian Herrera, Akron; Sheldon Risner, sr., Wiggins; Mohammed Ibrahiam, so., Wiggins.