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March 24, 2014

2013-14 Daily News Boys Basketball All-Stars

Cam Armand

Triton, Junior

Shooting Guard

A captain as a junior, Cam Armand was one of Triton’s most reliable scorers this past season, averaging 11.8 points, 4 assists and 2 steals per game. His biggest game came against Rockport on Jan. 29, when he scored a game-high 27 points while making 7 of 9 shots from three-point range. The highlight of his season came about a month earlier when Triton beat Newburyport 47-38. After the season, Armand was named a CAL All-Star. He maintains a GPA of 3.7, and he cited his parents as among his biggest role models.

Dan Baribeault

Newburyport, Sophomore

Small Forward

One of Newburyport’s rising young stars, Baribeault averaged 12.2 points and 3.6 rebounds per game while also dishing out 29 assists and grabbing 24 steals on the season. His best performance came on Dec. 18, when he helped upend a quality Hamilton-Wenham team with 22 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals, leading the Clippers to a 50-42 victory. Baribeault was named a CAL All-Star after the season, and he credits his parents as being the most important people in his life.

Pat Bjork

Georgetown, Senior


A senior captain for Georgetown, Bjork was instrumental in leading the Royals to their first state tournament appearance in four years. Bjork averaged 15.6 points per game, earning CAL All-League honors in the process. One of his best performances of the season came in the team’s opening round tournament game against Winthrop, when Bjork scored a team-leading 21 points to pace the Royals to a 56-48 victory. Bjork called making the tournament and winning their first round game the highlight of his season, and he credited former coach Mike Rowinski for helping him develop into the player he is today.

Drew Bourdeau

Newburyport, Senior


Drew Bourdeau was a senior captain for the Clippers and was credited by his coach as being among the team’s main leadership presences. Bourdeau averaged 5.8 points and 4.7 rebounds per game on the season, and his best performance came against Manchester Essex, when he scored 12 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and 4 steals. The Clippers went on to win that game 59-48, and Bourdeau said the win was among the highlights of the season for him. Bourdeau received the Coaches Award after the season, and in the future Bourdeau said he will attend St. Anselm’s College, where he will play lacrosse.

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