Franky Teran, Andrew Mike & Dylan Greenberg earn conference honors

(Antelope Valley Graphic)

University of Antelope Valley Men’s Basketball guard Franky Teran (Pueblo) was recognized as the California Pacific Conference Player of the Week for Jan. 30, 2017.

This is the second time Teran, a 2015-16 Honorable Mention All-American, has earned the award this season. In his first honor, Teran earned the Cal Pac award for his accuracy beyond the arc in the victory over Shepherd (Dec. 2016). native drained 8-of-12 treys, 11-of-16 overall from the floor, in route to a 38-point performance for the Pioneers.

This time around, the senior guard put up a 31-point, 6 assist performance on 11/15 shooting including 9/13 from behind the arc in route to a 105 to 103 win over La Sierra. The win was a full team effort with 34 total assists with only a mere 6 turnovers and keeps the Pioneers in 2nd place in the Cal Pac standings.

This season, Teran is averaging 18.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game. The sharpshooter is efficiently shooting 46.9% from the field and 49% from the three-point line which currently ranks 7th in the NAIA Division 2.

“Franky has continued to put in extra work to be successful in the Cal Pac,” said UAV Men’s Basketball Head Coach BJ Porter in a news release. “Our team’s unselfishness and ability to move the ball has given Franky a lot of good opportunities to be effective and he has done a great job of seizing those opportunities. This team has worked extremely hard all season long and our success in the Cal Pac thus far is evidence of that. We are focused on finishing this season strong.”

Dylan Greenberg (Kentucky)

Former Salpointe standout Dylan Greenberg (Kentucky) and Sabino standout Andrew Mike (Florida) were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the fall of 2016. Greenberg is getting a degree in finance and Mike is working on a degree in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology.

Andrew Mike (Florida)

This list was updated all year in an effort to recognize all former local prep stars who had gone on to achieve either academic and/or athletic awards at the next level. These are not high school awards but college and professional awards. NOT CHAMPIONSHIPS. If you are aware of anything I have missed along the way, please let me know.

Franky Teran/Basketball
Pueblo (2011)/ Antelope Valley
Cal Pac Player of the Week (1/30)

Andrew Mike/Football
Sabino (2014)/Florida
2016 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll (2/8)

Dylan Greenberg/Football
Salpointe (2013)/Kentucky
2016 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll (2/8)

Madeline Bolin/Swimming
Ironwood Ridge (2014)/West Virginia
2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team (2/21)

Brooklyn Beardshear/Softball
Sahuaro (2013)/Dixie State
PacWest Pitcher of the Week (2/20)

Nick Estrella/Baseball
Ironwood Ridge (2016)/Azusa Pacific
PacWest Freshman of the Week (2/14)

Kayla Green/Softball
Cienega (2015)/New Mexico State
Preseason All-WAC Team (2/1)

Trey Stine/Baseball
Ironwood Ridge (2013)/Pima/New Mexico State
Preseason All-WAC Team (2/8)

Zach Malis/Baseball
Desert Christian (2015)/Grand Canyon
Preseason All-WAC Team (2/8)

Kelsey Jenkins/Softball
Sabino (2014)/Wisconsin
Fastpitch News Preseason Top 50 College Hitters (1/23)
Fastpitch News Preseason All-American (1/25)
DI Softball News Preseason Top 50 Watch List (1/31)

Alex Verdugo/Baseball
Sahuaro (2014)/Oklahoma City Dodgers Prospect Watch (1/29)

Tristan Peterson/Baseball
Canyon del Oro (2016)/Kansas State
Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (1/25)

Sydni Stallworth/Basketball
Palo Verde (2015)/Pima
ACCAC D-II Player of the Week (1/17)
National Player of the Week (1/20)

Marc Matthews/Basketball
Buena (2012)/Montana State
GNAC Player of the Week (1/2)
D-II National Player of the Week (1/3)

Portions from news release.


Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014 and has been a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. His own children have won multiple state high school championships and were named to all-state teams. Competing in hockey, basketball, baseball and track & field in high school, his unique perspective can only be found here and on Andy was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Contact Andy Morales at


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