Here is all-1960s team, put
together by News Sports Reporter Milt Northrop after discussions not only among The News staff but other
local basketball gurus. His story is in today's paper.
The team actually consists of 12 years. It ranges from the first season of the All-Western New York basketball team (1958-59) through the end of the 1960s (1969-70).
Check this previous post for a complete list of the first-teamers from the 1960s, as well as readers' comments about who should be on the team.
The years listed are the seasons that the player made first team.
Bob Lanier, Bennett 1965-66
George Carter, Silver Creek 1960-61, 1961-62
Tony Masiello, Cardinal Dougherty 1964-65
Marty Cott, Hutch-Tech 1967-68
Dale Tepas, St. Joe's 1965-66, 1966-67
Donn Johnston, Jamestown 1968-69
John Hayes, Niagara Falls 1964-65
Paul Grys, Bishop Timon 1966-67
Frank Starks, Trott Vocational 1962-63
George Hicker, Franklinville 1962-63, 1963-64
Bill Young, Angelica 1963-64, 64-65
Frank Swiatek, St. Mary's 1960-61
Gene Roberson, Burgard 1966-67
Andy Anderson, Maryvale 1962-63
Tom Chester, North Tonawanda 1958-59
Greg Hudecki, St. Joe's 1963-64
Mike Norwood, East 1968-69
Steve Waxman, Kenmore West 1966-67
Joe Bossert, Seneca 1959-60
Roger Brown, Hutch-Tech 1965-66
Let us know what you think of the team in the comments section below.
There's only one team to go: here's the post discussing who should make the all-time All-WNY team.