Welcome to the Official Website of
ALL FLASH TEAM
The All-FLASH team is comprised of the top individual season performances in FLASH history. Although FLASH has had the fortune of having many very good players over the years, the following player performances are the best of the best. Like an "all-Decade" team, a player can only be listed once and their best season is highlighted. Players are listed alphabetically.
-Collin Basgall--West Allis Hale--2015--In his 1st year with FLASH as a sophomore in 2015, Collin scored 281 points, hit 44 "3's" (6th most in FLASH history at the time) and dished out 73 assists making him one of the top offensive players on the team as well as in FLASH history. He was also one of the best perimeter defenders on the team helping to make his all-around season one of the best in FLASH history.
-Lee Becker--Menomonee Falls--2005-2009--Lee, one of the three "originals" who played for FLASH the 1st 5 years of its existence, began his FLASH career as a reserve but through hard work became a starter in his 2nd season and ultimately became one of the most productive players to ever play for FLASH. In 2009, he became only the 2nd player to ever score more than 300 points in a season with 322 and set the record for pts/game with 14.6 at the time--a record which stood until 2012.
-Tom Beres--Marquette--2010-2012--Tom, one of the most fundamentally sound players to ever wear the FLASH uniform, had three very solid seasons but in 2012, he had his best year. He became the 3rd player in FLASH history to score more than 300 points in a season with 333, placing him 3rd on the single season scoring list and also had 115 assists which placed him 2nd on the all-time list at the time. He also recorded his 2nd career "double-double" in points and assists with a 16 point/10 assist game.
-Alex Brion--South Milwaukee--2018--Alex had a an excellent season for FLASH as a freshman in 2018 as he scored 382 points (most ever by a FLASH freshman and 9th most by any FLASH player in history to date), averaged 13.2 points per game (11th in FLASH history to date), scored in double figures 22 times (6th most in FLASH history to date) and hit 62 "3's" (4th most in FLASH history to date and only the 3rd player ever for FLASH to hit 60 or more in a season). Alex was a serious scoring threat every time he took the floor and had a season-high of 24 points.
-Noah Ferguson--Greenfield--2018--Noah had an outstanding season as a freshman for FLASH in 2018 as he scored 319 points (17th in FLASH history to date), scored in double figures 19 times (8th in FLASH history to date) and hit 70 FT's (8th in FLASH history to date). Noah had very impressive statistics that we do keep but it is the statistics that we don't keep that were just as impressive as Noah was an outstanding rebounder on both ends of the floor and may well be the best offensive rebounder ever to wear a FLASH uniform.
-Ryan Fliss--Menomonee Falls--2008-2009--In his 1st year with FLASH in 2008, Ryan became the 1st player in FLASH history to score more than 300 points in a season with 338, which made him the single season scoring leader, a record that stood until 2012. Ryan also hit 42 "3's" (2nd most in a season at that time). Ryan was also an excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor.
-Sam Groblewski--Homestead--2018--Joining a brand new freshman teamin his 1st year with FLASH in 2018, Sam was the starting point guard all season and like all good point guards, he made everyone around him better with his ability to see the floor and make the right play at the right time. Sam recorded 134 assists as a freshman--the most ever by a FLASH freshman and the 4th most by any FLASH player to date. His 5.2 assist per game average made him only the 2nd player in FLASH history to average 5 or more assists per game. Between his assists and his scoring, Sam accounted for approximately 1/3 of the FLASH offense in 2018 and had season highs of 23 points , 6 "3's" (2nd most in a single game in FLASH history) and 9 assists.
-Zach Hietpas--New Berlin Eisenhower--2018-2019--Having joined FLASH as a starter in 2018 as a sophomore, Zach had a very good season but was really forced to play out of position around the post. An excellent perimeter shooter, Zach played where he needed to help the team. However, with an actual post game in 2019, Zach was able to bump out to the perimeter where he belonged and felt more comfortable and the results were very good as he was 4th on the team in points scored with 295 and 1st on the team in made "3's" with 56. He was one of 4 players on the team to average double figure scoring which had not ever been done before in FLASH history.
-Robert Holschuh--Pius XI--2010-2012--Robert, a dual sport athlete who played both basketball and soccer, had his best season for FLASH in 2010 helping to lead a "new" FLASH freshman team playing their 1st season together. Robert scored 277 points and had 107 assists in 2010, production which ranked him in the top 10 in both categories at the time.
-Joey Immekus--Greendale Martin Luther--2017-2018--Joey, who joined a brand new FLASH freshman team in 2017, became only the 3rd freshman to ever be selected to the "All-FLASH" team as a result of his outstanding season. After becoming the 1st player in FLASH history to lead his team in every statistical category in 2017 as he scored 287 points, averaged 10.3 points per game, hit 32 "3's", shot 72% from the FT line, recorded 86 assists, averaged 3.1 assists per game and had a season-high 26 points in a game, Joey repeated the accomplishment in 2018 but with larger numbers. He scored 485 points (4th most in FLASH history), averaged a FLASH record 18.7 points per game, hit 53 "3's" (only the 5th player in FLASH history with 50 or more in a season), shot 82% from the FT line, recorded 81 assists, averaged 3.1 assists per game and had a season-high 39 points in a game in July (2nd highest single game in FLASH history). On top of the statistical success, Joey plays with a non-stop "motor" every time he steps on the floor which helps to make him excel at both ends of the floor. Following a brilliant sophomore season for FLASH, Joey was off to a good start in 2019 before a broken foot sidelined him for 2 months. Regardless, he still managed to score 326 points and lead the team in scoring average with 14.2 points per game and led the team in assists with 92. For his 3 year FLASH career, he became only the 2nd player to ever score 1,000 points in his FLASH career (1,098) and is 2nd on the all-time scoring list. He also is 2nd on he all-time list for double figure scoring games with 54, 4th on the all-time list for made "3's" with 133 and 7th on the all-time list in assists with 262 and the most ever by a non-point guard.
-Matt Kasar--Oak Creek--2015--Matt had an outstanding season in his 1st with FLASH as a sophomore in 2015 as he became only the 2nd player in FLASH history to score more than 200 points (233) and dish out more than 150 assists (163) in a single season. He also became only the 2nd FLASH player to ever record multiple point-assist "double-doubles" in a season with 3 while making everyone around him better. Matt also led the team in made "3's" with 47 which placed him 4th on the all-time list at the time. His 163 assists placed him 3rd on the single season list but actually placed him 5th on the career list after only one season.
-Will Kegel--Whitnall--2015-2017--Will, who was the starting point guard for FLASH for 3 years, showed improvement each season and had his best season as a junior in 2017. He led his team in scoring with 365 points and in assists with 129. A real leader on the floor, he finished his FLASH career with 726 points, 6th on the all-time FLASH scoring list at the time and 334 assists, 2nd on the career list at the time. A point guard who makes everyone around him better, Will recorded his 2nd career point/assist "double-double" with an 11 point/10 assist effort in the 1st game of the season in North Chicago and had a career high 27 point game in Stoughton in July.
-Turner Kehoe--Muskego-2012-2013--Turner, who broke every scoring record FLASH had in 2012, had an even bigger year in 2013. His remarkable 705 points and 18.6 per game average shattered his own 494 point/18.3 per game records set in 2012. Turner scored in double figures in 34 out of 38 games in 2013, breaking his own record of 24, and becoming the 1st player to ever score 700 points in a season (no player had ever scored 500 or 600 points in a season at the time). He also became the 1st player in FLASH history to score more than 1,000 points in a FLASH career and his 1,199 points and 58 career double figure games are the most ever by a FLASH player. Turner also hit 57 “3’s” in 2013, breaking the record of 46 set in 2011 and his 98 career “3’s” were the most ever in FLASH history at the time. The only scoring record Turner didn’t break in 2013 was his own single game record of 40 points set in 2012. The records he did set in 2013 will be very difficult to break.
-Wes Kwapick--Muskego-2016-2018--Wes had an outstanding season as the starting point guard and floor leader for the new FLASH freshman team in 2016. A very good all-around player, Wes has the unique distinction of being both an excellent scorer and yet, like all good point guards, he has the ability to make all of his teammates better with his floor vision and ability to pass the basketball. His 352 points led the team in scoring but also put him in 6th place on the all-time FLASH single season scoring list at the time while his 13.5 point per game average put him into the top 10 in that category as well. Wes did a lot of his damage from distance as he broke the FLASH single season record for made "3 point" goals with 62. He also moved into a 4th place tie on the all-time list for double figure scoring games in a season with 21 at the time. However, Wes was clearly not just a scorer as he led the team with 104 assists on the season and along with teammate Brandon Wikel became only the 2nd pair of teammates in FLASH history to each record at least 100 assists in a season with 104 and 101 respectively. Wes also tied the single game record with 6 "3's" in a game in 2016.In 2017, Wes scored 348 points and dished out 132 assists while recording his 1st point/assist "double-doubles" (he had two) and following a solid season in 2018, Wes was the #3 career scorer for FLASH with 946 points, #1 "3 point" shooter with 187 "3's", #2 double figure scorer with 53 games and #4 in assists with 301.
-Ben Lapp--New Berlin Eisenhower-2019--In his 1st year with FLASH in 2019, Ben brought a post presence to a team that had never had legitimate post play before. An excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor, Ben also showed himself to be a very capable scorer as he led the team in points scored with 390 and was one of three players on the team to score 300+ points on the season. This had only happened once before in FLASH history. Ben averaged 13 points per game and for the 1st time in FLASH history, was one of 4 players on the same team to average double figure scoring. Ben also hit 98 FT's on the season which was the 3rd most in a season at the time (2 players had reached the 100 mark). Ben brought a physicality to a team that had previously been almost exclusively perimeter-oriented.
-Zach Lewkowski--South Milwaukee--2017-2018--Zach, who joined the FLASH sophomore team in 2017, had an outstanding season in his 1st year with his new teammates as he became only the 5th player in FLASH history to score more than 400 points in a season (446) and of those players, is the 1st to ever record over 100 assists as well (124). Zach's 446 points were the 3rd highest single season point total ever for FLASH at the time and he also broke the FLASH record for "3's" in a season with an incredible 88, breaking the record of 62 set in 2016. He became the 1st non-point guard in FLASH history to record a point/assist "double-double" with an 18 point/10 assist effort in April. At the same tournament, he broke the FLASH single game record for "3's" with 8 and in that game scored a season-high 36 points (2nd most in a single game in FLASH history at that time). In July, he recorded his 2nd point/assist "double-double" with a 25 point/10 assist game and finished the season averaging 13.9 points per game and 3.9 assists per game and reached a level of production never before attained by a FLASH player as he became the 1st to ever score more than 400 points, record more than 100 assists and hit more than 80 "3's" in a season. In 2018, Zach repeated this accomplishment as he scored 527 points (2nd most in FLASH history), dished out 133 assists (5th most in FLASH history and most by a non-point guard) and hit 83 "3's". He became the 2nd player in FLASH history to lead his team in every statistical category and finished the season as the #2 career scorer in FLASH history with 973 points as well as #2 in "3's" with 171, #3 in double figure scoring games with 50, #6 in assists with 257 and was in the top 10 in every career category.
-Chris Lopez--Greenfield--2018-2019--Chris, who joined FLASH as a sophomore in 2018, had a very solid season in his 1st year with FLASH but came into his junior season with a completely different level of confidence and had an outstanding season in 2019. He scored 337 points (2nd on the team in points scored) and was one of 3 players to score 300+ points in the season. This was an accomplishment that had only happened once before in FLASH history. Lopez also averaged 11.2 points per game and for the 1st time in FLASH history, 4 players from the same team averaged double figures in scoring. He also dished out 90 assists ( 3 per game) and hit 45 "3's" as he helped lead FLASH to a very successful season with his very team-oriented style of play.
-Quin Rowen--Marquette-2012-2013--Quin, who had an excellent year in 2012, had a phenomenal year in 2013. His 434 points place him 3rd on the all-time single season scoring list and his 48 “3’s” in 2013 moved him into 2nd place in that category at the time. Quin also scored in double figures in 26 out of 36 games, 2nd most ever in a single season at that time. His 2 year career total of 701 points and 74 “3’s” placed him on the all-time list for both categories. Quin’s 38 career double figure games tie him with teammate Nathan Schaefer for the 3rd most in FLASH history at the time. His 76% shooting from the free throw line was a team best in 2013 where his 84% in 2012 is still the best ever by a FLASH player.
-Nathan Schaefer--Whitnall-2011-2013--Nathan, who had a breakout year in 2012, had an even better year in 2013. After becoming the 1st player in FLASH history to ever score more than 200 points (240) and record more than 150 assists (169) in 2012, he became the 1st player to score more than 300 points (340) and record more than 200 assists (249) in 2013. His 340 points ranked him 4th on the all-time single season scoring list at the time and his 249 assists, 7.6 per game average and 16 assists in a single game all shattered his own records of 169, 7.1 and 13 set in 2012. Nathan also scored in double figures in 21 games in 2013, the 4th most ever, and his 38 career double figure games ties him with teammate Quin Rowen for 3rd on the all-time career list. Nathan became the 1st FLASH player to ever record multiple double digit assist games in a season with 6 in 2012 and 8 in 2013. Prior to 2012, there had been a total of only 5 double digit assist games in FLASH history and Nathan finished his FLASH career with 15 of the 22 such games at the time. He also recorded 5 more point/assist “double-doubles” in 2013 to bring his record career total to 8 out of the 11 such games at the time and became the 1st player in FLASH history to have multiple “double-doubles” in a season. His 786 career points make him the 2nd all-time leading scorer for FLASH and his 510 career assists are by far, the most ever in FLASH history.
-Dylan Waldhuetter--Pius XI--2005-2009--Dylan, one of the three "originals" to play for FLASH in all of its 1st 5 seasons, was the heart and sole of the early years of FLASH. He had his best season in 2007 when he scored 242 points and recorded 72 assists, which at the time were both the most by any player in a single season. Dylan also set the record for FT shooting with 81%--a record that stood until 2012.
-Danny Weymier--Whitnall--2011-2102--Danny had two very good years for FLASH but his best season was in 2012 when he scored 274 points and recorded 70 assists. His 274 points ranked 6th on the single season scoring list at that time.
-Drew Yetka--Oak Creek--2015--Drew had an incredible season in his 1st year with FLASH in 2015 as he became only the 3rd FLASH player to ever score more than 400 points (428) in a season and his 14.3 point per game scoring average became the 4th highest in a single season at the time. Drew scored in double figures in 24 games which tied him for 3rd on the single season list at the time and his 82% FT shooting was the 2nd best in a season in FLASH history but became the best ever career mark by a FLASH player with a minimum of 100 attempts (116).
-Joey Zietlow--Oak Creek--2015--In 2015, in his 1st season with FLASH, Joey became only the 8th player in FLASH history to score more than 300 points (304) in a season while hitting 36 "3's" and handing out 70 assists as he had an outstanding season offensively. Due to his length and ability to anticipate, he also became one of the team's most consistent and dramatic defenders with his signature blocked shots in help defense.-
-Vlado Zrnic--Greendale--2016--In his 1st season with FLASH in 2016, Vlado had an incredible season as he not only led the team in scoring but in doing so became only the 4th player in FLASH history to score 400 or more points in a season. His 438 points are the 3rd highest total in a single season in the history of FLASH and his 15.1 point per game average is also the 3rd best in that category. Vlado also scored in double figures in 26 games placing him in a 2nd place tie on the all-time FLASH single season list. A very good all-around player, he was the team's best offensive rebounder and one of the top overall rebounders on the team. He was also 4th on the team in assists.