|When the Central City Courier announced the city all-star boys
basketball team in Sunday's paper, Frazer and nine other hoops stars made
the 1st and 2nd teams, each of which is composed of a center, two forwards,
and two guards. Each of the six City League teams has at least one all-star
player whose photo and season highlights were featured in the Sports section
of the newspaper. Given the clues below, can you determine the 1st and 2nd
all-star team rosters: the position, full name (one first name is Dan) and
high school of each player selected?
- Only one school has three Central City All-Star players. No school has two
players named to the same all-star position.
- All-star Malone isn't one of the guards.
- Lincoln High's King, who isn't Alex, is the only sophomore among the 10.
- In one game during the season, the 1st team guard who is Washington
High's sole all-star--who isn't Robinson--scored more points in a losing
effort than fellow 1st team players Tony and Bird (who isn't Nick) did
combined for the winning team.
- John is one of the four City All-Star guards.
- The five players on the Courier's 1st team are Mark, Nick,
Johnson, the 1st team center, and the one of Wilson High's all-star
players who made the 1st team.
- The five players on the newspaper's 2nd all-City team are Brad, Chris
Stockton, Roosevelt High's only all-star, and the two 2nd team forwards.
- In the city title game, 2nd team players Steve and Ewing led their squad
against Jefferson and their one all-star player, who was named a 1st
team forward by the paper.
- All-star forward West is his school's only all-star team member.
- Mark, who isn't Bird, and the Jefferson star play on the same AAU team
during the summer.
- Neither of the two all-star centers is from Madison High.
- All-star Jeff Russell led the Central City League in scoring with a 24.3