Kellogg, a 6-2 guard, has been a top scoring threat since becoming a starter as a freshman, but in his third season as a starter and his second as the point guard, he has become more well-rounded.

Kellogg averaged 17.0 points and 4.5 rebounds per game for the Stallions, who are 22-3 and play Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary in a Division II state semifinal Friday.

"He's realized the importance of taking it to another level with his rebounding, his defense and his passing," coach Blair Albright said.

"He's improved his work rate. He's found a more well-roundedness that has made him a complete player. His teammates see him putting all of his efforts into more things and that has made our team better."

Kellogg was named first-team all-CCL and first-team all-district.