COLUMBUS — After the last football season was over, Danville’s Skyler Durbin was named to the Division VII All-Ohio First Team for his achievements. On Monday, he added a rare double to his All-Ohio status by earning Second Team All-Ohio in Division IV boys’ basketball.

Durbin, a 6-foot-3 senior, averaged 21.4 points per game during the regular season, tops in the Mount Vernon News area, but also led area players in assists (3.9 apg). He was third in field-goal percentage (160-280, 57.1%), and was fifth in free-throw percentage (133-167, 79.6%) while making 29 more free-throw attempts of any other player. He also was second in rebounding (7.7 rpg), and averaged 1.5 steals per game.

Durbin was previously named to the Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference First Team, and was the Division IV Central District Player of the Year.

Hayden Hankinson, a 6-3 sophomore from Centerburg, was chosen as a Division IV Honorable Mention. A Second Team All-District honoree, he was the Trojans’ leading scorer at 12.4 points per game.

The Division III and IV boys basketball All-Ohio teams were selected by members of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association.

  • Bill Davis/News Members of the Danville Blue Devils, including Corbin Hazen (12), Skyler Durbin (10) and Trey Fritz (21), jump for a rebound in the closing seconds of Wednesday’s Division IV district semifinal against Tree of Life in Sparta.
  • Bill Davis/News Danville’s Skyler Durbin (10) is fouled by Millersport’s Darrius Childress during the first half of Friday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 67-49
  • Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, left, greets Danville senior Skyler Durbin during Friday’s Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference game against Fredericktown. Mavis had held the Danville boys basketball career scoring record at 1,300 until Durbin surpassed it Friday. The Blue Devils won the game, 57-54.
  • Geoff Cowles/News Danville senior Skyler Durbin (10) fights for the ball with visiting River View’s Chase Whitehair in Tuesday’s non-conference game. The Blue Devils won 72-49.
  • Bill Davis/News Danville senior Skyler Durbin, far left, hits a three-point shot to break the Blue Devils’ all-time boys basketball career scoring record in Friday’s Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference game against Fredericktown. The Devils won, 57-54.



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