District 4-A Basketball Post Season Awards

Monday, February 12, 2018
All District Girls:

Coach of the year: Gary Tucker, Tellico Plains       MVP: Samantha Russell, Tellico Plains

 

All District Team:

Chloe Yearwood, Tellico Plains

Callie Kirkpatrick, Tellico Plains

Jaden Hollinghead, Tellico Plains

Rainey Barber, Lookout Valley

Alex Spence, Lookout Valley

Casey Crownover, Lookout Valley

Abbey Burton, Sale Creek

Sam Derlack, Sale Creek

Kayla Phillips, Sale Creek

Ashley Brackett, Copper Basin

Deyonna Lansden, Arts & Sciences

 

Honorable Mention:

Macie Meyners, Arts & Sciences

Jada Harris, Arts & Sciences

Hannah Holland, Sale Creek

Gianna Fugh, Arts & Sciences

Kaylee Allen, Copper Basin

Braylee Deal, Copper Basin

Emily Patterson, Copper Basin

 

All District Boys:

Coach of the Year: Eric Ford, Lookout Valley         MVP: Cahlib Edwards, Arts & Sciences

 

All District Team:

Darrion Robinson, Lookout Valley

Jalen Moore, Lookout Valley

Larry McCullough, Lookout Valley

David Crace, Tellico Plains

Dakota Shaw, Tellico Plains

Piper Carter, Tellico Plains

Jason Holland, Sale Creek

Winston Tulloss, Sale Creek

Dominic May, Sale Creek

Hollis Edwards, Arts & Sciences

Bryson Kimsey, Copper Basin

 

Honorable Mention:

Denzel Daniel, Lookout Valley

Dale Rinehart, Tellico Plains

Cody Defore, Sale Creek

Alex Payne, Arts & Sciences

Kobe Clark, Arts & Sciences

Keaton Mickens, Copper Basin

Chase Trentham, Copper Basin

Dustin Adams, Copper Basin

 

Eric Ford

Varsity Boys Basketball

Lookout Valley High School


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