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February 24, 2014

All-District 20-4A Girls Basketball Team

ORANGE — Here is the All-District 20-4A Girls Basketball Team as selected by the 20-4A head coaches:

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Allison Jacks, Lumberton

OFFENSIVE MVP: Jerica Bolin, Ozen

DEFENSIVE MVP: Raylie Harmon, Ozen

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Dereca Garrett, Central

COACH OF THE YEAR: Tammy Walker-Brown, Ozen

FIRST TEAM

Cassidy Webster, LC-M

Tori Thompson, LC-M

Aubrey Hubert, Ozen

Whitney Bernard, Ozen

Makayla Beckett, Ozen

Megan Worry, Lumberton

Taylor Powell, Lumberton

Talitha Savoy, Central

Aliyah Ozane, Central

Kinsey Miller, Nederland

SECOND TEAM

D’Asia Ivory, Livingston

Katie Stephenson, Vidor

Taylor Breuer, PN-G

Jhonrekia Ramsey-Dunn, Livingston

Rochelle Harmon, Ozen

Essence Templeton, Ozen

Alexandra Russ, Central

Breasia Allison, Central

Kendra Coleman, PN-G

Alix Sellers, Lumberton

Josie Nimitz, LC-M

Malaysia Winbush, LC-M

Deloren Goudeau, Nederland

Chelsea Gloude, Ozen

Amber Jacks, Lumberton

Hanna Holt, Lumberton



 

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