GHS-ALL-DISTRICT 19-5A

Seven Georgetown Lady Eagles were named to the All-District 19-5A girls basketball team as selected by the district’s nine head coaches, including senior guard Maddie Vickers, who was named the alignment’s Devensive Player of the Year.
   GHS sophomore forward McCall Hampton shared the Newcomer of the Year award with two others and junior forward Jaelyn Knight and senior guard Josie Weirich were voted to the 11-player first team.
   Sophomore guard Kylie Ellsworth was placed on the second team and junior guard Ali Isbell and junior post Jade Smth were honorable mention selections.
   Knight, Vickers and Weirich were honorable mention choices last season.
    “We were pleased that so many of our players were honored,” coach Rhonda Farney said.
    Despite injuries and other player losses, the Lady Eagles posted a 24-10 record, including a 13-3 mark in 19-5A that earned them a second-place tie in the final standings.  Georgetown reached the area round of the Region III-5A playoffs before being eliminated by state-tournrnament-bound Temple.
    In the coaches balloting, Hampton tied with freshman Lashivas Fowler  of Pflugerville Connally and Hutto sophomore Manuella Shomba for the newcomer honor.
    Eight Georgetown players and one manager were named to the 19-5A Academic All-District team — Kylie Ellsworth, McCall Hampton, Emili Harris, Ali Isbell, Jaelyn Knight, Lexie Mullen, Samari O’Brien, Maddie Vickers and Josie Weirich.
    Unbeaten district champion and Region III-5A semifinalist Cedar Park dominated the individual  honors. Timberwolves Jordan Ott, a senior guard, and Nicole Leff, a sophomore post, were the co-MVPs and first-year CP coach Danny Ott was the Coach of the Year. Timberwolf Alex Maresca also was named to the first team.
    East View senior Diamond Morrison and Rouse senior Ashley Onyango shared the Offensive Player of the Year Award.
    East View senior Paighton Corley also was named to the first team and Patriots junior Alex Stone was placed on the second team.
ALL-DISTRICT 19-5A GIRLS BASKETBALL
(Selected by the district’s nine head coaches)
SUPERLATIVES
   MVP — Jordan Ott, Cedar Park, sr.; Nicole Leff, Cedar Park, soph.
   Offensive Player of the Year — Ashley Onyango, Rouse, sr.; Diamond Morrison, East View, sr.
   Defensive Player of the Year — Maddie Vickers, Georgetown, sr.
   Newcomer of the Year — McCall Hampton, Georgetown, soph.; Lashiya Fowler, Pflugerville Connally, fr.; Manuella Shamba, Hutto, sophomore.
   Coach of the Year — Danny Ott, Cedar Park.
FIRST TEAM
   Georgetown: Jaelyn Knight, jr.; Josie Weirich, sr.
   Bastrop: Breanna Lester, sr.
   Bastrop Cedar Creek: Jaelyn Goodloe, sr.
   Cedar Park: Alex Maresca, jr.
   East View: Paighton Corley, sr.
   Pflugerville Connally: E’nissa Fowler, sr.; Ayreona Justice, sr.
   Rouse: Brittney Martin, sr.; Ashley Thompson, sr.; Taylor Douthitt, sr.
SECOND TEAM
   Georgetown: Kylie Ellsworth, soph.
   Bastrop: Peniah Waites, Sr.
   Bastrop Cedar Creek: Ashlan Smith, sr.
   Cedar Park: Pujita Shulka, jr.
   East View: Alex Stone, jr.
   Elgin: Atyanna Freeman, jr.; Andrique Roberson, jr.
   Hutto: Tamryn Burks, jr.
   Rouse: Chloe Austin, Jr.; Zaiah Jackson, sr.
HONORABLE MENTION
(GHS selections only)
  Junior guard Ali Isbell and junior post Jade Smith.
ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT
(GHS selections only)
  Kylie Ellsworth, McCall Hampton, Emili Harris, Ali Isbell, Jaelyn Knight, Lexie Mullen, Samari O’Brien, Maddie Vickers, Josie Weirich.
   By Galen Wellnicki

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