Lee’s David named first-team on All-District 12-5A

Published on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 23:13 - Written by

Emem David took a big step in her junior season and district coaches noticed, voting the forward/post player on the first team of the All-District 12-5A girls basketball team. David played every game for the Lady Raiders, doing a little bit of everything averaging six points, six rebounds, one steal and one assist per game.

Junior Shreece Pryor, a tenacious defender for Lee, received second team honors, with junior DaJah Thompson chosen honorable mention.

District champion Mesquite Horn received two superlatives with junior Lauren Bradshaw voted Defensive Player of the Year and freshman Jada Underwood chosen Newcomer of the Year. Brianna Williams helped Mesquite finish second in the district standings and was voted Most Valuable Player. Rockwall’s Sara Williamson was chosen Offensive Player of the Year.

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All-District 12-5A

Girls Basketball Team

Most Valuable Player — Brianna Williams, Sr., Mesquite

Offensive Player of the Year — Sara Williamson, Soph., Rockwall

Defensive Player of the Year — Lauren Bradshaw, Jr., Mesquite Horn

Newcomer of the Year — Jada Underwood, Fr., Mesquite Horn

First Team

Tyler Hamilton, Mesquite Horn

Kristina Smith, Mesquite Horn

Maci Hopkins, Longview

Mikayla Smith, Longview

Briana Caro, Mesquite

Viershanie Latham, Mesquite

Morghen Day, Rockwall

Ellen Baker, Rockwall

Emem David, Robert E. Lee.

Second Team

Jordan Mitchell, Rockwall-Heath

Katie Webster, Rockwall-Heath

Victoria Youman, Mesquite Horn

Kiarra Ross, Longview

Raven Chisum, Longview

Brittany Pearson, Mesquite

Jamila Parker, Mesquite

Makquisha Carruth, North Mesquite

Hannah Hughes, Rockwall

Shreece Pryor, Robert E. Lee.

Honorable Mention — DaJah Thompson, Robert E. Lee; Chelsea Lamb, Mesquite Horn; Dawn Nwoko, Mesquite Horn; Chelsea McHenry, Mesquite; Ajsia Smith, Mesquite; Halee Brewer, Longview; Kiambriya Sheridan, Longview.

Academic All-District (Lee only) — Emem David, Erin Brinkley, DaJah Thompson.