NELSONVILLE — The Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association released its 2020-21 All-Southeast District girls and boys basketball list Saturday morning.
On the boys side of things, Jackson’s Braxton Hammond led the area as the only boys player to make first-team all-district in Division II.
He finished the season averaging 11 points, seven rebounds and three steals, leading Jackson to its first conference title since 1991 as well as a Division II sectional title.
Leading the way on second-team was Vinton County’s Braylon Damron, who finished the season averaging 15 points and six rebounds.
Jackson’s Drew Bragg earned third-team honors following season averages of 12 points and five rebounds per game. VC’s Lance Montgomery joined him on third-team after putting up 14 point, five rebounds and three assist per night.
Jackson’s Boston Kuhn and Evan Spires earned special mention all-district.
Leading the way on Division III was Wellston’s Cyan Ervin, who earned second-team all-district honors after averaging 16 points and four rebounds per night.
Wellston’s Hunter Smith and Oak Hill’s Landon Hines earned special mention all-district honors.
Vinton County’s duo of Morgan Bentley and Cameron Zinn led the way on the first-team all-district list in Division II.
Bentley averaged 16.5 points and 9.2 rebounds per game, while Zinn put up a double-double of 12 points and 10.3 rebounds for the Final Four bound Vikings.
Myriah Davis earned herself second-team all-district honors while averages of 13.5 points and nearly three steals a game, while Tegan Bartoe put up 12 points and four assists a game, good enough for third-team honors.
Jackson’s T.J. Carpenter earned a second-team nod alongside Davis as she finished the season with 10.5 points and nearly seven rebounds per night.
Katelyn Webb received third-team all-district honors after averaging 5.5 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals per game, while Mattie Walburn received special mention honors.
On the Division III side of the things, Oak Hill’s Chloe Chambers earned herself second-team all-district honors. A walking double-double every time she steps onto the court, she finished the season with 13.4 points and 16.2 rebounds per night.
Oak Hill’s Brooke Howard and Wellston’s Jenna Johnston earned special-mention all-district honors.