The Alvin Yellowjackets received three player selections to the All-District 24-6A Boys’ Basketball team.

Senior Samuel Bell was named to the first team, while junior Brayden Wright earned a second team nod and freshman Kendrick Bailey gained honorable mention status.

Bell averaged a team-leading 15.5 points per game and crashed the boards for 8.7 rebounds per game. Wright averaged 15 points, 7.5 rebound and 1.5 blocked shots per game and Bailey led the Jackets in assists (2.4) and steals (0.6).

Bell was joined on the first team by Deurce Guidry (Dickinson), Ke`mauri Millender (Clear Brook), Corey Kelly (Clear Falls), Alex Lee (Clear Lake), Maurice Pinnock (Clear Creek) and Garrett Rooker (Clear Springs).

The state semifinalist Gators dominated the individual awards. Tramon Mark and Marcus Williams were named to district co-most valuable players, while Jathan Caldwell shared the defensive player of the year accolade with Creek’s Seth Jones and Jason Wilson was tabbed as the league’s top coach.

Brook’s Brandon Andrews 

and Lake’s JaJa Shani shared the offensive POY, as well and the newcomer award went to Orlando Horton Jr., of Clear Falls.

Other players making the second team included Nick Anderson (Clear Creek), Jeffrey First (Clear Lake), Donovan Green (Dickinson), Coleman Kramm (Clear Creek), Carson Lindsey (Clear Falls), Zyon Little (Clear Brook) and Von Wells (Clear Falls).

The honorable mention list also featured Jordan Baker (Clear Brook), Quinn Bowen (Clear Falls), Alex Ferrell (Clear Creek), David Loerch (Clear Falls), Marcus Millender (Clear Brook), Shane Porter (Clear Brook), Allen Singleton (Clear Springs), Seth Staats (Clear Springs), Noah Thomas (Clear Springs), Caleb Wright (Clear Lake), and JaMichael Young (Clear Brook).

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