The Region III finalist Shadow Creek Sharks captured three of the five individual awards in the All-District 24-5A Boys’ Basketball selections.
Senior Tre Hartfield was named the defensive player of the year, while sophomore Sean Jones earned the newcomer of the year honor and David President was tabbed as the league’s top coach.
Shark juniors Ramon Walker and Will Young joined Hartfield on the first team. Juniors Mason McBride and Shaun Walker also made the first team cut for the bi-district finalist Manvel Mavericks.
Walker averaged a team-leading 24.4 points a game for the Sharks to complement 6.3 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.9 steals each game. Senior J`vaun Walker was named to the second team for Manvel, as well, and honorable mention status went to Mavericks Tyson Guerra and Jacob Koontz.
Other first team picks included Xavier Calhoun (Willowridge), Jack Hardcastle (Richmond Foster), Chris Harris (Hightower), Ashton Lindsay (Willowridge), Chris Marshall (Fort Bend Marshall), Connell Olivacce (Rosenberg Terry), Ja Robertson (Hightower) and Chancelor White (Richmond Foster).
Hightower’s Bryce Griggs gained most valuable player honors for the district and Foster’s Ruben Fatheree was selected as the offensive player of the year.
The second team was rounded out by Lincoln Archie (Angleton), Cameron Collins (Angleton), LaKeithon Hardeman (Fort Bend Marshall), Austin Irabor (Fort Bend Marshall), Nick Jones (Rosenberg Terry), Garrett Pattan (Angleton), Cody Ray (Rosenberg Terry), Gerry Ray (Rosenberg Terry), Jameil Robinson (Lamar Consolidated), Khalil Wells (Lamar Consolidated) and Darrius Williams (Fort Bend Marshall).
Shadow Creek went a school record 29-4 and shared the district championship with Hightower with a 15-1 mark. The Sharks posted playoff victories over Houston Austin (73-46), Nederland (46-34), Houston Madison (75-61) and Manor (62.49).
Manvel finished fourth in the district with a 20-14 overall and 8-8 league mark.