CYPRESS TEXAS — District 17-6A girls’ basketball coaches recently released the 2018-2019 All-District 17-6A Girls’ Basketball Team, following the conclusion of each team’s season in the UIL playoffs.
Jersey Village High School senior Kaylynne Truong was named the district’s Most Valuable Player after averaging 19.5 points, 4.5 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game this season.
Cypress Creek High School earned two superlatives with Kyndall Hunter being named Offensive Player of the Year and fellow sophomore Rori Harmon being named Defensive Player of the Year.
Cypress Creek High School sophomore Kyndall Hunter was named the District 17-6A’s Offensive Player of the Year.
Memorial High School’s Mackenzie McKown was named Newcomer of the Year.
Jersey Village Head Coach Tamara Collier was named the Coach of the Year after leading the Falcons to the district championship.
Cypress Creek High School sophomore Rori Harmon was named the District 17-6A’s Defensive Player of the Year.
The following student athletes were named to the First Team and Second Team all-district teams:
First Team All-District 17-6A
|Gia Adams||10||Jersey Village|
|Arcadya Conway||12||Jersey Village|
|Briana Peguero||10||Jersey Village|
|Kayleigh Truong||12||Jersey Village|
|Morgan Hill||11||Cypress Creek|
|Kayla Brigance||11||Cypress Falls|
|Treslyn Felton||12||Cypress Falls|
|Charnay Robinson||11||Cypress Ridge|
Jersey Village High School Head Coach Tamara Collier, who led the Falcons to the District 17-6A championship, was named the district’s Coach of the Year.
Second Team All-District 17-6A
|Dajah Perry||11||Jersey Village|
|Riyah Francis||10||Cypress Creek|
|Ally Haman||11||Cypress Creek|
|Janiese Brown||12||Cypress Falls|
|Tayler Hatcher||11||Cypress Falls|
|Kyndall Hardeman||12||Cypress Ridge|
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