The Brock Lady Eagles dominated play in District 11-3A.
Therefore, it makes sense that they would dominate the All-District 11-3A selections by the league's coaches.
Senior Lexie Ducat led the Brock player honors, being named Most Valuable Player. Also, Chance Westmoreland of the Lady Eagles was named Coach of the Year after his team finished a perfect 14-0 in the league.
Ducat averaged 18 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.1 steals. Behind her play, the Lady Eagles were ranked as high as fourth in the state at season's end and advanced to the third round of the playoffs with a 28-6 record.
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Also chosen for the first team from the Lady Eagles were junior Rachel Harrell (12.0 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.0 assists), senior Bailey Ivey (7.5 points, 6.6 assists), senior Madi Mayfield (8.5 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.5 steals), and senior Rachel Williams (9.1 points, 4.0 assists). Juniors Ally Popeck and Trisha Jacobs were picked for the second team.
Senior Cydnie Bynum received honorable mention.
"I think all-district selections went well," said Westmoreland. "Lexi receiving MVP was deserved, and hanging four on the first team was also nice. I will be curious to see how all-state and all-region turn out."
Peaster freshman Baylee Hull was named Newcomer of the Year in District 11-3A. She averaged eight points, along with three rebounds, three assists and two steals.
The Lady Greyhounds also had sophomore Baylee Chapman (13.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 3.0 steals) and senior Oliva Seli (9.2 points, 7.4 rebounds, 2 steals) on the first team. Senior Kylie Van Cleave was chosen for the second team. Honorable mentions went to freshman Taryn Cast, sophomore Mikayla Fadden, sophomore Rachel Gustafson, and senior Hailee Rutledge.
The Lady Greyhounds reached bidistrict for the first time since 2009.
Junior Sydney Herbel led the Lady Bulldogs' honors, getting named to the first team. She averaged 14.4 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.0 steals.
Second-team choices from the Bulldogs are senior Jolee Carswell and junior Hannah Hobson. Honorable mentions are freshman Adison Lister and junior Makenzie Schnabel.
District 11-3A Academic All-District
Brock: Bailey Ivey, senior; Rachel Williams, senior; Lexi Ducat, senior; Cydnie Bynum, senior; Madi Mayfield, senior; Rachel Harrell, junior; Allie Popeck, junior.; Trisha Jacobs, junior.
Peaster: Olivia Seli, senior.; Taryn Cast, freshman; Ciarra Wright, freshman; Rachael Gustafson, sophomore; Mikayla Fadden, sophomore; Kelli Burkhalter, freshman; Kylie Van Cleave, senior.; Baylee Hull, freshman; Baylee Chapman, sophomore; Hailee Rutledge, senior.
Millsap: Jolee Carswell, senior; Jodi Erwin, sophomore; Sydney Herbel, junior; Kaylie Ledford, junior.
Leading the way in selections for the Ladycats was senior Rhylie Makawe as District 8-5A Co-Defensive Player of the Year after she posted 61 steals. She also averaged 11.4 points and five rebounds in helping Aledo reach bidistrict.
Sophomore Cameron Huddleston (7.8 points, 3.4 steals) was named to the first team. Junior Bebekah Hissam received second-team honors. Junior Kara Williams, along with seniors Treva Davis and Hannah Hauessler are honorable mentions.
Junior Maddie Dorris was chosen for the second team by the coaches in District 4-6A. The Lady Kangaroos narrowly missed reaching the postseason, finishing fifth in district.
Junior Kailin Davis received honorable mention, along with sophomores Vasha Moore and Gracie Ferguson.
Dorris and Davis joined senior Minna Haddadi among academic all-district accolades.
Junior Tracy Johnson was the lone Lady Monarch selected to the All-11-2A first team. She passed the 1,000-point mark in career scoring this season.
Junior Katie Cumbie was picked for the second team. Freshman Ryan Jennings, sophomore Kallie Cumbie and senior Monika Naron were among honorable mentions.
"I think Tracy is one of the best players in the state at our level, and I feel I can honestly say that from my many years of experience and knowledge of players I have coached and watched all over the state," said Poolville coach Woody Young.