Wolfe City’s high-scoring post player Colten Quirl earned top honors on the All-District 15-A basketball team.
Quirl, who averaged close to 20 points per game, captured offensive player of the year honors.
Rodney Godwin, who took over Bland’s coaching duties shortly before the school year started, shared coach of the year honors with Jimmy English of Trenton and Blue Ridge’s Jason Wilson. Godwin guided the Tigers to a bi-district title.
Bland juniors Thomas Sourber and Chris Brown were selected to the first team, while their teammate Cameron Turner was selected to the second team.
Wolfe City senior Malik Gaffney and Justin Wilkinson were named to the first an d second teams.
Boles junior Cameron Walker made the first team and senior Ross Bostic was on the second team.
Boys Basketball Team
Most valuable player — Lane Henderson, Trenton, Jr.
Offensive player of the year — Colten Quirl, Wolfe City, Jr.
Defensive player of the year — Brevin Wiggins, Blue Ridge, So.
Newcomer of the year — Harrison Martin, Blue Ridge, Fr.
Coaches of the year — Jimmy English, Trenton; Jason Wilson, Blue Ridge; Rodney Godwin, Bland.
Thomas Sourber Bland Jr.
Chris Brown Bland Jr.
Ty Agan Blue Ridge So.
Cameron Walker Boles Jr.
Devin Hanley Sam Rayburn Sr.
J.J. Foreman Trenton Sr.
Bailey Burks Trenton Sr.
Malik Gaffney Wolfe City Sr.
Cameron Turner Bland Jr.
Thomas Weatherford Blue Ridge Sr.
Brody Worth Blue Ridge Jr.
Ross Bostic Boles Sr.
Tyler Connelly Trenton Sr.
Justin Wilkinson Wolfe City Sr.
Bland: Juan Aviles, Sr.; Brayton Godwin, Sr.; Glen Quezada, Sr.
Celeste: Austin Shatto, Sr.; Tim Herman, Sr.
Sam Rayburn: Taylor Dollgener, Sr.; Klayton Keeton, Jr.
Wolfe City: Hunter Bostick, Jr.; Tim Lloyd, Wolfe City, Sr.
Trenton: Kyle Wylie, Sr.; Garrett Puyear, Sr.
Blue Ridge: Colby Quillin, Jr.; Garrett Jones, Fr.; Konner Walker, So.; Travis Jones, Jr.