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March 31, 2013

Davidson sisters of Campbell earn top honors in 23-A

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

GREENVILLE —    Sisters Haley and Jordan Davidson, who helped Campbell advance three rounds in the basketball playoffs, earned two of the top honors in District 23-A.

   Haley Davidson, who is a junior, captured most valuable player honors. She led the Lady Indians in scoring in nearly every game this season, including a 19-point effort against No. 1 state ranked Saltillo in the regional quarterfinals. Satillo, which beat Campbell 51-23, reached the Division II state finals.

  Jordan Davidson, often the Lady Indians’ second-leading scorer in games this season, claimed the newcomer of the year award. She’s a freshman.

  Sophomore Sarah Taylor also earned first-team honors for the Lady Indians, who finished with a 22-10 season record after starting out 2-6.

  Campbell senior Breanna Ashmore made the second team.

  Yantis earned the other three top honors including offensive player of the year (Angelica Sandoval), defensive player of the year (Lila Hurley) and coach of the year (Tina Carrillo).

                 All-District 23-A

          Girls Basketball Team

   Most valuable player — Haley Davidson, Campbell, Jr.

  Offensive player of the year — Angelica Sandoval, Yantis, Jr.

  Defensive player of the year — Lila Hurley, Yantis, Jr.

  Newcomer of the year — Jordan Davidson, Campbell, Fr.

  Coach of the year — Tina Carrillo, Yantis.

   FIRST TEAM

Sarah Taylor        Campbell         So.

Karen Crane        Fruitvale          So.

Sarah Johnson    Fruitvale           Sr.

Amberly Hetmer   Fruitvale          Sr.

Josey Wetzel        Yantis             So.

Molly Bell              Yantis              Jr.

Bailey Penny         Miller Grove    Fr.

SECOND TEAM

Shelbi Potts           Miller Grove   Jr.

Emma Shaw          Fruitvale        So.

Chelsea Watson    Fruitvale        Sr.

Maria Garcia          Yantis            Sr.

Lilly Fernandez       Yantis           Jr.

Myranda Flatt         Trinidad        So.

Whitney Swanson   Trinidad       Jr.

Breanna Ashmore   Campbell    Sr.

      HONORABLE MENTION

  Campbell: Amanda Olveda, Sr.; Rebeca Christensen, Sr.; Emily Ashmore, Fr.; Caitlyn Branton, Fr.; Kaylin Stigall, Fr.

  Fruitvale: Bryli Stanley, Fr.

  Yantis: Destiny Garus, Jr.; Courtney Ogle, So.

  Trinidad: Lanisha Boggas, So.; Haley Stanfield, So.; Heather Monroe, Fr.

  Miller Grove: Kelsey Steele, Sr.; Alma DelCastillo, Jr.

 

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