Upshaw, Clemons, Calvin Voted To TSWA DII All-State Teams

Saturday, April 6, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Baylor’s Reggie Upshaw and Kaleigh Clemons and McCallie’s Jamaal Calvin have been voted to Division II all-state basketball teams by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.

THE TEAMS

TSWA Division II Boys All-State Team

Austin Nichols (Briarcrest)
Corn Elder (Ensworth)
Reggie Upshaw (Baylor)
Cameron Payne (Lausanne)
Skal Labissiere (ECS)
Burton Sampson (Webb)
Donnovan Spralls (Briarcrest)
Nourse Fox (MUS)
Josh Bougher (Christian Brothers)
Denio Chirindja (Lausanne)
Josh Phillips (Pope John Paul II)
Justin Jenkins (Webb)
Jamaal Calvin (McCallie)

TSWA Division II Girls All-State Team

Jasmine Cincore (Briarcrest)
Kennesha Nichols (Ensworth)
Justice Swett (Ensworth)
Eliza Edwards (USJ)
Derica Wyatt (FRA)
Kaylah Keys (Harding Academy)
Micah Sheetz (Webb)
Katie Collier (Webb)
Molly Melton (Webb)
Kaleigh Clemons (Baylor)

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.

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