District 5-3A Coaches Announce All-District Teams, Award Winners

Monday, February 22, 2021


District 5-3A coaches have announced their 2020-2021 All-District Teams, as well as players and coaches of the year:

Girls:

Player of the Year: Anna Muhonen – Bradley Central

Hannah Jones - Bradley Central
Kelsey Carman – Bradley Central
Jamia Williams – Bradley Central
Ashlan Crittenden – Bradley Central
Sloan Carpenter – Bradley Central
Jamaryn Blair – Cleveland
Jadyn Chestnut – Cleveland
Mariyah Person – Cleveland
Brenna Drake – Cleveland
McKenna Hayes – East Hamilton
Peyton Oliver – McMinn County
Jada Mack – McMinn County
Brooklyn Stinnett – McMinn County
Addie Smith – McMinn County
Michele Benson – Walker valley
Cayci Davis – Walker Valley
Honorable Mentions: Alexia Jackson (Cleveland), MacKenzie Bernier (Ooltewah), Jada Trimier, Becca Morgan (Soddy Daisy)

Co-Coaches of the Year: Jason Reuter, Bradley Central & Tony Williams, Cleveland

Boys 

Player of the Year: Kley McGowan - Cleveland

Marcus Long - East Hamilton
Darwin Randolph - East Hamilton
Grant Hurst - Cleveland 
Seth Sausfield - Walker Valley
Mason Rothwell – Bradley Central
DeLeon Petty - Ooltewah
Cade Pendleton – East Hamilton
Tucker Green – Bradley Central
Jordan Harris – East Hamilton
Ty Runyan - Mcminn County
Hayden Moore – Walker Valley
Andrew Beavers - McMinn County
Hayden Frank – McMinn County
Logan Ricketts – Soddy Daisy
Will Ackerman - Soddy Daisy
Haynes Eller – East Hamilton
Rodney Broadnax - Cleveland  

Coach of the Year: Andy Webb – East Hamilton




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