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Lady Cats Scholl and Weaver earn first team all-district nods


Two Henrietta Lady Cats were named first team selections on the 8-2A All-District list announced Monday.

Senior Anni Scholl and sophomore Kamryn Weaver are a part of the district’s standouts. Also named first team are Holliday sophomore Jaren Parker; Nocona seniors Kealy Walker, Macy Marshall and Jacie Mitchell; Jacksboro senior Kelsey Laake; City View sophomore Breianna Jackson and senior Avery Cave; and Bowie sophomores River Romine and Brittney Pound, and freshman Addy Cook.

Sophomore Courtney Brady and senior Madison Wallace represented district champion Bowie as Co-MVP, while teammate Logan McMurray, a junior, earned Defensive MVP. The lady ‘Rabbits also earned Coaching Staff of the Year. The Offensive MVP award was earned by City View senior LeWanda Gardner, while Holliday freshman Mackenzie Neal was honored as Newcomer of the Year.

Earning second team honors are Holliday freshman Kenli Bedingfield and junior Miami Robertson, Nocona senior Reagan Barrett and junior Victoria Fatheree, Jacksboro senior Darby Perry, City View junior McKayla Rameriz, and Bowie sophomore Madison Little and freshman Haylie Bell.

Herietta’s Andi Stewart and Sierra Burkhart earned honorable mentions, along with Lily Gill and Taylor Thompson of Bowie, Kacy Stevens of Holliday, Bayley Richardson and Ashley Lane of Jacksboro, Cassidy Young and Cassidy Roberts of City View, and Ashley Henley and Jaylyn Blevins of Nocona.

Lady Cats earning academic all-district are Scholl, Brooke Hoff, Cassie Pickett, Callie Page, Weaver and Kagen Campbell.


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