Lady Wolves named to 4-4A All-District Team
By Lisa Soileaux
Despite falling short of their goal in qualifying for the state basketball tournament for the 2013-2014 season, the Rayne High Lady Wolves made their mark during 4-4A All-District selections.
Leading his team to back-to-back district titles with a flawless district slate and into the second round of the playoffs, Rayne High’s Chester Randall was named the district’s Coach of the Year for the second straight year.
“We had a good season,” stated Randall. “We went undefeated in district and fell a little short in playoffs, but we still had a good season. We are still a young team and look forward to next year.”
Washington-Marion’s Ashley Cherry was named the district’s Most Valuable Player. The senior leader posted a 27-point average per game, in addition to 13 rebounds.
The lone Lady Wolf named to the Offensive 1st Team was sophomore guard Charlesha Dugas. She led Rayne scorers with an average of 17 points per game with two rebounds.
Completing 1st Team Offense selections were Helena Tibbs of Beau Chene, Lagrange’s Davia Landry and Crowley’s Ahanne Plummer.
Lady Wolves announced to the Offensive 2nd Team were center Whitley Larry and guard Tori Carriere.
Larry led the team in blocks in her sophomore campaign, while Carriere, the team’s only senior, was a weapon from the 3-point range.
Completing Offensive 2nd Team selections were Maya Malbreaux of Beau Chene, Maya Rogers of Crowley and Eunice’s Deshae Vigers.
Named to the disrict’s Defensive Team was Rayne High guard Tanner Wilson. She lead the team with steals during her junior season.
Wilson was joined in defensive selections by Kaytrell William of Opelousas, Yahaira Reed of Washington-Marion, Shania Papillion of Lagrange, Anna Milton of Beau Chene, Taylor Dapremont of Crowley and Kate McLemore of Eunice.
Honorable mention picks to complete All-District selections include Ashley Washington and Cierra Harmon of Eunice; Natatha Miles, Dana Duriso and Sydney Stewart of Opelousas; Brije Williams of Lagrange; Dasia Victor and Yahaira Reed of Washington-Marion; Mariah Nero and Kera Milton of Beau Chene; and Teara Breaux of Crowley.