, Corbin, KY

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March 21, 2013

The Media's Picks

Clay’s McDaniel, Bell’s Morris named 13th Region Media Boys and Girls Players of the Year




(Listed in order of highest vote point total)

F – Stephon Lyttle, Clay County

C  – John Simpson, Pineville

G – Hunter Grubb, Corbin  

F – Marty Bowling, Clay County

G – Matthew Barger, K. Central

Third Team

(Listed in order of highest vote point total)

G – Marcus Carson, No. Laurel

C – Jake Allen, North Laurel

C – Robbie Igo, Corbin   

G – Alex Sergent, Harlan County

(tie) G – Donnie Foister, M’boro

(tie) G – Kody Reed, Clay County

Honorable Mention

(Listed in order of highest vote point total)

Kendrick Henson, North Laurel; Tyler Potter, Bell County; Erik Young, Red Bird; Steven Wagers, Jackson County; Jeffrey Adams, Knox Central; Austin Poindexter, Middlesboro; Blake Sanders, South Laurel; Aaron Caldwell, Harlan County; Michael Powers, Whitley County; Corey Shelton, Williamsburg; Skylar Griffith, Williamsburg; Boston Bryant, Whitley County; Zach Farley, Corbin, Alexander Phipps, Barbourville; Kevin Goins, Corbin; Zach Smith; Lynn Camp, Peyton Broughton; North Laurel; Jarrod Rice, Clay County; Tobie Merida, Knox Central; Austin Rush, North Laurel; Trevor Hill, Corbin; David Byron Asher, Pineville; Isaiah Johnson, Harlan.


13th Region Media

First Team

(Listed in order of highest

vote point total)

F – Maci Morris, Bell County

G – Brandi Smith, Whitley Co.

F – Cheyenne Madden, Clay Co.

C – Morgan Chesnut, Clay County

C – Taylor Arthur, South Laurel

Second Team

(Listed in order of highest vote point total)

G – Miranda Wilson, Corbin  

G – Brooklyn Massingill, Harlan Co.

G – Kayla Wilson, Corbin  

F – Kara Erslan, Barbourville

G – Jenna Mills, Knox Central

Third Team (Listed in order of highest vote point total)

G – Mariah Johnson, Whit. Co.

G – Jessica Sanders, Bell County

C – Sarah Evans, Harlan County

G – Kayla Smith, Lynn Camp

C – Kelsey Erslan, Barbourville

Honorable Mention

Bethany Powers, Whitley County; Blair Green, Middlesboro; Hollie Disney, Corbin; Devin Enix, Pineville, Cassi Shippy, Knox Central; Sarah Ashley, Corbin; Jessica May, Lynn Camp; Jourdan Ledford, Harlan; Carissa Conlin, Williamsburg; Kendall Ellington, North Laurel; Emily Clonce, South Laurel;  Kaitlyn Stittums, Harlan County; Merita Burke, Lynn Camp; Kandace Craig, Whitley County; Sarah Robinson, Clay County; Cassandra Johnson, South Laurel; Jayci Cotton, Clay County; Morgan Garnett, Bell County.

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