BHS’s Levi, Mingo 1st-team all-district players
Published 1:09 pm Monday, March 27, 2017
Two Bogalusa players were named first-team all-district players in the 7-3A league, and one more made the second team.
Tramarcus Levi and B.J. Mingo were selected to the first team.
Levi tallied 17.3 points per contest in district play. Mingo posted 15.6 points per district game.
Laster Hills was picked for the second team.
Hills posted 14.3 points per game in league play
Several others were named honorable mention all-district players, including Dominique Tillman, Thomas Turner, Jaylen Brickmore, Kim McGowan and Timahj Peyton.
Tillman averaged 8.3 points per game in district. Turner was at 10.7 per league contest. Brickmore had 2.8 a game in league play. McGowan averaged 2.7 points in league play. Peyton put up 3.5 per district game.
Bogalusa made the playoffs as the No. 25 team, but lost to eighth-seeded Donaldsonville, 67-56, in the bi-district round. Donaldsonville made it to the regional round.
Albany’s Sean Sykes is the league’s Most Valuable Player while Amite’s Tyrus Wheat is the defensive MVP and Amite’s Ronald Cox is the District 7-3A Coach of the Year.
Amite advanced to the regional round of the playoffs as the No. 20-seed, but lost to fourth-seeded Ville Platte, 49-48. Ville Platte made the quarterfinals.
The rest of the first-team players are Wheat and teammate Devonta Smith, along with Independence’s Melvin Baker.
Five other players made the second team, including Amite teammates Izarius Grady, Josh Montgomery and Devonte Lee, Jewel Sumner’s Javaris Donnett and Independence’s Deangelo Gaines.
The rest of the honorable mention players are Albany teammates Damien McAlister and Albany’s Tyler Quamme, Amite teammates Ladarion Lee and Tyoy Wyre, Independence’s Marquis Baker, Antonio Hampton and Jeanquel Helmes, and Jewel Sumner’s Carlones Coleman, Michael Evans, Charles Robertson, Cameron Lee and Chester Martin.