Pine player is 2nd-team all-district in 9-2A league

Published 2:15 pm Friday, May 31, 2019

Pine’s Jordan Anderson was named a second-team all-district 9-2A player this season.
Anderson was solid was this season. He averaged 22.3 points, 3.4 assists, seven rebounds and four steals per game.
Amite’s Davonte Lee is the league’s Most Valuable Player and his coach Ronald Cox is the league’s Coach of the Year.
Amite was the No. 19 team in the playoffs and reached the quarterfinals before falling to sixth-seeded and semifinalist Lake Arthur, 59-43.
The first-team players are Independence teammates DeAngelo Gaines and Genord Perry, Pope John Paul II’s Christian Hasemkampf, Northlake Christian School’s Jacob Herrington and Amite’s Troy Wyre.
In addition to Anderson, the rest of the second team includes Pope John Paul II’s Ethan Abbentante, Independence’s Markendrick Andrews, Amite’s Corey McKnight and Northlake Christian School’s Christian Weaver.
Independence made the playoffs as the No. 23 team before losing to No. 10 and regional round team Many.
Northlake Christian was the 12th-seeded Division III team. They made the regionals, but lost to fifth-seeded and quarterfinalist Holy Savior Menard, 75-48.