Mt. Hermon’s Williams, Brumfield are 1st-team all-district
Published 1:38 pm Friday, July 17, 2020
Two Mt. Hermon School basketball players are first-team all-district players in the 7-B league.
Tevin Williams and Travell Brumfield made the top team.
Both players averaged a double-double in district play.
Williams went for 19.5 points per game along with 12.3 rebounds to go with three assists and 4.2 rebounds.
Brumfield nearly averaged a triple-double in district.
Brumfield posted 13.8 points and 10.2 boards and 8.4 assists per game along with 6.3 steals per contest.
One Yellow Jackets’ player is on the second-team in Michquel Spears.
Spears averaged 13.6 points a game in district, while dishing out three assists and 4.7 steals per contest.
Mt. Hermon has two all-district honorable-mention in Lafell Thomas and Keondre Bunch.
This year, Mt. Hermon School made the playoffs as the 15th-seeded team and reached the regionals, but lost to state champion and second-seeded Doyline, 83-67.
Runnels’ Collin Coates is the league’s Most Valuable Player.
Runnels was the second-seeded team in Division V and reached the state title game before being defeated by top-seeded Jehovah-Jireh, 64-45, to finish as state runner-up.
Holden’s Nathan Raymond received posthumous district honors.
Besides Williams, Brumfield and Coates, the rest of the first-team all-district players includes, Runnels’ Ben Holliday and Holden’s Hartland Litolff.
Holden was the 16th-seeded team in Class B, but lost in the opening round to regional round team No. 16 Florien, 87-83, in overtime.
Besides Spears, the rest of the second team features Holden’s Dylan Gueldner, Runnels teammates Phillip Lukinovich and Wesley Stevenson and Christ Episcopal School’s Diego Davie.
Christ Episcopal School made the Division V postseason as the seventh-seeded team,but lost to No. 10 and quarterfinalist University Academy of Central Louisiana, 54-39.
Besides Thomas and Bunch, the rest of the all-district honorable-mention players are Holden teammates Nick Forbes and Coley Courtney, Christ Episcopal School teammates Andrew Kerr, Bennett Briggs and Parker Richardson and Runnels teammates Ben Stafford and Jack Kahn.