Lincoln?s Harr?win second?Player of the?Year award?Lincoln County?s Savannah Harr?has become a two-time girls basketball?Player of the Year in the Southern Division III.
She was named in the poll published?by NevadaPreps in the Las Vegas Review-Journal as voted on by the coaches.
Harr, a senior, is thought to be the first?girl from Lincoln County to receive the?award since Jamie Phillips was a two?time selection in 1999, 2000. Although?Marissa Smerek may also have won?twice in her time.
Others from Lincoln on First Team?are Hannah Hafen and Easton Tingey.?Crystal Jackson was named on Second?Team.
The Lady Lynx (23-4) won the Southern Division regular season with a 15-1?mark, but were upset in the semifinals?of the league tournament by Agassi?Prep.
Harr was the leading scorer for all the?teams reporting in Southern Division III?with 294 points (11.6 ppg), 80 rebounds,?95 assists and 116 steals.
Repeat state champion White Pine did?not report their season statistics. However, the Bobcats did place Ashlyn Huntington and Debra Kingston on First?Team with Emily Bischoff on Second?Team.
Shalonie Hutchinson of Agassi Prep?was Coach of the Year for the girls and?Gary Hannig of state champion The?Meadows on the men?s side.
In Division IV, Karley Whipple, Allyse Frehner and Madalyn Taylor of?Pahranagat Valley were all named to the?First Team with Alyson Egbert on Second Team.
Alyssa Hanks and Hannah Swafford,?both of Round Mountain, were named?as Co-MVP?s. It is the second consecutive year for Hanks as she shared the?same honor last year with Pahranagat?s?Jamie Hansen. Coach of the Year was?Aimee Senior of Beatty.
For the boys, Culen Highbe of?Pahranagat was the only Panther on?First Team. Cody Williams and Jacob Roemer were selected to Second?Team.
Most Valuable Player was Trent McCall from Word of Life, and Coach of the?Year, Percy Lockett, Word of Life.
Divison III Honors
Epstein, Meadows; Hank, Calvary?Chapel; Gray, Mountain View; Corey?Anderson, Laughlin; Williams, Agassi?Prep; Diers, Calvary Chapel; Brooks,?Mountain View.
Tyrell Brooks, Mountain View;?Ethan Fridman, Meadows; Trenton Poe-Evans, Needles; Stephan?LauShaul, Agassi Prep; Christian?Bennett, Mountain View; Asheesh?Chopra, Meadows; Cameron Varela,?Calvary Chapel.
Player of the Year: Max Hisatake,?Meadows
Coach of the Year: Gary Hannig,?Meadows
Division IV Honors
D?Quan Porchia, Spring Mountain;?Guy Whitley, Spring Mountain; Jake?Buchman, Adelson School; Jacob Elharrar, Adelson School; Paul Kelker, Word?of Life; Culen Highbe, Pahranagat Valley; Elijah Hoye, Word of Life; Luiz Gonzales, Beaver Dam.
Darius Pierre, Spring Mountain;?Tyrese Cook, Spring Mountain; Wyatt?Robinson, Sandy Valley; Nick Miramontes, Beaver Dam; Payton Brown,?Round Mountain; Austin Hayes, Round?Mountain; Cody Williams, Pahranagat?Valley; Jacob Roemer, Pahranagat Valley.
Most Valuable Player: Trent McCall, Word of Life
Coach of the Year: Percy Lockett,?Word of Life
Division III Honors
Hannah Hafen, Lincoln County; Easton Tingey, Lincoln County; Ashlyn?Huntington, White Pine; Debra Kingston, White Pine; Brenna Chavez, Needles; Destiny Rover, Agassi Prep; Malia?Lee, Calvary Chapel.
Kristal Jackson, Lincoln County;?Emily Bischoff, White Pine; Jayne?Antone, Needles; Paige Murch, Needles; Sharmayne Finley, Agassi Prep;?Brittany Schelper, Laughlin; Tayah?De?Bouck, Mountain View.
Player of the Year: Savannah Harr,?Lincoln County
Coach of the Year: Shalonie?Hutchinson, Agassi Prep
Division IV Honors
Alexis Madziarek, Round Mountain;?Maggie Cathcart, Beatty; Jailene Hernandez, Beaver Dam; Karley Whipple,?Pahranagat Valley; Allyse Frehner,?Pahranagat Valley; Madalyn Taylor,?Pahranagat Valley; Esmeralda Solano,?Sandy Valley; Ally Otero, Tonopah.
Denise Gonzalez, Beatty; Alexis Gil,?Beatty; Alyson Egbert, Pahranagat Valley; Ari Marich, Round Mountain; Lauren Klapper, Tonopah; Shoshana Wexler, Adelson School; Arie Banks, Word?of Life; Marciela Sandoval, Beaver Dam.
co-Most Valuable Players: Alyssa?Hanks, Round Mountain; Hannah?Swafford, Round Mountain.
Coach of the Year: Aimee Senior, Beatty