Frankston senior Jameka King was named the District 19-2A Most Valuable Player after she helped her team win the district title.
King was joined on the District 19-2A team by teammate Veronica Dewberry, who was selected as the Most Defensive Blocker and first-team members Brandi Field, a junior, and Randi Marshall, a senior. Frankston’s Megan Parker, a sophomore was selected to the second team.
Grapeland junior Chasity Huff was the Most Valuable Setter while teammates Opal Hughes, a senior, and Christy Willis, a sophomore, were named to the first team. Grapeland’s Courtney Darsey, a senior, and Megan Kendrick, a junior, were second-team selections.
Grapeland head coach Felicia Meador, in her first year at the helm of the Sandiette program, was named the Coach of the Year.
Elkhart’s Kari Haferkamp, a senior, was the district’s Most Defensive Passer while the Lady Elk seniors Kayla Herring and Janae Lock were first-team selections. Elkhart senior Martisa Hallston was a second-team selection.
Following are the complete District 21-2A selections:
Most Valuable Player: Jameka King, senior, Frankston
Most Valuable Setter: Chasity Huff, junior, Grapeland
Most Valuable Server: Tessie Thomas, senior, Cross Roads
Most Offensive Player: Cassie Hale, senior, Malakoff
Most Defensive Passer: Kari Haferkamp, senior, Elkhart
Most Defensive Blocker: Veronica Dewberry, senior, Frankston
Newcomer of the Year: Jamie Hope, freshman, Cross Roads
Coach of the Year: Felicia Meador, Grapeland
Opal Hughes, senior, Grapeland; Christy Willis, sophomore, Grapeland; Brandi Field, junior, Frankston; Randi Marshall, senior, Frankston; Kayla Herring, senior, Elkhart; Janae Lock, senior, Elkhart; Chasity Pryor, sophomore, Cross Roads; Holly Siggelow, senior, Cross Roads; April Carroll, sophomore, Malakoff; Kandra Hale, freshman, Malakoff.
Courtney Darsey, senior, Grapeland; Megan Kendrick, junior, Grapeland; Megan Parker, sophomore, Frankston; Martisa Hallston, senior, Elkhart; Raigen Garrison, sophomore, Malakoff; Janice Richardson, junior, Malakoff; Whitney Houston, senior, Cross Roads; Katie Elledge, sophomore, Cross Roads.