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Five of the top basketball honors in District 13-1A, Division II have been given to Nolan County athletes.
District champion and state semifinalist Highland won two top girls honors, as Sierra Allen was named District 13-1Aâ€™s MVP and Kelsi Johns was the districtâ€™s newcomer of the year, while Eva Aguayo of district runnerup and regional quarterfinalist Roscoe was named the defensive player of the year in District 13-1A. Also on the first team for High-land were Beth Richburg, Madison Moseley, Hannah Allen and Sydny Helbert, with Highlandâ€™s Schylar Kimbrell receiving all-district honorable mention.
Roscoeâ€™s other all-district honorees were Sam Ortega and Sunshine Talamantez. Earning honorable mention for the Plowgirls were Shel-by Brown, Ashton Payne, Selena Perez and Whitney Williams. Sierra Allen, Hannah Allen, Richburg, Helbert, Johns, Morgan Monroe, Kara McNeely and Kaylee Martin of Highland and Aguayo, Payne, Wil-liams, Talamantez, Amber Craig and Cassie Chavira of Roscoe are on the District 13-1A all-academic team.
Getting top honors on the 13-1A boys team were Jesus Leanos of Roscoe, who was chosen the offensive MVP, and Isaac Rios of Highland, the newcomer of the year.
Highlandâ€™s Ethan Wilson and Jacob Richburg and Roscoeâ€™s Javier Leanos and Cutter Davila also made the all-district team.
In addition, Highlandâ€™s Kevin Box, Brandon Stevens and Michael Hyde received all-district honorable men-tion in 13-1A.