Stewart, Alexander named all-conference
Cloud County Community College sophomores Shaun Stewart and Jordyn Alexander have been named first team All-Jayhawk Conference Western Division.
Stewart, a 6-1 guard, led the Cloud County men in scoring at 21.6 points per game. He also averaged 5.8 rebounds and hit 93 of 231 three-point attempts for 40 percent.
Alexander, a 6-0 post player, was the leading scorer (16.4) and rebounder (7.9) for the Cloud County women. She shot 55 percent from the field and 83 percent from the free throw line.
The Cloud County men had freshman guard Lorenzo Dillard receive all-conference honorable mention. He averaged 17 points and 4.6 rebounds per contest, and led the Thunderbirds with 151 assists.
Cloud County's Jayna Smith, a sophomore forward, also received all-conference honorable mention. She averaged 13.3 points and 7.4 rebounds.
Joining Stewart on the men's all-conference first team were Kadeem Allen, Hutchinson; Niem Stevenson, Seward County; Coreontae DeBerry, Hutchinson; and Jeremiah Ingram, Colby.
Second-team selections include Kevin Alen, Pratt; Javis Flynn, Pratt; EJ Eaves, Dodge City; Tyler Corley, Barton; Secean Johnson, Seward County; and Malcolm Hill-Bey, Seward County.
Receiving honorable mention include Robert Davis, Pratt; Brian Bridgeworth, Seward County; Jeremy Wilson, Garden City; Jade Cathey, Garden City; Raheem Johnson, Barton; and Darvis Gibson, Barton.
Allen was selected as the Most Valuable Player.
Stevenson was named the Freshman of the Year, and Johnson was tabbed the Defensive Player of the Year.
Bryan Zollinger, Seward County, was named the Coach of the Year.
Women named to the first team along with Alexander include Tatiana Grant, Pratt; Jamie Patrick, Hutchinson; Kalani Purcel, Hutchinson; and Shanise Brooks, Seward County.
Second-team selections include Shaquanna Collins, Garden City; Jen'Von'Ta Hill, Hutchinson; Korina Chapman, Seward County; Alan Simon, Seward County, and Cheyenne Hedrington, Barton.
Receiving honorable mention include Kesha Buckner, Dodge City; Ashton Bruner, Barton; Kelli Tollar, Dodge City; Marina Lambert, Barton; Sandra Davis, Garden City; and Elle Stein, Pratt.
Grant was named the Most Valuable Player.
Purcell was chosen as the Freshman of the Year.
John Ontjes, Hutchinson, was selected the Coach of the Year.
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