2014 Herald-Leader All-City Basketball Teams

mfields@herald-leader.comApril 3, 2014 

2014 Herald-Leader All-City Basketball Teams

(Determined by coaches' voting)

BOYS

First team

Player, school Class PPG

Jackson Davis, Lafayette Sr. 24.8

Jordan Green, Henry Clay Sr. 20.2

Matt Rose, Lexington Christian Jr. 17.7

Tanner Johnson, Lexington Catholic Jr. 20.0

Darius Williams, Paul Laurence Dunbar So. 20.3

Second team

Jeremiah Tisdale, Henry Clay Jr. 14.4

Jarod Griffin, Lexington Catholic Jr. 11.0

Jordan Fucci, Tates Creek Jr. 15.8

Justin Sanders, Sayre Sr. 17.2

Marcellous Washington, Bryan Station Sr. 11.0

Honorable mention

Daquice Allen (Bryan Station), Lance Blakley (Lafayette), Tequan Claitt (Bryan Station), Robert Dence (Lexington Catholic), Jordan Henry (Bryan Station), Lucky Jackson (Lafayette), Donnie Lewis (Paul Laurence Dunbar), Dequise Robinson (Lafayette), Michael Talbott (Lexington Catholic), Drew Trimble (Lexington Christian), Felix Wilson (Henry Clay), Michael Young (LCA).

GIRLS

First team

Player, school Class PPG

Dee Givens, Lafayette Jr. 16.8

Brooke Todd, Paul Laurence Dunbar Sr. 13.1

Sarah Cooley, Lafayette Sr. 9.6

ShaKeema Jackson, Paul Laurence Dunbar Sr. 18.6

Ashanti Thomas, Lafayette Jr.. 9.6

Second team

Kiara Pankins, Lafayette Fr. 13.2

T'Laya Lyvers, Henry Clay So. 13.6

Rachel Blake, Lexington Catholic Jr. 13.4

Katelin Bundy, Lexington Christian Sr. 17.3

Molly Manella, Sayre Sr. 17.4

Honorable mention

Hayley Blackburn (Tates Creek), Gabby Bowie (Sayre), Baily Browning (Lexington Catholic), Destiny Carter (Henry Clay), Destiny Cozart (Bryan Station), Ken-yake Demus (Lafayette), Holly Huellemeier (Lexington Christian), Ezzy Ighodaro (Paul Laurence Dunbar), Molly Manella (Sayre), J'Lyn Martin (Tates Creek), Jazmine Richmond (Henry Clay), LaKeysha Stennis (Bryan Station).

Mike Fields: (859) 231-3337. Twitter: @MikeFieldsNotes. Blog: fieldsnotes.bloginky.com.

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