Athletes earn CPC awards
Published 9:00 am Thursday, March 25, 2021
Davie senior McKenzie Stakely won volleyball defensive player of the year, and East Forsyth’s Kadynce Boothe claimed player of the year in the Central Piedmont Conference.
Stakely was joined on the all-CPC team by teammates Abigail Reynolds, a junior, and Kiah Mathis, a sophomore.
Reagan placed the most players on the team (five). They are Kaci Balser, Katherine Liontis, Jordan Smart, Riley Tucker and Caiden Largent. East Forsyth had three (Ava Howard, Maddie Pardue and Trinity Hairson) and West Forsyth two (Clara LaRue and Kennedy Hairston).
The co-coaches of the year were Doug Balser of Reagan and Katie Powers of Reynolds.
Lindsey Adams, 21, earned coach of the year in her rookie year as Davie’s girls basketball coach. One of her sophomores, Elizabeth Johnson, made the all-conference team. The player of the year was West Forsyth’s Shakira Baskerville.
The other all-conference players were La’Niya Simes, Jaydn Hoover, Monay Galloway and Destiny Long from East Forsyth; Alana Gary and Caroline Johnson from West Forsyth; Adrianna Gullette and Amaya Glenn from Reagan; Tyler Lamonte and Amanda Finch from Glenn; and Abby Rice from Reynolds.
Senior Luke Williams and junior Za’Haree Maddox were named all-conference from Davie boys basketball.
The player of the year was Caden Davis of Reynolds, and the co-coaches of the year were Billy Martin of Reynolds and Jonathan Gainey of Glenn.
The other all-conference players were Tyreik Leach, Ahmon Lumpkins and Wyatt Mowery of Reynolds; Jeremiah Scales, Zion Dixon and CJ Vaughn of Glenn; Will Gray and Xavier Isaac of East Forsyth; Bralen Morris of West Forsyth; and Jalill Rogers of Reagan.