13 War Eagles earn all CPC honors

Published 9:05 am Thursday, March 24, 2022

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Senior Za’haree Maddox was named to the All-Central Piedmont Conference team from Davie boys basketball. Will Gray and Monty Gray won player of the year and coach of the year.

The rest of the all-conference team: East Forsyth’s Braxton Stewart and Matt Joines; Glenn’s Zion Dixon, Chol Adichol and Anthony Davis; Mt. Tabor’s Jamarius Peterkin, Finley Simmons and Shaarius Peterkin; Reagan’s Jalill Rogers, KJ Ford; and Reynolds’ Marc Raye Jr., Kenaz McMillian and Eli Calhoun.


Making all-conference from Davie girls basketball were junior Somer Johnson and sophomore Kenadi Gentry.

East Forsyth’s La’Niya Simes and Aaron Grier were named player of the year and coach of the year, respectively.

The rest of the team: East Forsyth’s Natalie Axtell and Toyia Rooks; Reagan’s Amaya Glenn, Charlotte Craver and Emma Pendleton; Reynolds’ Abigail Rice, Destiny Thompson and Elliott Jessup; West Forsyth’s Abby Hunter; Parkland’s Justace Williams; Glenn’s Jordan Fisher and Alyssa Jessup; and Mt. Tabor’s Ava Hairston.


Six seniors, two juniors and one sophomore made all-conference from Davie wrestling. They were seniors Lane Hill, Sam Collins, Ramiro Gutierrez, Collin Bailey, Isaac Webb and Jack Jarvis. Lawson Hire and Charlie Frye made it as juniors, and Hunter Testa made the list as a sophomore.


Sophomore Earnhardt Harris of Davie boys swimming made all-conference by finishing second in the 100 butterfly.

The boys swimmer of the year was West Forsyth’s Logan McDonald. The swimmer of the year in girls was Reynolds’ Jane Fitzgerald. The boys coach of the year was West Forsyth’s Sandy Thomerson. And the coach of the year in girls was Reynolds’ Caroline Bronson.