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// Savvy veterans and fresh faces combine for impressive roster

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Lucious Brown – Stadium – Sr. - 6-6 - Point Guard/Forward

Brown was voted MVP of the 4A Narrows League. The big guard overpowered defenders on the outside and inside and his quickness and passing ability surprised and overwhelmed opponents. He averaged a triple-double 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, leading a surprise Tigers team to a 4A Narrows league title and the Regional Finals.

Ar’Mond Davis – Foss – Sr. – 6-5 – Shooting Guard

Davis led both 4A and 3A Narrows in scoring with 26 points a game. He was a deep threat from the outside and amazing in transition. Spectacular dunks and the consummate Go-To Threat. Davis led the Falcons deep into the playoffs, falling one game short of the 3A State Tournament.

Alphonso Anderson – Wilson – Soph. – 6-7 – Forward

The young Anderson averaged a double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds per game. After dominating the glass and working well from the high and low posts, Anderson was able to step out and drop the mid-range jumper and was also a threat from the 3-point line. Alphonso helped lead Wilson to the 3A Narrows League Title and the 3A State Tournament where he was voted first team All-Tournament.

David Jenkins – Wilson – Soph. – 6-0 – Shooting Guard

Jenkins displayed veteran defensive skills and a cool hand under pressure all season. He averaged 14 points and 5 rebounds as a steady and clutch performer for the Rams. David was voted first-team 3A Narrows.

Ivy Smith Jr. – Wilson – Jr. – 5-10 – Point Guard

The toughest selection from a city rich in excellent point guards. Smith’s 12 points and 5 assists a game, coupled with a 3A Narrows League Title and a post-season driving the Rams to just one victory from the State 3A Championship Game gives the talented, flashy guard the nod for first-team.


Londrell Hamilton – Lincoln – Fr. – 5-11 – PG

Jamal Welch – Wilson – Sr. – 6-1 – SG/F

Bobby Moorehead – Stadium – Jr. – 6-6 – F

Mar’Kese Jackson – Bellarmine – Sr. – 6-3 - SG

Justice Martion – Lincoln – Sr.- 6-6 – F


Ahmaad Rorie – Lincoln – Sr. – 6-0 - PG

Olashawan Miller – Foss – Sr. – 6-4 – F

Brandon Stoehr – Tacoma Baptist – Jr. - 6-0 – PG/SG

Josiah Barsh – Lincoln – Jr. – 6-1 – SG/F

Trevion Brown – Lincoln – Soph. – 5-11 – SG


Dayton Pascua – Tacoma Baptist – Jr., Keun Thompson – Wilson – Jr., Montre Brown – Wilson Soph., Malachi Flynn – Bellarmine – Soph., Malik Mayeax – Stadium – Sr., Dionte Simon – Lincoln – Soph.

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