District 19-5A boys basketball released its awards at the conclusion of the season and despite having no superlatives this year, the Magnolia ISD programs were well-represented on the teams.
Taking the biggest award was Katy Paetow senior Davion Sargent, who led the district champions and claimed the Most Valuable Player award.
A&M Consolidated senior Jaylen Harrison was named the league’s Most Valuable Offensive Player.
The Most Valuable Defensive Player was shared by Timothy Bradford, a senior at A&M Consolidated and Waller sophomore Isaiah Blair.
Paetow sophomore Charles Chuckwu was the Newcomer of the Year.
Paetow’s Michael Niemi and Consol’s Andrew Dailey shared Coach of the Year honors.
Magnolia, the third-place finisher in the league under coach Derek Cain, was represented on the first team by senior Lawson Lowry and junior Connor Lindvall.
Magnolia Weset had one first team selection in Ty Finch, a junior.
Other first team selections included Paetow’s Sargent, Trevor Frank and David Bradley.
Consol had four first team picks in Harrison, Bradford, Reece Peel and Nate Floyd.
Waller had two first team honorees in Blair and Jackson Mayes.
Rounding out first team was Yann Toussom (Brenham) and Kentun King (Bryan Rudder).
Magnolia had one second team pick in junior Andrew Bailey while Magnolia West had one as well in sophomore Jacob Homer.
Paetow had two second team picks in Chuckwu and Joel Delva and Waller had two as well in Jalon Duncan and Carlton Guillory. College Station also had two selections in Owen North and Jaden Hall.
Bryce Smith (Consol), Grayson Adams (Rudder) and Andrew Walton (Brenham) rounded out the second team.
For Magnolia, Jordan Ratliff, Hezekiah Livings and Mason Machado were honorable mentions.
Honorable mentions from Magnolia West were Reed Coleman, JP Ellwanger and Arquez Green.