Jonesboro's Austin Donaldson, a Chattanooga signee, was the engine that ran two-time state champion Jonesboro's offense. (PHOTO: Steve Knight)

ALL-SOUTHERN CRESCENT BASKETBALL: Fayette, Clayton County players dominate first Crescent Buzz all-area teams

Jonesboro's Austin Donaldson, a Chattanooga signee, was the engine that ran two-time state champion Jonesboro's offense. (PHOTO: Steve Knight)

Jonesboro’s Austin Donaldson, a Chattanooga signee, was the engine that ran two-time state champion Jonesboro’s offense. (PHOTO: Steve Knight)

Considered one of the state's best pure point guards, Turner averaged almost seven assists per game for Sandy Creek this season. (File Photo)

Considered one of the state’s best pure point guards, Turner averaged almost seven assists per game for Sandy Creek this season. (File Photo)

North Clayton senior Reginald Scurry poured in close to 18 points a night, helping North Clayton to a Class AAA state tournament berth. (File Photo)

North Clayton senior Reginald Scurry poured in close to 18 points a night, helping North Clayton to a Class AAA state tournament berth. (File Photo)

Jessica Storr has been Eagle's Landing's top scorer for the past two seasons. She's one of the area's most underrated players. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

Jessica Storr has been Eagle’s Landing’s top scorer for the past two seasons. She’s one of the area’s most underrated players. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

 

BOYS Co-Players of the Year: M.J. Walker (Jonesboro) an Jordan Lyons (McIntosh).

FIRST TEAM
Tracy Hector, Jonesboro
M.J. Walker, Jonesboro
Jordan Lyons, McIntosh
Will Washington, McIntosh
Austin Donaldson, Jonesboro

SECOND TEAM
Elias Harden, Sandy Creek
Maleek Taylor, Drew
Darius Alexander, Stockbridge
Christian Turner, Sandy Creek
Dishon Lowery, Mcintosh
DeAntre Mack, Jonesboro

HONORABLE MENTION

Demaree Walker, Griffin
Kenny Lewis, Fayette County
Ari Zorns, Mount Zion
Chase Walter, McIntosh
Andre Banton, Luella
Deontae’ McClanahan, Woodland
Darius Howard, Eagle’s Landing
Shaquille Booker, Morrow
Reginald Scurry, North Clayton
Corderius Hastings, Griffin
Ronald McCloud, Stockbridge
Jared Tate, Mundy’s Mill
Jamari Smith, Jonesboro


GIRLS Player of the Year: Cassidy Williams, McIntosh
FIRST TEAM:
Jada Coggins, Whitewater
Kayla Smith, Fayette County
Cassidy Williams, McIntosh
Michaelle Smith, Jonesboro
Tyiesha Juhan, Mount Zion

SECOND TEAM
Desiree Corbin, Griffin
Da’Ja Green, Morrow
Vanessa Blagmon, Woodland
Jessica Storr, Eagle’s Landing
Andeija Puckett, Griffin

HONORABLE MENTION
Kanisha Tharpe, Forest Park
Jada Hargrove, Drew
Sada Jacobs
Breasia McElrath, Forest Park
Zaundra Stevens, Woodland
Janessa Murphy, Dutchtown
Kamera Harris, Dutchtown
Tiarra Scott, Dutchtown
Brianna Britney, Sandy Creek
Kerry Watson, Forest Park
Morgan Jones, Our Lady of Mercy
Whitney Williams, Fayette County
Saadia Munford, Jonesboro
Victoria Sutton, Jonesboro

Deja Puckett, a 6-foot-3 sophomore, had an impressive 16-point, 11-rebound per game season for Griffin. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

Deja Puckett, a 6-foot-3 sophomore, had an impressive 16-point, 11-rebound per game season for Griffin. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

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  1. Reply Post By Kirk Arnold

    Man how could you’ll leave off Kelsee Arnold of mundy’s Mill High School. When you look at her over all body of work. 3 time all region selection 2 time first team region 4 AAAAA, 2 time all clayton county selection, over 1,000 career points. Averaged 15ppg, 4.6spg, 3apg,3.9rpg all while doing it on a team where the defence was totally geared to try and stop her. Also one of the top three point shooters in GA.

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