Mr. and Miss Basketball finalists announced - WKRN News 2

Mr. and Miss Basketball finalists announced

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association announced the finalists for the Mr. and Miss Basketball Awards Friday.

The annual award is presented to the top male and female athletes in each of the five TSSAA classifications.
 
The finalists for the Mr. and Miss Basketball Award are nominated by high school head coaches and members of the media. This year's finalists are:

Class A Miss Basketball Finalists
Jaycee Coe, Jackson County
Cariona Hassell, Goodpasture
Mendy McNeese, North Greene

Class AA Miss Basketball Finalists
Rachel Bell, Creek Wood
Allison Hodge, Grainger County
Abbey Sissom, Cannon County

Class AAA Miss Basketball Finalists

Crystal Dangerfield, Blackman
Keiana Gilbert, Columbia Central
Alexa Middleton, Riverdale

Division II-A Miss Basketball Finalists
Emily Lytle, Evangelical Christian School
Kaylan Pugh, St. Mary's
Micah Scheetz, Webb School of Knoxville

Division II-AA Miss Basketball Finalists
Jasmine Cincore, Briarcrest
Kennesha Nichols, Ensworth
Kennedy Potts, Harpeth Hall

Class A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Desonta Bradford, Humboldt
Derrick Spears, Middle Tennessee Christian
Levi Woods, Meigs County

Class AA Mr. Basketball Finalists
Braxton Blackwell, Christ Presbyterian Academy
Jordon Varnado, Haywood
LeGerald Vick, Douglass

Class AAA Mr. Basketball Finalists
C.J. Anderson, Arlington
Leron Black, White Station
Daniel Norl, Kenwood

Division II-A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Clay Hertel, Donelson Christian Academy
Rob Marberry, Franklin Road Academy
Justin Wertner, St. George's

Division II-AA Mr. Basketball Finalists
Josh Bougher, Christian Brothers
Andrew Fleming, Ensworth
Slate Rider, Father Ryan

The Mr. and Miss Basketball Awards winners for Division II, Class A and Class AA will be given on Saturday, March 1 at Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University.

Division I, Classes A, AA, and AAA will be given during the championship awards ceremony for each class on Saturday, March 8 at Middle Tennessee State University's Murphy Center followed by Division I, Classes A, AA, and AAA on March 15.

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