Meigs and Gallia counties landed a total of nine boys on the District 13 Basketball Coaches Association teams for the 2012-13 campaign, as was voted on by the coaches within the area.
Of the six schools within the Ohio Valley Publishing area, only River Valley failed to land a player on the list. Eastern led the way with three selections, followed by Southern and South Gallia with two apiece. Gallia Academy and Meigs also landed one choice each, and none of the nine selections won any special awards within their specific division.
Senior Max Carnahan was a first-team selection for the Eagles in Division IV, while classmate Kirk Pullins was a second-team choice. Junior Chase Cook was the final EHS honoree after being chosen to the special mention squad.
Sophomore Brayden Greer was a first-team choice for the Rebels in D-4 and was joined by senior teammate Kody Lambert, a special mention selection.
Sophomore Tristen Wolfe was a first-team honoree for the Tornadoes in D-4 and was joined by senior teammate Adam Pape, a special mention choice.
Senior Justin Bailey was a second-team choice for the Blue Devils in D-2, while senior Cody Stewart was a special mention choice in Division III.
District 13 encompasses all the teams located in Lawrence, Jackson, Gallia, Meigs, Washington, Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties.
District 13 Basketball Coaches Association Boys Teams
FIRST TEAM: Evan French, Warren; Jordan Kidd, Vinton County; Joe Burrow, Athens; Evan Maddox, Fairland; Reece Patton, Warren; Tristan Myers, Logan.
SECOND TEAM: Ibi Watson, Athens; Justin Bailey, Gallia Academy; Michael Hall, Warren; L.B. Remy, Vinton County; Cody Midkiff, Fairland.
SPECIAL MENTION: Tyler Neal, Jackson; Corey Hill, Marietta; Anthony McNeal, Logan; Bryce Owings, Vinton County; Kyle Raines, Fairland; Braden Riley, Marietta; Zacciah Saltzman, Athens; Adam McKnight, Marietta.
Coach of the Year: Blane Maddox, Warren.
Co-Players of the Year: Evan French (Warren) and Jordan Kidd (Vinton County).
FIRST TEAM: Zac Carter, Ironton; Trey Fletcher, Ironton; Javon Thompson, Chesapeake; Luke Hammond, Oak Hill; Connor Markins, Coal Grove; Brandon Barnes, South Point.
SECOND TEAM: Max Carney, Federal Hocking; Braden Jones, Alexander; Drew Haislop, Oak Hill; Dakota Hoffman, Belpre; Trevor White, Ironton; Alex Bare, Coal Grove.
SPECIAL MENTION: Jacob Blake, Nelsonville-York; Justus Ousley, Wellston; Shawn Parsons, Federal Hocking; Toriano Smith, Wellston, Dakota Brown, Wellston; Emmit Reed, Nelsonville-York; Nick Therriault, Belpre; Austin Collins, Rock Hill; Cody Stewart, Meigs; Brandon Adkins, South Point.
Coach of the Year: Mark LaFon, Ironton.
Player of the Year: Zac Carter, Ironton.
FIRST TEAM: Justin Mahlmeister, Ironton St. Joseph; Max Carnahan, Eastern; Tyler Rowe, Symmes Valley; Brayden Greer, South Gallia; Tristen Wolfe, Southern; Elijah Rader, Miller.
SECOND TEAM: Austin Shriver, Waterford; Austin Baldwin, Symmes Valley; Kirk Pullins, Eastern; Eli Lewis, Ironton St. Joe; Trey Scott, Ironton St. Joe.
SPECIAL MENTION: Skylar Hook, Miller; Chase Cook, Eastern; Jake Kish, Trimble; Kody Lambert, South Gallia; D.J. Miller, Symmes Valley; Brian Moore, Waterford; Adam Pape, Southern.
Coach of the Year: Donnie Saunders, Symmes Valley.
Player of the Year: Justin Mahlmeister, Ironton St. Joe.