Eastern, which won at least a share of both TVC Hocking crowns in boys and girls hoops this winter, led the tri-county area with a total of eight selections — four from each squad.
Eagles coach Howie Caldwell won the coach of the year award for the second consecutive season after guiding EHS to a 14-2 conference record, which ended up being three games better than the rest of the field.
Seniors Tyler Hendrix, Devon Baum and Brayden Pratt were all honored with their first All-TVC accolades in basketball for helping lead the Eagles to their second straight league championship.
Lady Eagles frontman John Burdette also captured the top coaching honors in the TVC Hocking after his squad became the first team to join Waterford atop the standings since the 2004-05 campaign. EHS and Waterford shared the league championship with matching 15-1 records.
Seniors Emeri Connery and Beverly Maxson, as well as freshman Jenna Burdette, were the three Lady Eagles chosen to the 2010-11 All-TVC Hocking team. Connery was the lone repeat selection for the Green and White.
Meigs — the lone TVC Ohio school in the OVP area — was next with four all-league selections, two apiece from each team.
The Marauders, who went winless in TVC Ohio play last season, finished tied for second with Alexander after posting matching 6-4 marks in league play.
Senior Cameron Bolin earned his first All-TVC accolades in hoops, while junior Jesse Smith picked up his second straight selection with MHS.
Matt Combs of league champion Vinton County was named coach of the year, while Alexander senior Jack Hart was named the most valuable player in the TVC Ohio.
The Lady Marauders — who finished tied with Athens for second with identical 6-4 marks — were represented by seniors Morgan Howard and Miranda Grueser, a pair of repeat selections.
TVC Ohio champion Alexander (10-0) swept the big honors, as Whitney Daugherty was named player of the year and Denton Guthrie won coach of the year.
Southern, Wahama and South Gallia all had three selections apiece between the two TVC Hocking lists.
The White Falcons finished as the TVC Hocking runner-up with an 11-5 mark and were represented by senior Matt Arnold and junior Isaac Lee. Junior Ashley Templeton was the lone choice for the Lady Falcons, who finished sixth with a 6-10 record.
The Tornadoes — who finished fifth with a 9-7 league mark — had two selections in senior Zach Manuel and junior Andrew Roseberry. Junior Courtney Thomas was the lone pick for the Lady Tornadoes, who tied with Miller for seventh place with a 3-13 record.
The Lady Rebels — who placed fifth with a 9-7 league record — had two choices in senior Tayler Duncan and junior Chandra Canaday. Junior Cory Haner was the lone selection for the Rebels, who tied with Belpre for sixth place with matching 7-9 records.
All six selections from Wahama, Southern and South Gallia were first-time All-TVC honorees in hoops.
Noah Guthrie of Trimble was named the TVC Hocking most valuable player, while Brooke Drayer of Waterford was chosen as the girls MVP in the Hocking Division.
All-TVC Basketball Teams
Whitney Daugherty* Alexander Sr G
Morgan Grinstead* Alexander Sr G
Julie Els* Alexander Sr G
Elena Lein* Athens Jr C
Jamie Sindelar Athens Sr F
Morgan Howard* Meigs Sr C
Miranda Grueser* Meigs Sr G
Caitlyn Owings Vinton Co So C
Jordan Davis * Wellston So G
Angela Meade Nels-York Fr G
Most Valuable Player: Whitney Daugherty, Alexander
Coach of the Year: Denton Guthrie, Alexander
Vinton Co 4-6
Kim Barker Waterford Sr F
Emily Brown* Waterford Jr F
Brooke Drayer* Waterford So G
Jenna Burdette Eastern Fr G
Emeri Connery* Eastern Sr G
Beverly Maxson Eastern Sr G-F
Kelsey Crislip Belpre Sr G
Allison Flowers Belpre Jr F
Taylor Savage* Trimble Sr G
Jessi Spears* Trimble Sr F
Chandra Canaday S. Gallia Jr G-F
Tayler Duncan S. Gallia Sr G
Ashley Templeton Wahama Jr C
Courtney Thomas Southern Jr G
Haley Crawford Miller Jr C
Cheyenne Singer Fed Hock Fr C
Most Valuable Player: Brooke Drayer,Waterford
Coach of the Year: John Burdette, Eastern
S. Gallia 9-7
Fed Hock 0-16
Levi Lawhead Vinton Co Sr G
Adam Ward* Vinton Co Sr G
Jay Wiseman Vinton Co Sr F
Michael Chapman* Alexander Sr G
Jack Hart Alexander Sr C
Cameron Bolin Meigs Sr G
Jesse Smith* Meigs Jr F
Dean Maffin Athens Sr G
Nigel Courts Wellston Jr F
Daniel Kline* Nels-York Jr G
Most Valuable Player: Jack Hart, Alexander
Coach of the Year: Matt Combs, Vinton County
Vinton Co 8-2
Tyler Hendrix Eastern Sr F
Devon Baum Eastern Sr F-C
Brayden Pratt Eastern Sr F
Matt Arnold Wahama Sr G
Isaac Lee Wahama Jr F
Noah Guthrie* Trimble Sr C
Tyler Davis Trimble Sr F
Levi Porter* Waterford Sr F
Aaron Miller Waterford Sr G
Zach Manuel Southern Sr F
Andrew Roseberry Southern Jr G
Erik Waderker Belpre Sr G
Cory Haner S. Gallia Jr G
Ryan Rex* Fed Hock Sr G-F
Chase Glenaman Miller Jr G
Most Valuable Player: Noah Guthrie, Trimble
Coach of the Year: Howie Caldwell, Eastern
S. Gallia 7-9
Fed Hock 4-12
* — indicates repeat selection from 2009-10 All-TVC squads.