All-Lowco Basketball teams announced

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A number of hoops stars from northern Beaufort County were recognized for their stellar performances with spots on the All-Lowco Basketball teams released this week by

2018-19 All-Lowco Girls Basketball Team Presented by Lowcountry Heat Basketball


Jermaine Bigham, MRHS —After scanning through the All-Lowco Team selections below, the reasoning for Bigham getting the Coach of the Year nod will come into focus. The Sharks claimed the Region 8-3A title and reached the third round of the Class 3A playoffs in just their third season of existence despite boasting just one second-team All-Lowco player and two honorable mention selections. They were able to do so because Bigham got them to buy into playing outstanding team defense, allowing only 33.4 points per game and at one point holding five straight opponents under 30.

Runner-up: Kenny Conroy, HHCA


Tkai DeVore, JPII —The only strike against DeVore was her level of competition, as the Golden Warriors played a relatively weak SCISA schedule. But the stats speak for themselves. The versatile 5-foot-8 junior averaged 20.8 points, 11 rebounds, and 5.5 steals and racked up 14 double-doubles in 21 games, including 21 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to eventual state champion Hilton Head Christian Academy. And she proved she can do it against a higher level of competition when she poured in 28 points to go with seven boards against Region 7-4A champion Hilton Head High.

Runner-up:Marlaysia Westbrook, RHHS


Jasmine Campbell, Jr., F, HHCA — 10.5 ppg, 8.6 rpg

Dominant post presence led Eagles to SCISA 2A state title

Tkai DeVore, Jr., G/F, JPII — 20.8 ppg, 11 rpg, 5.5 spg

Area’s best pure scorer put up big numbers despite defenses keying on her


Trinity Feltner, Sr., G, HHIHS — 10.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 2.5 apg

Region 7-4A Player of the Year and All-State pick was leader on region championship squad


Brielle McCarthy, Jr., G, HHCA — 11 ppg, 4.5 apg, 2.5 spg

One of area’s best defenders also put up solid offensive numbers for state champs


Marlaysia Westbrook, Jr., F, RHHS — 17.6 ppg, 10.6 rpg

Region 8-3A Player of the Year and All-State selection for Jaguars



Tatyana Aiken, Jr., G, BLHS — 11.9 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 4.2 spg

Jossie Frazier, Sr., G, HHCA — 13 ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg

Amelia Huebel, Jr., C, BA — 17.2 ppg, 13 rpg

Brittany Linton, Soph., F, BHS — 11.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg

Chynna Sneed, Jr., F, MRHS — 9.8 ppg, 8 rpg



Jordan Bigham, Soph., F, MRHS

Allayah Bryan, Sr., F, BLHS

Kristen Fielding, Soph., F, HHIHS

Jasmine Hamilton, Jr., F, JPII

EmilyAnn Hiers, G, BA

Emonee Johnson, Soph., G/F, BCHS

Olivia Light, Sr., G/F, HHP

Emma Peluso, Jr., G, MRHS

Miley Ray, Jr., G, HHIHS

Starr Reed, Jr., G/F, BCHS

Kenzie Ryan, Fr., F, HHIHS

Dior Shelton, Soph., G, HHCA

Lenasia Singletary, Sr., F, RHHS

Layla Warren, Soph., G, BHS

Darien Watkins, Sr., G, BHS



2018-19 All-Lowco Boys Basketball Team Presented By Beaufort Hustle Basketball



Jerry Faulkner, HHP —After a legendary coaching career in the Charlotte area, Faulkner has become a household name in the Lowcountry in recent years, and now he has a state title to add to his local resume. The Dolphins lost two of their first three games before reeling off 21 straight, culminating with a 57-43 win over Shannon Forest Christian in the SCISA 2A championship game.

Runner-up:Jeremiah Faber, RHHS



Rashamel Butler, RHHS —The area’s most prolific scorer, Butler was named the Class 3A Co-Player of the Year after leading the Jaguars to a second consecutive state runner-up finish as a senior. The versatile guard averaged 22.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, 5.3 assists, and 3.6 steals and earned a scholarship to play at NJCAA Division II Monroe Community College in New York next season.

Runner-up:Avern Montaque, HHP



Ny’Gel Boozer, Sr., G, RHHS — 15.2 ppg, 4.5 rpg

Airport transfer played key role in Jaguars’ playoff run


Rashamel Butler, Sr., G, RHHS — 22.1 ppg, 9.3 rpg, 5.3 apg, 3.6 spg

Class 3A Co-Player of the Year led Jags to state finals for second straight year


Harry Cash, Jr., F, MRHS — 14.2 ppg, 8.8 rpg

Sharks’ leading scorer and rebounder was key defender at top of press


Dawson Coleman, Jr., G, BA — 17.1 ppg, 10.2 rpg

Versatile player led team in scoring, rebounding, and blocks and surpassed 1,000 career points this season


Avern Montaque, Sr., F, HHP — 17.6 ppg, 10.2 rpg, 3 spg

Dominant post presence led Dolphins to SCISA 2A title



Devin Butler, Sr., G, RHHS — 13.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 2.1 spg

Shawn Chisolm, Jr., F, WB — 13 ppg, 8 rpg, 3 apg

Lee Kirkland, Jr., F, BLHS — 9.8 ppg, 12 rpg

Donovan Raines, Sr., F, BLHS — 12 ppg, 8 rpg

Haddith Stewart, Sr., G, HHP — 18 ppg, 4 rpg



Tyrone Calloway, Jr., G, HHP

Floyd Hargrove, Jr., G, HHCA

Jack Hegan, Sr., G, MRHS

Trae Heyward, Sr., G, BHS

Deshawn Martin, Sr., G, MRHS

Stone McDonald, Jr., F, HHP

Davis Molloy, Sr., G, HHIHS

Gaston Moore, Jr., G/F, HHIHS

Josh Patterson, Sr., F, MRHS

Nick Pringle, Jr., F/C, WB

Jaylen Reeves, Soph., G, BA

Jamaad Rivers, Jr., G, BHS

Sam Summa, Soph., F, JPII

JaQuan Watson, Sr., G, WB

Ronald Zimmerman, Sr., F, RHHS


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