Diamond senior Hunter Renfro earned a second team nomination to the Spring River Valley Conference postseason team, the only Wildcat player to earn recognition on either the boys or girls side of the ledger.

Renfro averaged 11.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, 1.3 steals and nearly a block per game.

On the boys side, Pierce City senior Hunter Tindell earned top player honors, while Pierce City’s Matt Street and Liberal’s Travis Walton shared top coach honors.

On the girls side, Lockwood swept the top honors, with senior Rylee Neill named player of the year and head coach Jessica McNichols given coach of the year.

 

ALL-SRVC BASKETBALL

BOYS

FIRST TEAM

Hunter Tindell, Pierce City

Matt Dugan, Liberal

Cade Holman, Lockwood

Marcus Wright, Greenfield

Logan Sparkman, Lockwood

Arlo Stump, Golden City

Caleb Brown, Jasper

Sawyer Dodd, Greenfield

Donell Kleiboeker, Pierce City

Devon Middleton, Sarcoxie

 

SECOND TEAM

Colby Selvey, Liberal

Devin Demster, Miller

Logan Winchester, Jasper

Colin White, Greenfield

Aaron Garner, Pierce City

Jacob Dermott, Liberal

Connor Burton, College Heights

Jack Purinton, Lockwood

Trey Sagehorn, Pierce City

Hunter Renfro, Diamond

 

Player of the year: Tindell, Pierce City

Co-coach of the year: Matt Street, Pierce City; Travis Walton, Liberal

 

GIRLS

FIRST TEAM

Rylee Neill, Lockwood

Kendyl Hayward, Pierce City

Shayne Mallory, Miller

Carly Spencer, Liberal

Chelsea Evans, Sarcoxie

Belle Golubski, Pierce City

Emmy Colin, College Heights

Marlee Lett, College Heights

Ragan Blinzer, Pierce City

Terra Bowman, Jasper

Giselle Lopez, Sarcoxie

 

SECOND TEAM

Moriah Coose, Lockwood

Lynna Hadlock, Miller

Annette Ramirez, Sarcoxie

Heather Byrnes, Lockwood

Kierston Dodson, Sarcoxie

Kaylee Daniels, Liberal

Reagan Dumm, Jasper

Bethany Gulick, Miller

Kaitlyn Adams, Jasper

Lauren Jones, Greenfield

 

Coach of the year: Jessica McNichols, Lockwood