Bossier’s Devonte Hall has been named to the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 3A All-State first team.
Hall was also selected by District 1-3A coaches as the district’s MVP. He is a two-time All-Parish MVP.
Hall, a 6-foot-2 senior guard, averaged 20.8 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.5 steals.
He led the Bearkats to the Class 3A semifinals, where they lost to eventual champion University Lab.
Bossier finished 26-8 and won the District 1-3A title with a 10-0 mark.
Hall was the only Bossier played named first team All-District.
Junior guard Kentrell Hardy and senior guard Darius Leary were named to the second team.
Hardy averaged 14.0 points, 2.6 steals and 2.6 assists. Leary averaged 8.3 points.
Bossier’s Malik Dunn was named honorable mention.
Other first-team boys All-District selections were North Webster’s Montavious Smith and Latravious Gipson, Booker T. Washington’s Karim El-Amin and Evangel Christian’s Calvin Daniels.
Bossier senior Tiffany Lynn, who averaged 12 points, made the girls second team.
Bossier’s Necka Wynn, Gabbie Mason and Tish Reney were honorable mention.
Mansfield’s Ashlyn Jacobs was the MVP. Other first-team selections were Green Oaks’ Princess Davis, Evangel’s Rachel Johnson and Tiara Young, and Booker T. Washington’s Kadeshja Gay.
Joining Hall on the Class 3A All-State first team were Richwood’s Reginal Johnson, University’s Wayde Sims and Skylar Mays, and Parkview Baptist’s James Thompson.
Johnson, who averaged 32 points, was named MVP. University’s Joe Spencer was named Coach of the Year.