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#PBCHOOPS 2017-18 Girls Private Schools All County - 2nd Team

Anise Williams

(Benjamin) Senior - Guard
Averaged 12.4 points, 3.8 steals and 3.1 assist per game on the season.

Haley Howarth

(Oxbridge Academy) Junior - Guard
Key contributor on State title team averaging 8.2 point and 2.8 rebounds a game.

Grace Hundley

(Cardinal Newman) Junior - Guard
A 3-point specialist, averaged 15.4 point, 5.5 rebounds and knocked down 119 3-pointers on the season.

2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Coach of the Year Matthew Colin - Wellington

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The 2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Coach of the Year is Matthew Colin of Wellington High School. Coach Colin led the Wolverines to an undefeated regular season before falling in their lone loss in the FHSAA Class 9A state championship game, finishing 32-1 and the #1 ranked #PBCHOOPS Top 5 to end the season.

2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Girls Breakout Player of the Year - Amari Allen

The 2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Girls Breakout Player of the Year is Amari Allen of Atlantic High School.

Allen, a sophomore, led the Lady Eagles in scoring averaging 14.1 points and 5 rebounds more than doubling her statistics from her freshman season. In a rebuilding year for the Atlantic girls squad Allen was bright spot consistently handling the scoring load and often finding herself on the nightly #PBCHOOPS top scorers list.

2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Boys Rookie of the Year - Makye Boles

The 2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Rookie of the Year is Makye Boles of Suncoast High School.

As a freshman the 6' 6" Boles averaged 10.2 points per game, 5.1 rebounds and 2.4 block per game, making an immediate impact on a talented Suncoast team the won its 6th straight district title. Makye will run with Team Knight during the NCAA Live Periods this Spring and Summer on the Adidas Gauntlet Circuit.

2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Girls Rookie of the Year - Jahnae Midget

The 2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Girls Rookie of the Year is Jahnae Midget of Seminole Ridge High School.

In her freshman season Jahnae averaged 16.8 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists per game for a Lady Hawks team that went 15-11 this season, a 5 game improvement from the 2016-17 season. A true gym rat, Jahnae can constantly be found working on her game and gives a tremendous amount of credit to her teammates. "Without them it wouldn’t have been possible for me to achieve success" Midget said, "Next season, I'm going to grind harder and continue to work on my craft and come back better."

#PBCHOOPS 2017-18 Girls All District Teams

Class 9A - Region R3 - District D9

John I. Leonard
Jupiter
Palm Beach Central
Palm Beach Gardens
Seminole Ridge
Wellington

District 9-9A Co-Players of the Year - Sydney Jones (Wellington) | Kiera Brown (Palm Beach Gardens)

District 9-9A Coach of the Year - Randy Soto (Wellington)

District 9-9A 1st Team

Camryn Debose (Wellington)
Mia Jones (Wellington)
Jillian Duncan (Wellington)
Jahnae Midget (Seminole Ridge)
Megan McCants (Jupiter)

2016-17 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools MVP and Co-Player of the Year - Trent Frazier

2016-17 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools Most Valuable Player is Wellington High School's Trent Frazier.

Trent has also been selected as 2016-17 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools Co-Player of the Year.

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