Progress staff reports
Jacksonville Daily Progress
Brook Hill's Grant Hanks, a 6-foot sophomore forward, has been selected as the TAPPS 4-3A Most Valuable Player.
The all-district squad was recently released following a vote of the league's head coaches.
Freshman of the Year lauds went to the Guard's Alex Hale.
Other superlative winners included, Jalon Johnson (Richardson Canyon Creek), Offensive MVP and John Oliver, also from Canyon Creek, who was tabbed as the Defensive MVP.
Coach of the Year honors went to Dallas First Baptist's Noah Mitchell.
In addition to Hanks and Hale, Chase McDermott and Phillip Kitt were First Team choices.
2013 TAPPS 4-3A All District Boys Basketball Team
Most Valuable Player — Grant Hanks, Brook Hill
Offensive MVP — Jason Johnson, Richardson Canyon Creek
Defensive MVP — Josh Oliver, Canyon Creek
Freshman of the Year — Alex Hill, Brook Hill
Coach of the Year — Noah Mitchell, Dallas First Baptist
Grant Hanks, Brook Hill
Phillip Cooper, First Baptist
Jason Johnson, Canyon Creek
Chase McDermott, Brook Hill
Josh Johnson, First Baptist
John Oliver, Canyon Creek
Alex Hale, Brook Hill
Garrett Black, First Baptist
Jason Brown, Canyon Creek
Sumner Rogers, First Baptist
Dallas Brock, McKinney Christian
Phillip Kitt, Brook Hill