Basketball: Vidal earns co-offensive MVP

By Messenger Staff | Published Wednesday, March 7, 2018
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Several players from both the Bridgeport Sissies and Decatur Lady Eagles earned District 9-4A honors.

Bridgeport’s Emily Vidal shared Offensive MVP with Sanger’s Brooke Rollins. Despite tearing her ACL late in the season, Vidal was Bridgeport’s leading scorer, averaging nearly 17 points. Bridgeport’s Morgen Davidson earned Co-Defensive MVP honors. Ashley Ingram was the Co-Newcomer of the Year.

The 6-foot freshman was a versatile threat for Bridgeport, giving the Sissies another scoring option in the paint.

For Decatur, Avery Luig was tabbed as the Sixth Man of the Year. Luig averaged 4.9 points per game and was the Lady Eagles’ primary outside threat. She led the team in 3-point shooting at 34 percent.

Kylee Fitzgerald and Gracie Isham were first-team selections for Decatur. Fitzgerald was the Lady Eagles’ second-leading scorer, averaging 7.1 points a night. She also dished out 5.3 assists per game. Isham was Decatur’s leading scorer averaging 9.4 points.


CO-MVP: Gabby Standifer, Argyle; Rhett Robinson, Krum

CO-OFFENSIVE MVP: Emily Vidal, Bridgeport; Brooke Rollins, Sanger

CO-DEFENSIVE MVP: Morgen Davidson, Bridgeport; Chloe Malone, Sanger

CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Sydney Standifer, Argyle; Ashley Ingram, Bridgeport

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR: Avery Luig, Decatur


Rhyle McKinney, Argyle; Morgan Yarbrough, Argyle; Brooklyn Carl, Argyle; Jade Hall, Bridgeport; Kylee Fitzgerald, Decatur; Gracie Isham, Decatur; Pshylah Kemp, Gainesville; Tori Hamilton, Krum; Cali Marquis, Krum; Maci Turkoly, Sanger; Tatum Whitewood, Sanger; Allye Morrow, Sanger


Bridgeport: Lexine Stone, Jolene Torres
Decatur: Aly Skarke, Madison Kyle

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