After a second-straight District 30-3A title, the Jourdanton Squaws saw their year reflected in the All-District accolades released last week — and all 11 Squaws took home some sort of honor.
A year after being named the Offensive MVP, senior point guard Vanessa Vacca was named the District MVP after leading Jourdanton in all but two statistical categor.
Vacca, who scored a team-second best 236 points this season, picked up 96 rebounds, 67 steals and 71 assists in district play to help the Squaws to a 10-0 mark in district and 18-10 mark overall.
Senior Shyanne Bauerle picked up her second consecutive Defensive MVP honor after recording 66 steals and 72 rebounds in district play. The senior also averaged 8.3 points per game through the whole season for the Squaws.
Second-year Head Coach Ariana Foster was named Coach of the Year for the second-straight year in 30-3A.
The Squaws were led this season by sophomore post Emma Dorroh, one of three first team All-District selections for Jourdanton. Dorroh led the team with 10.75 points per game this season and grabbed 143 rebounds in district play.
Dorroh was joined by junior shooting guard Emma Roach and fellow sophomore Gwyn Wells on the first team. Roach and Wells combined for 11.1 points per game.
Sophomore Macey Briones and freshmen Anaya Gonzales and McKinley West were named second team All-District selections.
Briones helped to solidify Jourdanton’s post play with 45 rebounds in district play. West did the same with 56 rebounds down low for the Squaws. Gonzales, after being called up to varsity from JV, added 31 rebounds and 32 steals during Jourdanton’s push for their second straight district title.
Demaris Jones, Mia Lopez and Sydney Blair were honorable mention selections for Jourdanton as well.
Bauerle, Blair, Gonzales, Roach, Vacca, Wells and West also were named Academic All-District selections.