All parish schools represented on girl's basketball all-district teams

Kyle Riviere @kyleR_sports
Jordan Hartman was one of two Lady Gators to make all-district. Photo by Dewey Keller.

The boys from the parish were able to relish in the fact that every school was represented in their all-district teams. Well, the girls held up their end of the bargain as well.

When it came to the 5-5A division, four players from the parish's big three made it to the first team.

St. Amant was the only one of the three with more than one selection. After finishing 21-10 during the regular season and being the only girl's team in the parish to make the second round of the playoffs, they placed Kara Gremillion and Jordan Hartman onto the first team.

East Ascension finished 13-12 during the regular season and clinched a berth in the postseason. Their leading scorer Jerrica Williams ended up being their lone member of the district's first team.

Joining her there was Dutchtown sophomore LaShon Reddit.

In the 3A division, Donaldsonville was able to just squeak into the playoff field. One of the driving forces behind their postseason run was senior Patrice West--who was the Lady Tigers' lone District 7-3A first-team selection. Junior Demaya Gibson earned second-team honors.

Ascension Catholic was the fourth team from the parish to make the playoffs. On the strength of that run, Lady Bulldog Jordynn Brown made the All-District 9-1A first team. She was the only Ascension Catholic player to earn such honors.

Ascension Christian got the season off to a promising start but after a rough end of the year, the Lady Lions missed out on the postseason. However, they were able to place sophomore Allison Cambre onto the All-District 9-1A second team.