All-District 2-2A Basketball Team

Junior point guard Daryl Seay is Beekman's lone representative on the All-District 2-2A boys basketball team.

Rayville justifiably dominates the squad after putting together a perfect 34-0 record and winning the state championship. The Hornets claimed both individual awards and three of the five first-team spots.

Senior Nashaun Williams is the Player of the Year while Damon West is Coach of the Year. After dropping a hotly-contested 65-61 decision to Madison Prep in last year's state championship game, the Hornets came back on a mission. Putting the finishing touches on an undefeated season, Rayville demolished North Caddo 79-51 in Saturday's championship game to capture their first state title since 2001.

Joining Ellis on the first unit from Rayville are cousins JaMichael Wilson and Mylik Wilson, who dropped in 25 points to earn MVP honors in the state championship game. A pair of juniors, both will be back to help the Hornets defend their title next season.

Desmond Longino of Delhi Charter and Dontrieze Scott of Ferriday round out the first unit.

Seay carried the Tigers offensively by averaging 21.3 points per game. Finishing the regular season with authority, Seay poured in a career-high 46 points vs. Ferriday, followed by a 30-point effort vs. Mangham in the regular-season finale.

Also receiving second team accolades were Jaquan Wilson of Vidalia, Brandon Haynes of Mangham, and Marquell Griffin and Montrieze Sandage of Ferriday.

Senior Rashan Naylor and Jamarkus Wilson of Rayville head up the honorable mention contingent, which also includes Rayj Ranson of Vidalia, Santonial Rice, Robert Tibbs and Mangwell Smith of General Trass, and Joe Colvin, Donovan Haynes, Ladarrius Robinson and Kevin Harrison of Mangham.