Sterlington sophomore guard Kyle Henderson is the only underclassman on the All-District 2-3A boys basketball team.
Wossman claimed both individual awards. Senior forward Darrell Comanche Jr. is the Most Valuable Player while Casey Jones is Coach of the Year.
Commanche and Jones led the Wildcats to a 26-10 overall record, a perfect 10-0 conference mark and a state semifinal berth.
Accompanying Comanche on the first team are senior Jailyn Natt and junior Rayson Robinson.
State quarterfinalist Carroll is represented on the first unit by senior Jarrell Gundy and junior Randy Jones.
Also named to the 10-man first team were seniors Jordan Jones and Quan Jenkins of Union Parish, senior Joseph Smith of state quarterfinalist Richwood and senior Trevion Jackson of Madison Parish.
Henderson averaged 19.6 points and 6.4 rebounds per game for the Panthers.
Senior guard Trea Green of Sterlington is listed on the second team after scoring at an 11.1 clip and shooting 40 percent from 3-point range.
Rounding out the second unit are senior D'Andre Alston and sophomore Nick Traylor of Wossman, sophomore Tarkarris Smith and junior Tykalin Burks of Carroll, senior Rakeyman Fields and junior Jalen Jones of Union Parish, senior Jaewon Williams of Richwood and senior Myles Barnes of Madison Parish.
Junior guard Kaden Key is an an honorable mention selection.
Also receiving honorable mention accolades were Brandon Dennis and Jatarrius Turpin of Wossman, the Richwood trio of Zach Malone, Geor'quarius Spivey and Demarrius Chisley, Dylan Harris of Union Parish, Quindarrius Buckley and Ryan Jackson of Madison Parish.