Two members of the Waynesville High School varsity girl’s basketball team have been named to the All-Missouri Class 5, District 10 team.
WHS junior Naudia Evans was the second selection overall, while her sophomore teammate Arianna Jones was the 10th selection on the 10-player roster.
Evans was Waynesville’s leading scorer this season, averaging 23 points per game with a 40-percent shooting average, a 25-percent 3-point average and a 70 percent average from the free-throw line. Evans finished the current season just short of the 1,000-point career mark with 982 points.
Ozark, which was the District 10 championship team this year, had four players on the roster, led by senior Madi Braden, who was the top overall pick. Ozark’s David Brewer was named District Coach of the Year.
In other WHS sports news:
College-athlete meeting canceled
Waynesville High School has canceled its event, the “Next College Student Athlete Recruiting 101 Meeting with Paul Putnam,” which had been scheduled for Wednesday. The event was designed for high-school athletes interested in competing in college sports and offered attendees a chance to learn about how the recruiting process works. Cory Ace, Waynesville R-VI director of Missouri State High School Activities Association activities and athletics, announced the cancellation March 11.