Brownwood’s Wilson repeats as MVP, Garcia selected newcomer of year

Derrick Stuckly / Brownwood Bulletin
Brownwood Lady Lion senior Trejouir Wilson (32) was named District 6-4A MVP for the second year in a row while freshman Mallory Garcia (4) was tabbed the league’s newcomer of the year.

A pair of Lady Lions earned half of the four superlative awards in 6-4A, part of seven overall all-district girls basketball selections for Brownwood.

For the second year in a row, senior Trejouir Wilson was chosen as the District 6-4A MVP by the coaches of the league, while freshman Mallory Garcia was tabbed newcomer of the year.

Senior Dominique Revada was a first-team selection, fellow senior Heaven Walker was a second-team choice and senior Sarah Fox, junior Tyanne Stewart and sophomore Taytum Sutton received honorable mention.

Abilene Wylie seniors Mikayla Mosley and Brittany Brewer were named the district’s defensive and offensive players of the year, respectively.

Rounding out the first-team selections were Stephenville’s Callie Smith and Bailey Chaviers, Mineral Wells’ Maddie Pappas, Graham’s Ashley Gallaway and Wylie’s Shannon Seale.

Completing the second team were Mineral Wells’ Natalie Ragland and Tanya Ruelas, Stephenville’s Skyler Chipman, Wylie’s Maddie Garcia and Graham’s Rylee Zimmer.

Brownwood finished with a 25-8 overall record, placed second in district with a 6-2 mark and advanced to the Region I-4A semifinals — the deepest postseason push in program history.