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Gainesville players headline 7-AAA All-Region team
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Selections for the Region 7-AAA All-Region team as selected by coaches were released Friday.

Two Gainesville players were honored with player of the year, with Jaymee Carnes earning the recognition for the girls and George Manomano for the boys.

Area first-team selections from the girls team include Carnes, Jayla Moon of West Hall, Ashley Brown of Lumpkin County and Jasmine Jenkins of Lumpkin County.

Boys first-team selections from the area include Manomano, Kavon Williams of West Hall, Blake Sims of Gainesville, Ishmael Hollis of Flowery Branch and Devaris Finch of Johnson.


7-AAA All-Region Team



Player of the Year

George Manomano, Gainesville


First Team

George Manomano, Gainesville

Kavon Williams, West Hall

Blake Sims, Gainesville

Ishmael Hollis, Flowery Branch

Devaris Finch, Johnson


Second Team

Josh Barrett, Flowery Branch

Ethan Satterfield, North Hall

Shawn Chapman, Lumpkin County

Shunquez Stephens, West Hall

Kymmon Woods, East Hall


Honorable Mentions

Rodney Gibson, West Hall

Hart Ahumada, Creekview

Brandon Jovaag, Chestatee

A.J. Johnson, Gainesville

E.J. Young, Lumpkin County

Kris Drees, West Forsyth

Luke Crumley, White County

Lance Baker, West Forsyth

Jordan Shaw, Pickens

Cam Matthews, Pickens

Kanler Coker, North Hall




Player of the Year

Jaymee Carnes, Gainesville


First Team

Jaymee Carnes, Gainesville

Kylie Smith, Gilmer

Jayla Moon, West Hall

Ashley Brown, Lumpkin County

Jasmine Jenkins, East Hall


Second Team

Sarah Jones, Gilmer

Peyton Robertson, Chestatee

Lindsey Logan, Pickens

Jessica Harper, Flowery Branch

Kelsea Turchi, West Forsyth


Honorable Mentions

Mikalyn DeFoor, Gainesville

Chelsea Wilson, Chestatee

Daniel Tidwell, Creekview

McKenna Rushton, North Hall

Symone Hampton, East Hall

Jasmine Goss, Pickens Co.

Kiki Thompson, Gainesville


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