Enix named A/2A SEKC Player of the Year

Published 10:30 am Thursday, April 12, 2018

Pineville’s Jill Enix earned yet another award for her work on the hardwood last season. She received SEKC Player of the Year honors among A/2A schools. This is the second year in a row that she has been granted the award — sharing the honor last year with former Harlan standout Jordan Brock.

The Midway University commit led the Lady Lions averaging 16.1 points and 11.8 rebounds per game. She helped lead Pineville to a second 13th Region tournament appearance in four years while compiling an 18-12 record.

Harlan County’s Blair Green also received player of the year honors after leading the Lady Black Bears to a 28-2 record while averaging 26 points and 6.5 rebounds a game.

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Williamsburg’s Randy Crider and Knox Central’s Jamie Sowders shared the honor as coach of the year.

The all-conference team includes:


Harlan County — Lainey Cox, K.K. Johnson, Phebe McHargue, Breann Turner and Shelby McDaniel.

Harlan — Payeton Charles, Mackenzie King, Taylor Simpson, Noah Canady and Brandi Haywood.

Pineville — Sarah Combs, Makenzie Fuson, Whitney Caldwell, Raigan King and Chesney Brock.

Williamsburg — Lillie Hall, Kayla Gibson, Lillie Abbott, Kelsey Tye and Tori Lester.

Clay County — Kaylee Mathis, Summer Parker, Shelby Phillips and Kimberlyn Mills.

Bell County — Brittney Cupp, Abby Harris and Brittany Davis.

Middlesboro — Lakin Burke, Hannah Warren and Jamayha Poe.

Knox Central — Presley Partin and Emily Davis.

Corbin — Cora Bo Stevens Jadyn Robertson.

Lynn Camp — Jada Rogers and Bradi Coe.


Honorable mention

Harlan County — Morgan Napier and Reanna Middleton.

Harlan — Natalee King and Katelyn Burkhart.

Bell County — Lindsey Bryant and Karlee Cox.

Clay County — Taylor Asher and Edwina Hacker.

Corbin — Marissa Scott and Hannah Medlin.

Knox Central — Ryleigh Swafford and Madison Taylor.

Lynn Camp — Mollie White and Hayley Walker.

Middlesboro — Baylee Woody and Mallory Carter.

Williamsburg — Madison Chapman and Grace Patrick.

Pineville — Virginia Hall.

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