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2/6/07

East Texas Schools Garner Red River Conference Honors

WACO, Texas - Following are the members of the 2006-07 Red River Athletic Conference Men's Basketball All-Conference teams and individual awards as voted by RRAC head coaches.

Player of the Year:                               Dwight Jones II, Houston Baptist University (Texas)

Newcomer of the Year:                        Terrell Jacobs, Wiley College (Texas)

Defensive Player of the Year:              Brandon Martin, Jarvis Christian College (Texas)

Coach of the Year:                               William Sperow, Jarvis Christian College (Texas)

First Team

Name                     School                                                    Ht.    Class   Pos.    Hometown

Ernest Carr             Langston University (Okla.)                      6-5    Sr.        F         Checotah, Okla.

Demarion Crite*      Jarvis Christian College (Texas)                6-4    Jr.        G        Houston, Texas

Hector Garza          Wiley College (Texas)                              6-3    Jr.        G        Laredo, Texas

Todd Henry            Houston Baptist University (Texas)           6-6    Sr.        F         Port Arthur, Texas

C.J. Higginbotham   Texas Wesleyan University                       6-4    Sr.        G        Little Elm, Texas

Terrell Jacobs         Wiley College (Texas)                              6-1    Jr.        G        Little Rock, Ark.
Dwight Jones II*     Houston Baptist University (Texas)           6-3    Sr.        G        Houston, Texas

Julio Osorio             SW Assemblies of God Univ. (Texas)       6-8    Sr.        P        Panama City, Panama

Evan Patterson        Texas Wesleyan University                       6-7    Sr.        G        Cedar Hill, Texas
Neville Storer          Jarvis Christian College (Texas)                6-7    Sr.        C        Bronx, N.Y.

* Indicates player is a repeat first team selection.

Second Team

Name                     School                                                    Ht.    Class   Pos.    Hometown

K.C. Asomugha      Huston-Tillotson University (Texas)           6-2    Jr.        G        Houston, Texas

Matt Autenrieth       Houston Baptist University (Texas)           6-9    Sr.        C        West Columbia, Texas
Czyz Bennett          Texas College                                          5-10   So.       G        Galveston, Texas
Cedric Brooks         Paul Quinn College (Texas)                      6-3    Jr.        F         Cedar Hill, Texas
Damien Chisholm    Paul Quinn College (Texas)                      6-0    So.       G        Huntsville, Ala.

Reggie Dunn           Langston University (Okla.)                      6-8    Jr.        F         San Antonio, Texas
Brandon Martin       Jarvis Christian College (Texas)                5-10   Sr.        G        Houston, Texas
Chad Tyler              Bacone College (Okla.)                            5-10   Fr.        G        Lansing, Mich.
Ronald Wells           Houston Baptist University (Texas)           6-4    Sr.        F         Houston, Texas
James Woodson      Jarvis Christian College (Texas)                5-10   Sr.        G        Dallas, Texas

  

Honorable Mention

  

Kevin Amend, Houston Baptist University (Texas); Octavious Bailey, Wiley College (Texas); Justin Ballou, Huston-Tillotson University (Texas); Jeremy Bowman, Southwestern Assemblies of God University (Texas); Jeremy Carey, Southwestern Assemblies of God University (Texas); Matt Daniels, Southwestern Assemblies of God University (Texas); Cainan Drew, Southwestern Assemblies of God University (Texas); Tremaine Enoch, Wiley College (Texas); Jameus Hartsfield, Texas College; Doug Krause, Huston-Tillotson University (Texas); Andy Laitinen, Huston-Tillotson University (Texas); Kevin McConnel, Bacone College (Okla.); Jonathan Rickett, Langston University (Okla.); Leandrew Stewart, Langston University (Okla.); Marshall Winfrey, Jarvis Christian College (Texas).

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