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Webb, Wiggins named DCHS Basketball MVPs: Judkins, Whitehead earn MVC honors
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DCHS Basketball Player Award Winners: Front Row, from left, Chase Cantrell, Dylan Roller, Will Molander, Destry Wiggins, and Tyler Kent; Back Row, Randy Hansard, Braxton Atnip, and Sonni Young.
The DCHS basketball banquet for the 2010-2011 season was held at the Smithville First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center last Thursday night.DeKalb County High School Seniors Martha Webb and Destry Wiggins were named the 2011 DCHS Basketball Most Valuable Players at the annual banquet. Allison Judkins and Ashlee Whitehead, both Juniors at DCHS, were selected as co-Most Valuable Cheerleaders.The MVP and MVC awards were presented by Chad and Shelia Kirby of Love-Cantrell Funeral Home.The MVP and MVC awards are presented each year in memory of Chad Kirby's grandfather, Allen D. Hooper.Webb, who received the MVP trophy for the Tigerettes, scored more than 1,200 points in her high school career at DCHS.Webb also received the best offensive player award, and was also recognized for being named to the second team all-district this season.Wiggins took home the Tiger MVP Trophy, as well as the best ball handler, smartest player, hustle, best offensive player, and best athlete awards.Wiggins was also recognized for being named to the first team all-district, as well as the district all defensive team.The Tigers wrapped up the 2010-11 season with a record of 23-9.The Tiger’s year ended with a loss to the Cannon County Lions in the semi-finals of the Region 4-AA Tournament at White County High School in Sparta. The DeKalb County Tigerettes finished their season with a loss to Cannon County in the opening game of the District 8-AA tournament in White County.