All-Crossroads Basketball Teams | The Winona Times

Bella Roberts, Junior, Winona Christian

Why she’s here: Roberts has been a force for the Lady Stars this season, leading the region with 22.1 points. She had 9.2 rebounds per game, five steals and 1.8 assists per game. Roberts was District 2-4A Player of the Year, was named MAIS Player of the Month for November, and led the Lady Stars to the District Championship. Roberts was a member of the All-Crossroads team last year.

Aaniyah Williams, Sophomore, JZ George

Why she’s here: The second-year guard has had a stellar season for the Lady Jaguars, averaging 21 points per game this season. Williams had a season-high 44 points, which broke a school record. Williams was also named the All District selection for the Lady Jaguars.

Dru Chamblee, Senior, Carroll Academy

Why she’s here: The senior point guard led the Lady Rebels in scoring this season with 11 points per game. She helped the Lady Rebels finish second in district play and was named to the MAIS Class 1A-2A-3A All-Star Basketball Game.

Jayla Campbell, junior, Winona

Why she’s here: Campbell had a solid year for the Lady Tigers as she led the team with 12 points per game and eight rebounds. Campbell was also a 5-3A region selection for the Lady Tigers this season.

Audrey Eldridge, junior, Winona Christian

Why she’s here: The junior has been a solid contributor for the Lady Stars this season averaging 8.1 points and 5.6 rebounds per game. Eldridge was an All-District First-Team selection and made District 4-2A’s All-Tournament Team.

Honorable mention

• Meri Brynn Boutwell, Carroll Academy

• Olivia Brooks, Winona Christian

• ZaMiya Griffin, Winona

• Autumn Lishman, Winona Christian

• Jasmine McMath, Winona

Jake Ware, Junior, Winona Christian

Why he’s here: Ware was the onfield leader for the Stars, who won the 2-4A District Championship. Ware averaged 16.9 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.6 steals per game for the Stars. He was named 2-4A Player of the Year and was on the all-tournament teams for the District and North 4A tournaments.

By Anthony McGlothan, Senior, JZ George

Why he’s here: McGlothan led the Jaguars with 22.4 points per game this season. The senior, who signed with Holmes in football, also averaged 7.9 rebounds, 3.5 steals and 2.3 assists per game. He was named the 4-2A Region Offensive Player of the Year and was selected to play in the Magnolia State All-Star Game. He was also selected to the All-Crossroads football team.

Noah Beck, Jr., Carroll Academy

Why he’s here: The junior guard had a stellar season for the Rebels, doubling his point production from last year averaging 24 points per game and a school-best 52 points against Deer Creek this season. He was a first-team selection from District 2-4A for the Rebels. After his 52-point outburst, Beck also had 47 points against Greenville St. Joseph this season. Beck was also an All-Crossroads selection in football.

Clifford Lee, senior, Winona

Why he’s here: The leading point guard led the Tigers to another stellar season averaging 18 points, six rebounds and five assists per game. Lee was a first-team selection from Region 3-3A and was selected to play in the NEMBCA All-Star Game. He was also named co-MVP for the Tigers.

Jaiwain Petit, Junior, Winona

Why he’s here: Small, who also stands out in football, had a stellar season for the Tigers, averaging 12 points, five rebounds and three assists per game. Small was selected to play in the Mississippi Coaches Association North/South All-Star Game. He was named Winona’s best attacking player and the junior was also selected for the first team in the 3-3A division.

Honorable mention

• Landon Bland, Winona Christian

• Tyshuan Clark, Winona

• Alexander Criss, JZ George

• Reese Johnson, Winona Christian

• Mr. Damariya, Winona

• Collin Parkinson, Winona Christian

• Daravion Seals, JZ George