The Glenbrook Apaches and Lady Apaches each had three players selected to the 6AA all-district boys and girls basketball team recently, capping a whirlwind season for the school.
The Glenbrook Apaches had a bitter end to their season, as they fell out of playoff position in the back half of the season. The Apaches defeated River Oaks in their district finale but a Prairie View win over Union Christian and a Tallulah victory at Claiborne moved the Spartans and Trojans ahead of the Apaches and into the playoffs.
The Lady Apaches had their finest season in over a decade by finishing 23-6 on the season and going to the state tournament.
Joseph Windham, Cade Conterez and Da’maza Robinson made all-district for the boys side. Windham and Conterez earned first-team honors, while Robinson lands on the second-team.
Conterez and Windham will return as seniors next season, while Robinson, just a sophomore, will be back for his junior season.
“We relied heavily on Cade and Joseph on the offensive end,” Apaches head coach Jeff Dalton said. “Da’maza improved more over the course of this season than any player I’ve coached. I’m expecting big things from them next season.”
The Lady Apaches had their own trio of all-district performers in Carsin Spurlock, Olivia Dalton and Kate Marvin. All three girls garnered first-team honors.
Spurlock has one more game to cap her stellar high school career, the MAIS All-Star game. Dalton and Marvin will be back to lead a Lady Apaches team returning plenty of experience.
“All three girls are great players,” head coach Rendi Dillard said. “Carsin was a big player for us this year and we will miss her next year.
We are excited to get back to work and prepare for next season.”