N.C. School of Science and Math’s Rachel Ruderman and South Granville’s Camden Ferguson were named Northern Carolina 2A Conference girls and boys basketball player of the year by league coaches.
Ruderman averaged 24.6 points per game for the Unicorns while Ferguson averaged 17.9 for the Vikings.
Franklinton coach Terrence Horne was voted boys coach of the year after leading the Red Rams to the league title. Roanoke Rapids’ Jim Whitmire was the girls coach of the year.
Bunn was the girls basketball conference champ.
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Player of the Year: Rachel Ruderman, N.C. School of Science and Math
Coach of the Year: Jim Whitmire, Roanoke Rapids
Bunn: Precious Walker, Bernadette Cooke, Cressida Duncan
Franklinton: Lanisha Hawkins
NCSSM: Rachel Ruderman, Bobbi Whitaker
Roanoke Rapids: Alizae Neville, Anna Vann
Southern Vance: Jasmine Thorpe, Ayeshia Teasley
Warren County: Samaria Lynch
Player of the Year: Camden Ferguson, South Granville
Coach of the Year: Terrence Horne, Franklinton
Bunn: Shane Garrison
DSA: Markez Melvin
Franklinton: Darion Green, Semaj McCowan
NCSSM: Maury Jackson
Roanoke Rapids: Tyjarek Simmons
Southern Vance: Justus Baldwin, Marcus Harrison
South Granville: Camden Ferguson, Joseph Mitchell
Warren County: Tyler Wester