Davenport boys play Bandera

Jaidyn Soverall drives to the basket for Davenport Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023 against Bandera at Davenport High school.

In a season where Davenport boys basketball made its second-ever playoff appearance, five players earned District 27-4A recognition.

Senior Jaidyn Soverall was the district’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year after proving his ability to guard all five positions on the court.

Freshman AJ Zamora was named the district Newcomer of the Year as the team’s second-highest scorer. He shot 40% from beyond the arc.

Senior Ayeden Edwards, who led the Wolves in scoring for a second straight season and is the school’s first player to reach 1,000 points, was named all-district first team. Sophomore Daniel Soukup II also earned first-team honors.

Junior Carson Bloess made second team all-district.

The Wolves went 21-12 overall and 7-5 in district play for third place in the league standings. They finished as bi-district qualifiers.

Five Wolves make all-district

As a young team, Davenport girls basketball just missed the playoffs, falling in a play-in contest to end the year, but the team had five players earn District 27-4A honors.

Junior Jerriana McWilliams made it to the all-district first team.

Sophomores Camryn Carnahan, Yaniska Mestre and Alyana McGarity each earned second team all-district honors.

Sophomore Atahliah Richardson rounded out the group with an honorable mention.

The Wolves finished the year 13-17 overall and were fifth in district standings with a 5-8 league record.

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