Crosby hoopster earns District MVP honors

Crosby’s Keynan Willis drives to the basket against Kingwood Park during their Area playoff game. Willis was named the District 19-4A Most Valuable Player.

CROSBY– Postseason honors continue to come in for the Bi-District Champion Crosby Cougars basketball team.
Senior Keynan Willis has been named the District 19-4’s Most Valuable Player.
Teammate TJ Stewart (a sophomore) was voted the district’s Newcomer of the Year and Head Coach Edwin Egans was named Coach of the Year.
Willis led the 24-12 Cougars with 18.1 points per game, and an Area Playoff Appearance. He also scored 434 points this season. Stewart averaged 11.1 points per game.
Joining Stewart on First Team All District was Tenarius Mills.
Kevin Bass, Keldrick Williams, Paul Singleton and LaChad Chatmon were named All District Honorable Mention.
Crosby and C.E. King led the All-District Selections with nine players each.