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Fans pick out J.D. Davison as pinnacle Mr. Basketball candidate

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Fans pick out J.D. Davison as pinnacle Mr. Basketball candidate


No sophomore has ever won Alabama’s Mr. Basketball award, but that’s what fanatics reputedly need to appear. Fans selected Calhoun sophomore J.D. Davison, a 6-foot-3 sophomore protective, as the leading candidate to win Mr. Basketball, in keeping with an AL.Com fan poll. Davison obtained over 1,300 votes, or approximately 28 percent of the vote, of the 4,697 votes cast. Davison, the state’s pinnacle prospect within the Class of 2021, averaged 18. Five factors, 8.Zero rebounds and five. He had eight assists, keeping with the game as he helped Calhoun reach the Class 2A state semifinals.

Carver-1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein senior and Georgia signee Jaykwon Walton finished second, and Mountain Brook senior Trendon Watford was 0.33. The Mr. And Miss Basketball awards winners could be introduced Tuesday at the annual ASWA Players of the Week formal dinner in 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. Check out the entire AL.Com fan poll voting:

Remember, all AL.Com polls aren’t medical and mirror the opinion of people who choose to take part. This ballot will stay open until Monday, March 25, at noon. This fan poll does not affect the actual Mr. Basketball balloting handled using the Alabama Sports Writers Association.

Who ought to be the AL.Com Coastal Alabama Spring Athlete of the Week? Here is your hazard to vote. The ballot is open now and will be near Friday morning. The winner officially will be announced on next Tuesday’s ballot. Players must be nominated through results from their coaches. Coaches should e-mail bthomas@al.Com with game outcomes and nominations throughout the week.

Jacob Davis, Spanish Fort: Struck out a career-high sixteen batters and pitched a one-hit complete game in a 2-0 win over rival Daphne. Konner Copeland, Saraland: Struck out thirteen batters and gave up hits as Saraland shut out Alma Bryant 10-0. SOFTBALL Karsen Pierce, Daphne: Went four-for-6 with a double, homers, and five RBIs in three games a final week. They also went 2-0 in the circle with ten strikeouts. She allowed just three hits in 12 innings pitched. Ainsley Lambert, Spanish Fort:

She struck out 48 batters in 3 video games a closing week, giving her 174 for the season already. On Monday, she struck out 17 in a no-hitter towards Daphne, even though her team misplaced unearned runs. She observed that with 13 Ks in a win over Robertsdale and 18 in a victory over Saraland. Julia Lassiter, Flomaton: Had eight hits and 11 RBIs in a three-recreation span final week. She additionally struck out 20 batters in thirteen innings and allowed one earned run. Breanna Barlow, Excel:

Pitched a couple of whole-recreation shutouts and an ideal recreation and struck out thirteen for the week. Her best sport got here in an eight-zero win over Zion Chapel. She struck out seven in that sport. She went eleven-of-sixteen with seven homers at the plate, three doubles, 15 RBIs, and ten runs scored.

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