HSBB: All-Region 7-4A Honors Announced

Hilton Head High’s region champion girls swept the top honors and Beaufort High’s first-year boys coach was honored by his peers in the Region 7-4A basketball awards announced Friday.

Hilton Head HIgh’s Trinity Feltner earned girls Player of the Year honors, and Seahawks coach Sean Rochester was named Coach of the Year. Feltner was joined on the All-Region team by teammates Miley Ray and Caroline Brammer, along with Bluffton’s Tatyana Aiken and Allayah Bryan, Beaufort High’s Brittany Linton and Layla Warren, and Colleton County’s Omari Kirkland and Scha’Mari Stephens.

Beaufort High coach Will Lowther was named the boys Coach of the Year, and Colleton County’s Bailey Encalade earned Player of the Year honors. Stephen Gadson and Antwan Griffin joined Encalade on the All-Region team for the region champion Cougars. Bluffton’s Lee Kirkland and Donovan Raines, Beaufort’s Trae Heyward and Jamaad Rivers, and Hilton Head’s Davis Molloy and Gaston Moore also made the All-Region team.

All-Region 7-4A Boys Basketball

Bailey Encalade, F, CCHS

Stephen Gadson, G, CCHS

Antwan Griffin, G, CCHS

Trae Heyward, G, BHS

Lee Kirkland, C, BLHS

Davis Molloy, G, HHIHS

Gaston Moore, G, HHIHS

Donovan Raines, F, BLHS

Jamaad Rivers, G, BHS

Player of the Year: Bailey Encalade, CCHS

Coach of the Year: Will Lowther, BHS

All Region 7-4A Girls Basketball

Tatyana Aiken, G, BLHS

Caroline Brammer, F, HHIHS

Allayah Bryan, F, BLHS

Trinity Feltner, G, HHIHS

Omari Kirkland, G, CCHS

Brittany Linton, F, BHS

Miley Ray, G, HHIHS

Scha’Mari Stephen, G, CCHS

Layla Warren, G, BHS

Player of the Year: Trinity Feltner, HHIHS

Coach of the Year: Sean Rochester, HHIHS

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