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Bryan County’s Wedlow named girls’ Region 3A-D1 Player of the Year
Kayley Wedlow
Bryan County junior Kayley Wedlow averaged 22 points a game to help lead the Redskins to a 21-6 record. She earned Region 3A-D1 girls Player of the Year honor, presented by former Savannah High coach Tim Jordan. Mike Brown photo

While their seasons did not end the way they wanted Bryan County’s boys and girls basketball teams were well represented on the Region 3AD1 all-region team and Kayley Wedlow earned girls region Player of the Year honors. 

Wedlow, a 5-foot-6 junior who transferred from Statesboro High School, gave the Redskins an explosive offensive player as she averaged 22 points per game and was a big reason why Coach Mario Mincey’s team was the region runner-up while posting a 21-6 record.

Senior Kenzie Stucker, who finished her career with 1,003 points and more than 500 rebounds, was a first team pick as was sophomore Ashanti Brown who averaged 13 points and 12 rebounds per game as she established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the next two seasons.

Freshmen Jasmine Mikell and Liz Harvery along with sophomore Soniya Whitaker were second team selections. Honorable mention honors were garnered by sophomores Nevaeh Lovett and freshman Katelyn King.

Sophomore Elijah Mincey and junior Tanner Ennis were first team selections for the boys while senior point guard Jamal Campbell was a second-team selection. Sophomore Chris Winfree and junior Javin Collins were honorable mention.

Ennis was an honorable mention all-state defensive back while also earning all-region honors. He was also an all-region pick in baseball last spring as an outfielder and pitcher. Stucker is only the fifth player to score 1,000 or more points under Mincey.

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