Quick was Robeson County’s leading scorer and led the Lady Mustangs to the second round of the state playoffs. Snowden, in his first season, helped East Columbus to a 19-6 record and a regular season and tournament championship in the Three Rivers Conference.
Joining Quick on the all-conference first team was South Robeson guard Savanna Hunt, St. Pauls’ Tia Glover and Alexis Roberson, Anasia Evans and Na’Jewell Ingram from Fairmont and Red Springs forward Jasmine Murchison.
All-Three Rivers GIRLS
Coach of the Year: Troy Snowden, East Columbus
Player of the Year: Aterria Quick, South Robeson
Lauren Jenkins, East Columbus; Brittany Hall, East Columbus; Kayla Brown, East Columbus; Aterria Quick, South Robeson; Savanna Hunt, South Robeson; Alexis Roberson, St. Pauls; Tia Glover, St. Pauls; Anasia Evans, Fairmont; Na’Jewel Ingram, Fairmont; Jasmine Murchison, Red Springs; Princess Flowers, West Columbus.
Meonti Campbell, East Columbus; Keana Robinson, East Columbus; DeMaya Berry, East Columbus; Ahlea Dickens, South Robeson; Illya White, South Robeson; Dara Locklear, St. Pauls; Chyna Smith, Fairmont; Marsha Clewis, Fairmont; Robyn McPhaul, Red Springs; Jayla Barnes, West Columbus