McNeil led the Lady Pirates (18-7) in scoring and rebounding this season and is a two-time all-county selection. Lumberton finished second Scotland in the race for an SEC title and for that, Lady Scots coach David Johnson shared Coach of the Year accolades.
Joining McNeil on the all-conference first team were teammates Aliyah Ratley and Azaya Graham. Colleen Chavis from Purnell Swett was the Lady Rams’ lone selection.
On the boys side, Hoke County swept individual honors for a second consecutive year as Tarique Thompson and Quame Patterson received top player and coach nods. Thompson led the SEC in points, rebounds and blocked shots.
Patterson has directed the Bucks to 51 wins and a pair of conference regular-season and tournament titles over the last two seasons.
Locally, Lumberton’s Montrae Strother and Demetri Sheridan were picked as all-conference players. Purnell Swett’s James Chavis, a 2011 selection along with Juwan Jones, also made the team.
Player of the Year Tarique Thompson, Hoke
Coach of the Year Quame Patterson, Hoke
Tarique Thompson, Hoke Rashad Parker, Hoke Jawane Harris, Hoke Brennen Wright, Hoke Shydamian Ellerbe, Richmond Jordan Richardson, Richmond Adam Cummings, Pinecrest Justin Ray, Pinecrest Montrae Strother, Lumberton Demetri Sheridan, Lumberton James Chavis Purnell Swett
Player of the Year Keanna McNeill, Lumberton
Co-Coach of the Year David Johnson, Scotland; Danny Graham, Lumberton
Ariel Ratcliff, Scotland Destiny Campbell, Scotland Quintavia DeBerry, Scotland Tykeria Johnson, Scotland Keanna McNeil, Lumberton Azaya Graham, Lumberton Aliyah Ratley, Lumberton Shaquail Wall, Richmond Janea Williams, Pinecrest Felicia Painter, Pinecrest Shanice Porne, Hoke Colleen Chavis, Purnell Swett