GHSA, GIAA, GAPPS, SCISA Coaches Slam Dunk All-Region Teams Girls & Boys

By Prep Sports Report Staff | February 28, 2024

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Over the past few weeks, Savannah area Georgia High School Association, Georgia Independent Athletic Association, the Georgia Association of Private & Parochial Schools, and the South Carolina Independent Schools Association coaches have announced their respective all-region teams and association teams for the 2023-2024 season. 

This includes the Players of the Year, Special Players of the Year, Coach of the Year, and first, second, and honorable mention teams. Each region has its own process for selecting all-region teams. Special honors for Coach and Region Players of the Year were named and the Savannah Area recieved four coaches and nine players being awarded this honor besides all-region status.


GHSA 6A Region 2 Girl Player of the Year: Elena Hairston – South Effingham 

GHSA 3A Region 3 Girls Co-Players of the Year: Destini Gooddine – Calvary Day 

GHSA 3A Region 3 Girls Co-Players of the Year: Stella Oelschig – Savannah Country Day 

GHSA A D-1 Girls Player of the Year: Kayley Wedlow – Bryan County

GHSA 4A Region 3 Boys Player of the Year: Toland Daughtry – New Hampstead

GHSA 3 A Region 3 Boys Player of the Year: Josh Quarterman – Johnson-Savannah

GHSA A D1 Boys Player of Year: Maki Joyner – Savannah

GIAA AAAA/AAA District 2 Player of Year: Zayden Edwards - St. Andrew's School

SCISA AA Region II Player of Year: Ashton Wright - Bethesda Academy

GHSA 4A Region 3 Boys Coach of the Year: Jeff Williams – New Hampstead

GHSA 3A Region 3 Girls Coach of the Year: Kenny Conroy – Savannah Country Day

GHSA A D1 Boys Co-Coaches of the Year: Travis Priddy – Woodville-Tompkins

GHSA A D1 Boys Co-Coaches of the Year: George Brown – Savannah


Here are the All-Region teams for the GHSA, GIAA, GAPPS, and SCISA associations for the 2023-2024 season.




GHSA CLASS 7A - Region 1

First Team 

Makiyah Matthews - Richmond Hill


Second Team 

Cullen McCormick - Richmond Hill

Emari Brown - Richmond Hill


Honorable Mention

Lexanna Oge - Richmond Hil

Ariyana Canady - Richmond Hil


GHSA CLASS 6A - Region 2

Player of the Year: Elena Hairston – South Effingham


First Team

Kyjana Jordan – Effingham County


Second Team

Hayden Johanson – South Effingham


GHSA CLASS 5A - Region 1

Offensive Player of the Year: Parris Parham - Bradwell

Freshman of the Year: Janiyah Blevins - Bradwell


First Team

A'Niyah Browner - Jenkins

Jordyn Rogers - Bradwell

Jamia Ousley - Bradwell


Second Team

Taylor Young - Jenkins

Aliyah Frazier - Jenkins

Iycess Scott - Jenkins


Honorable Mention

Alysia Estrada - Bradwell

Ke'Ara Jones - Jenkins

Kaiya Bryant - Jenkins


GHSA CLASS 4A - Region 3

First Team

Gionna Brown - New Hampstead

Akera Jackson - New Hampstead


Second Team

Nyla Edwards - New Hampstead 


Honorable Mention

Promise Cooper - NewHampstead 

Akayla Fincher - New Hampstead 




Region 3

Coach of the Year: Kenny Conroy – Savannah Country Day

Co-Players of the Year: Destini Gooddine – Calvary Day 

Co-Players of the Year: Stella Oelschig – Savannah Country Day


First Team

Mariah Reed – Beach 

Azariah Phillips – Beach 

Bre Jones – Calvary Day 

AC Davis – Savannah Country Day 

Amayah Hamilton – Johnson

Kamora Hollis – Liberty County 

Lyric McIver – Liberty County 


Second Team

Victoria Solomon – Beach 

Zora Geiger – Calvary Day 

Molly Hildebrandt – Savannah Country Day 

SC Gilpin – Savannah Country Day 

Mia Beringer – Groves 

Bryanna Patton – Johnson 

Le'Ryah Bryant – Johnson

Mary Brit Tallevast – Savannah Christian 

Alexis Ghaleb – St. Vincent's 

Anna Hines – St. Vincent's


Honorable Mention

Tamiya Washington – Groves 

Maritza Troche – Liberty County 

Kashauna Woods – Liberty County 

Jamie Palmaccio – Savannah Christian 

Mary Kendrick Oliver – Savannah Christian 

Maddy Kelly – St. Vincent's


GHSA CLASS 2A - Region 3 TBA


GHSA CLASS A D-I - Region 3

Player of the Year: Kayley Wedlow – Bryan County

Defensive Player of the Year: Ernajah Mallard – Savannah


First Team

Ashanti Brown – Bryan County 

Tania Bryant – Savannah 

Brianna Pelote – Woodville-Tompkins 

Jasmine Mikell – Bryan County 

Rian Bailey – Woodville-Tompkins 

Elizabeth Harvey – Bryan County


Second Team

Destiny Edwards – Woodville-Tompkins 

Chelsea Goodwin – Savannah 

Katelyn King – Bryan County 

Keshauna Gusby – Savannah 

Soniya Whitaker – Bryan County 


Honorable Mention

Ray'ven Tyler – Screven County 

Nyla Johnson – Savannah 

Christiana Roberts – Savannah 

Briana Crawford – Bryan County 

Cassidy Freeman – Woodville-Tompkins 

Danica Edwards – Woodville-Tompkins 

Neveah Lovett – Bryan County


GIAA AAAA/AAA District 2

First Team

Claire Fleming - St. Andrew's School


GIAA A Region 6

First Team

Charlotte Simeon - Memorial Day School


GAPPS I-A Region 4

First Team

Anna Cadle - The Habersham School

Myla Shippy - The Habersham School




GHSA CLASS 7A - Region 1

Second Team

Joshua Scott – Richmond Hill


Honorable Mention

Bryce Hendricks – Richmond Hill


GHSA CLASS 6A - Region 2

First Team 

Jordan Goldwire - Effingham


Second Team 

Hayden Eason - Effingham

Will Harlin-South Effingham

Corbin McGuire-South Effingham 


Honorable Mention

Alex Packard-Glynn Academy

Joe Polite - Effingham

Chase Seyler-South Effingham

Aiden Harris-South Effingham


GHSA CLASS 5A - Region 1

Coach of the Year: Keith LeGree – Statesboro

Co-Players of the Year: Tahshaun Frasier – Bradwell Institute

Defensive Player of the Year: Jamal Jackson – Bradwell Institute


First Team

Chris Perry – Bradwell Institute

Chris Owens – Bradwell Institute

Jeremiah James – Jenkins

AJ Bynum – Jenkins


Second Team

 Zay Thomas – Bradwell Institute

Dominique Johnson – Jenkins


CLASS 4A - Region 3

Coach of the Year: Jeff Williams – New Hampstead

Player of the Year: Toland Daughtry – New Hampstead


First Team

Caleb Jones – Benedictine

Braylen Butterworth – Islands

AJ Williams – New Hampstead

Antoine Youmans – New Hampstead

LaDon Bryant – Benedictine


Second Team

Jordan Cave – Islands

RaShawn Truell – New Hampstead

Ja'Cari Glover – New Hampstead


Honorable Mention

DJ Hills – Islands

Ejay Washington – Benedictine

Houston Jackson – Benedictine

Kentavious Woodberry – New Hampstead

Oliver Hoffman – New Hampstead


GHSA CLASS 3A - Region 3

Player of the Year: Josh Quarterman – Johnson-Savannah


First Team

Josh Quarterman – Johnson

Elijah Brown – Liberty County

Sidney Flaggs – Groves

Favion Kirkwood – Johnson

CJ Gaines – Calvary Day

Rudy Anderson – Savannah Country Day


Second Team

Robert Spaulding – Savannah Country Day

Comari Jones – Johnson

Tyrone Chisholm – Groves

Jah'Bari Felix – Liberty County

Blake Hall – Savannah Christian

Chandler Reid – Beach

Jayden Newton – Beach

Dalton Bunch – Savannah Christian


Honorable Mention

Kuol Deng – Calvary Day

James Tisby – Beach

Devin Scott – Liberty County

Marlon Knight – Calvary Day

Kadin Davis – Johnson

Stone Wells – Savannah Country Day

DeAndre Jones – Beach

Terez Golding – Liberty County

Jamari McIvory – Savannah Christian

Ty Byrd – Savannah Christian

Kenye Williams – Groves

Ja'Zauri Scott – Groves


GHSA CLASS 2A - Region 3

First Team

Landon Page – Windsor Forest


Second Team

Ryheim Manning – Windsor Forest


Honorable Mention

Troy Smith – Windsor Forest

Bernard Harris – Windsor Forest



Co-Coaches of the Year: Travis Priddy – Woodville-Tompkins; George Brown – Savannah

Player of the Year: Maki Joyner – Savannah

Defensive Player of the Year: Deshawn Davis – Savannah


First Team

Jonathon Pickering – Woodville-Tompkins

Elijah Mincey – Bryan County

Jermaine Edwards – Savannah

Naheim Williams – Woodville-Tompkins

Chris Winfree – Bryan County

Jermontae Brown – Savannah

Joey Bell – Woodville-Tompkins

Tyler Grant – Woodville-Tompkins


Second Team

Gerprae'vion Collins – Bryan County

Jamir Stevens – Woodville-Tompkins

Shone Ruth – Savannah

Romon Anderson – Savannah


Honorable Mention

Zyaire Smart – Woodville-Tompkins

Cleveland Rougier – Woodville-Tompkins

Stephon Fox – Savannah

Nayshawn Heyward – Savannah

Lyric Daniels – Bryan County

Jayden Odum – Bryan County




GIAA AAA District 2

Player of Year: Zayden Edwards - St. Andrew's School


First Team

Will Thompson - St. Andrew's School

Rakari Harrison - St. Andrew's School


Second Team

Jaylen Sheppard - St. Andrew's School


GIAA A Region 6

First Team

Matas Aidietis - Memorial Day School

Alex Halenar - Memorial Day School


GAPPS I-A Region 4

Ike Barry - The Habersham School

Daniil Phillips - The Habersham School

Luke Rowland - The Habersham School

Hamilton Colley - The Habersham School



Player of Year: Ashton Wright - Bethesda Academy


First Team

Jacari Mckay - Bethesda Academy

Israel Wright - Bethesda Academy


SCISA AAll-State Honors

Ashton Wright - Bethesda Academy

Jacari Mckay - Bethesda Academy


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