Classen SAS' Darianna Littlepage-Buggs named ACAC MVP
Classen SAS star freshman Darianna Littlepage-Buggs led the Comets back to the Class 4A state tournament for a second time in school history.
And she was named the MVP of the All City Athletic Conference last month.
Littlepage-Buggs averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds in her debut season and helped the Comets go 6-1 against Class 6A foes.
Classen SAS first-year coach Jim Perinovic was also named Coach of the Year.
Douglass’ Caleigh Stevenson was named Offensive Player of the Year, while Northwest Classen’s Joycelyn Gunn was named Defensive Player of the Year. John Marshall’s Margiznee Turner was named Newcomer of the Year.
Here is a complete look at the all-conference team:
MVP: Darianna Littlepage-Buggs, Classen SAS
Offensive Player of the Year: Caleigh Stevenson, Douglass
Defensive Player of the Year: Joycelyn Gunn, Northwest Classen
Newcomer of the Year: Margiznee Turner, John Marshall
Coach of the Year: Jim Perinovic, Classen SAS
Kierra Allen, Northeast; Jordan Harrison, Classen SAS; Morgan Kennedy, Classen SAS; Sincere Moore, Northwest Classen; Mickela Walters, Star Spencer
Travisha Cogdell, Star Spencer; Maria Curley, Southeast; Takare Drennon, Northwest Classen; Madison Roberts, Classen SAS; Samone Webber, Northeast
Sadie Dean, Northwest Classen; Zykia Flowers, Southeast; Micah Gray, Classen SAS; Kierra Howard, Douglass; Makayla Jackson, Southeast; Jamia Johnson, Capitol Hill; Alayna Love, Centennial; Myka Owens, Douglass; Tatyana Pittman, U.S. Grant; Shamyia Pugh, Star Spencer; Nyla Smith, John Marshall; Donesha Staten, U.S. Grant; Ashari Sykes, Douglass.