By Craig Beilfuss

Muskegon Heights Academy teammates Ty’veonna Davis and Aniea Johnson were named honorable mention on the The Associated Press Division 4 all-state girls basketball team.

Davis and Johnson led the Heights to a 9-9 overall record. The Tigers won the schools’ first-ever regional title then saw their season end in the quarterfinals in a setback to Adrian Lenawee Christian.

Davis led the Heights scoring 28 points per game while Johnson averaged 11.0 per game.

Davis definitely deserves to be an all-stater,” Heights coach Tyrie Johnson said. “Johnson was our floor leader. I am happy for both of them. They both are very deserving of being all-staters.”

Fruitport Calvary Christian was represented by junior McKena Wilson, also an honorable mention selection. Wilson averaged 15.1 points per game in leading the Eagles to a 13-7 record.

McKena is a player who works incredibly hard on her game,” Calvary Christian coach Matt Payton said. “She is a very coachable player. She is a terrific shooter and ball handler. McKena plays both ends of the court as she is also a good defender.

McKena is a good leader and a good student.”

Ta’veonna Davis of Muskegon Heights (Photo/Leo Valdez)

McKena Wilson of Fruitport Calvary Christian (Photo courtesy of FCC Athletic Dept)