33rd Annual WYMT Mountain Classic to go down in record books
Another WYMT Food City Mountain Basketball Classic presented by Kentucky Farm Bureau and sponsored by ARH is in the books.
Just like the previous 32 tournaments, number 33 provided many top plays and top moments.
The Hazard Bulldogs won the boys' title, the school's first since 2014.
The South Laurel Lady Cardinals became the third girls' team to go back-to-back. Both Bell County and Harlan County have accomplished that feat.
Knox County won the Boys' Basketball Cheerleading Competiton, with Clay County winning on the girls' side.
Here are the rest of the awards for the boys' side:
Tyler Owens – Pike Co. Central, Javonte Turner – Knox Central, Trey Francis - Phelps, Trey James – Martin Co., Colby Napier – Knott Co. Central, Evan Langdon – Clay Co., Jacob Curry – Clay Co., Reece Fletcher – Hazard, Jarrett Napier – Hazard, and Logan Hall – Hazard made the 2019 All-Tournament Team.
Tony Turner 110% Award - Jae Dyn Gist (Harlan)
6th Man Award – Connor Robinson (Clay Co.)
Sportsmanship Award – Kent Damron (Knott Co. Central)
MVP – Wade Pelfrey (Hazard)
Here are the rest of the awards for the girls' side:
Kennedy Harvel - Floyd Co. Central, Kelsey Brinager - Pike Co. Central, Alyssa Elswick - Shelby Valley, Kaylee Mathis - Clay County,
Hailee Caudill - Hazard, Haley Mullins - Hazard, Amerah Steele - South Laurel, Sydni Hall - South Laurel made the 2019 All-Tournament Team.
Tony Turner 110% Award - Taylor Asher (Clay Co.)
6th Man Award – Tori Hampton, (Shelby Valley)
Sportsmanship Award – Emily Cox (South Laurel)
MVP- Ally Collett (South Laurel)