Lewisville football players named to all-district team



Wide receiver Tyrell Shavers and defensive tackle Khris Lee highlighted a group of 10 Lewisville High School football players named to the District 5-6A all-district team.

Shavers and Lee were both named to the all-district first team. Offensive linemen Eric Jones and Jackson Richmond, wide receiver Kyle Smith, defensive linemen Dekevion Brown and Emmanuel Adesina, linebackers Ahmadric Pelican and Matt Enyart, and safety Kevin Anderson were all selected to the second team.

Adesina, a junior, was the only Farmer underclassman selected for post-season honors. Shavers, Lee, Jones and Richmond made the all-district team for the second consecutive year.

Shavers repeated on the first team, despite a frustrating season due to Farmer quarterbacks’ struggles. He started LHS’ last two games at quarterback, as Farmer coach Gregg Miller tried to involve him more offensively. The four-star recruit remains committed to the University of Alabama, despite overtures from other notable college programs.

District champion Southlake Carroll had 28 all-district selections. Dragon quarterback Mason Holmes was named District Most Valuable Player.

Hebron quarterback Clayton Tune was selected offensive player of the year, while Flower Mound’s Connor Lee was named defensive player of the year. Both juniors will have an opportunity to defend their selections next season.

Flower Mound Marcus sophomore running back Justin Dinka was tabbed offensive newcomer of the year.

Carroll, Hebron, Euless Trinity and Trophy Club Byron Nelson represented 5-6A in the state playoffs.