Two weeks after the Dillard girls basketball team won its fourth consecutive state title, some individual honors are starting to roll in for the Panthers.
On Friday, Dillard standout Kayla Wright was named the Florida Dairy Farmer's Class 5A Player of the Year. She's now in the running for the state's Miss Basketball Award.
Wright, a senior forward who has signed with Tulsa, was the Panthers' leading scorer, averaging 16.0 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.
The other finalists for the Miss Basketball Award include Class 8A Player of the Year Sydnei McCaskill (Dr. Phillips), Class 7A Player of the Year Jessica Thomas (Gainesville Buchholz), Class 6A Player of the Year Brittany Brown (Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee), Class 4A Player of the Year Ronni Williams (Port Orange Atlantic), Class 3A Player of the Year Shannon Cranshaw (Daytona Beach Father Lopez), Class 2A Player of the Year LaKaris Salter (Tallahassee FAMU), and Class 1A Player of the Year Brianti Saunders (Hilliard).
Dillard coach Marcia Pinder was also honored Friday and was named the Dairy Farmer's Class 5A Coach of the Year. She's a finalists for the state's overall award, which will be announced later this spring.Copyright © 2015, CT Now