Seminole junior post McKaylee Weishuhn (15) attempts a hook shot over a Lubbock Cooper defender during action in District 2-3A play held this past January. Weishuhn was one of four Seminole Maiden basketball players honored this past week with postseason accolades, as District 2-3A All-District honors were announced. (Sentinel File Photo/Dustin Wright)
Seminole junior post McKaylee Weishuhn (15) attempts a hook shot over a Lubbock Cooper defender during action in District 2-3A play held this past January. Weishuhn was one of four Seminole Maiden basketball players honored this past week with postseason accolades, as District 2-3A All-District honors were announced. (Sentinel File Photo/Dustin Wright)

Four Seminole Maiden basketball players were honored Monday for their play during the course of the 2014 District 2-3A season, as district coaches released their All-District selections.


Seminole junior McKaylee Weishuhn was named the 2-3A Offensive Most Valuable Player for the 2014 district season, which saw the Maidens finish in a tie for third place with a 6-4 district record.


The Maidens, for the 2013-14 season, finished with a 17-11 overall record and a Class 3A Bi-District playoff appearance, where they fell to then state-ranked Dalhart, 56-48.


Maiden sophomore Kelea Pool was tabbed as the 2-3A Newcomer of the Year, according to polling conducted by the six head coaches of 2-3A play.


Shallowater senior Sharon Harkey was named the 2014 District MVP, while Levelland senior Sydney Shakespeare was named the district's Defensive MVP.


Seminole sophomore wing Kendall Freeman was the lone Seminole selection to be named to the District's first team, while sophomore guard Tatum McGehee was named as the Maidens' lone second team selection.


Seminole seniors Hope Hicks and Morgan Jones, as well as junior Madison Burtch were listed as Honorable Mentions for their play during the course of the 2014 district season.


The Levelland Loboettes, the second place team from 2-3A, led the way with seven all-district selections, followed by district champion Shallowater's six. Seminole and Lubbock Cooper -- who tied the Maidens for third place in the district standings -- both had four representatives, while Estacado and Andrews had two and one representative, respectively.