3-6A District Awards were announced for Timber Creek girls and boys varsity basketball teams last week, as Timber Creek took the awards by storm. Both squads had countless amounts of nominations and it was a great sign for the coaches to see their players get recognition.

Guys varsity basketball had a well received year, finishing the season in the playoffs, and having plenty of exciting performances individually as well. With a tremendous outcome this season, the Falcon boys were able to put another successful season under their belt.

“[This] season was a success,” said Head Coach Brad Mouser. “[We] had a really good year, [winning] 20 games, and [making] it to the playoffs again back-to-back, which is first time in school history in Boys basketball. [I am] very proud of this group.”

Likewise, the girls varsity closed their successful season with one of their best finishes in school history. 

Ending as Bi-District Champions was not something the group took for granted. The team proved their ability this season by taking over 3-6A in a calmly fashion.

Listed below, the Boys team district awards were released Wednesday, Feb. 27, and the Girls were released Tuesday, Feb. 20.


Jimmy Mouser – 1st team All-District (unanimous)

Nabil Rurangirwa – Co-Defensive Player of the Year

Alec Tribble – 2nd team All-District

Jordyn Vicente – Co-Newcomer of the Year

Cameron Lowe – Honorable Mention

Jack Damon – Honorable Mention



Sydney Nunley – Offensive Player of the Year, 1st team All-District

Lauryn Freeman – Defensive Player of the Year, 1st team All-District

Mel Kailahi – 1st team All-District

Brooke Lay – 1st team All-District

Kristen Gould – 2nd team All-District

Brooke McGee – 2nd team All-District