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The Week in Prep Sports

 
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The end of the school year means the beginning of postseason awards.

The Daily Memphian is recognizing the accomplishments of spring sports this week, with boys and girls track, softball, baseball and tennis already spotlighted. For each sport, we salute our player of the year, coach of the year and all-metro teams for Divisions 1 and 2. Among those already recognized are Central track standout Jordan Ware and Miss Softball winner Addie Graham of Arlington. And soccer and lacrosse are still to come. — John Varlas

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Future Ole Miss player produced some eye-popping numbers for Division 2-A state runner-up.

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J.R. Jacobs’ 3-pointer sends the game to OT, and Amarr Knox scores 33 points in loss to Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett.

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Box score: Dobyns-Bennett 70, Bartlett 69 (OT)

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Sophomore shortstop led the Shelby-Metro area in batting average and runs while leading her team to 27 victories.

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Jordan Ware won two individual titles and anchored two winning relays for Rashad Haynes’ championship squad.

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St. George’s junior Lauren Rutlin won state titles in two of the three distance races; East’s Matt LeFlore takes top coaching honors.

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Ranjay Arul, Dany Hamze and Aleyla Wooten starred on the courts in 2022.

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Hudson Brown tosses a complete-game shutout in decisive victory over Clarksville Academy.

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