The The Waynesville Tigers and Lady Tigers collected more post season basketball honors this week, as the Ozark Conference teams have been announced.

Re’Shawna Stone

1st All Ozark Conference, 2nd Team All Ozone.

Stone was one of the key players for the Lady Tigers this season as they were tied for second in the Ozark Conference. They lost to Kickapoo and Camdenton in two close games. Stone led the team with her 21 points per game and 4 assists per game. She was also a strong defensive presence with her 5 rebounds per game and 3.4 steals this season per game.

Kiara Shoulders

1st Team All Ozark Conference

Shoulders is a player that will be missed next year. She averaged close to 20 points a game and was a very strong rebounder. She was a great leader for the team and made nearly every all tournament team this season. She plans of continuing her basketball career in college.

Victoria Perry

Honorable Mention All Ozark Conference

Perry was one of the core members of the Lady Tigers this winter. She was often one of the top scorers in nearly every game as well as the top rebounder. She was a key player in helping the tigers win 20-plus games. 

Naudia Evans

Honorable Mention All Ozark Conference

Evans was about important player on the offensive and defensive side of the ball. She was often a spark for the Lady Tigers that lead to a fast break away score.

Katie Handley

All Ozark Conference Defensive Team

Handley was a rebounding machine. She was able to often lead the team in rebounds and be the play to help steal the ball and score several fast break points. 

David Adams Jr.

All Ozark Conference Defensive Team

Adams was an unreplaceable piece of the Tigers defense, as he was able to not only be a to defensive player but score some key baskets late in games. He is also a multi-sport athlete they will be missed next season.

Carson Cavalier

1st Team All Ozark Conference

Cavalier was a player that you could count on to score if you need to. He was one of the team’s leaders in three point shots this season. He was also a key defensive player for the Tigers. He will be returning to lead the Tigers to another great season.