Also honored by the district basketball coaches were Jalen Harrison on the first team. Kiana Childress was named first team on the girls’ side. All three players are sophomores.
“Congratulations to Vinny. I think he’s had a great year. For being as young as he is, being a 10th grader and having us having to depend on him to do so many things for us, I thought the other coaches felt the same way about it.
“Just really glad for him to have that award passed on to him. It is a lot of hard work and we have some really good players in this district. I think the coaches respect the way he plays, the way he does things on the court,” said FCHS head coach Munro Rateau.
Agee averaged 19 points a game and about six rebounds a game.
Forward Harrison was also named to the first team. Harrison averaged over 15 points and about six rebounds a game.
“I’m really proud of the way [Vinny and Jalen] have played all year. It’s really hard to believe how young they are and how mature they are on the basketball floor. They both love playing the game, I’m just really proud for them,” said Rateau.
With the the announcement of Agee as the top honor, Fluvanna has taken the award three straight years. The last two years were won by now-Radford freshman YaYa Anderson.
For the girls’ basketball team, Kiána Childress was voted to the first team. The guard frequently leads the team in scoring each game and does lead the team in scoring for the year.
The second seeded boys’ team will play Monticello (third seed) in the Jefferson District semifinals on Feb. 12. The third seeded girls’ team also plays Monticello (first seed) for the district semifinals on Feb. 13. Both games will be played at FCHS.