St. Charles Parish was well-represented on the All-District 7-5A this season, one in which all four of its teams earned postseason berths, including one district champion, one that pushed a state champion to the brink and one that brought a postseason drought to an end.
Sophomore Claudell Harris represents Hahnville on the 7-5A boys first team. The combo guard averaged 15.5 points per game to go with 3.5 rebounds and 2.1 assists as he helped lift Hahnville to a 21-14 record this season and a first round playoff victory.
Destrehan junior Zalvin Michael led Destrehan this season and was recognized by selection to the 7-5A second team. He averaged 14 points per game and pulled down six rebounds a contest, helping Destrehan return to the postseason for the first time since 2015, on the back of a 19-11 record.
Hahnville’s Kaden Pierre joins him on the second team after leading the Tigers in scoring and rebounding, averaging 16.5 points per game and 10.2 rebounds as a sophomore.
On the girls’ side, Hahnville’s Danae Lorio earned first team honors after averaging 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, two assists and nearly a block per game. Lorio helped Hahnville earn a share of the Class 7-5A district championship and post a 21-13 record.
Destrehan, meanwhile, got a boost from the strong season turned in by Breion Richard, who earned second team honors. Richard averaged 12 points and six rebounds for the Wildcats this season as she helped lead the Wildcats back into the postseason.
Coaches for both 7-5A’s boys and girls also voted on an All-Defensive team. The Lady Tigers’ Kori Joseph earned the nod for her stellar play on that end of the floor, averaging 2.4 steals per game to go with nine points and two assists a contest.