The Fulshear High School boys basketball team wasn’t cute able to get things rolling toward a deep playoff run or a District 25-4A title.
The Chargers were able to collect the program’s second bi-district victory and numerous accolades on the District 25-4A all-district team.
The group is headlined by junior guard Demari Williams, who was named the District 25-4A most-valuable player. Williams was a force on both ends of the floor with his size and grace around the basket.
Williams (not Grace) was joined by senior guard Othneil Lewis on the all-district first team.
Forward Sam Akinrelere and guard Isaiah Barganier, both sophomores, were named to the all-district second team.
Junior guard Jackson Edge and senior guard Sean Pountney earned honorable mention.
Fulshear finished with a 16-17 record overall and a 9-3 record in District 25-4A.
The Chargers collected a 66-41 victory against Bellville in the bi-district round before losing a 58-55 heart-breaker against Boerne in the area round.
Fulshear will have eight underclassmen returning for the 2019-20 season when the Chargers move up to Class 5A.