MVP

News Courier/Kim Rynders Zane Campbell is Limestone County’s MVP this season.

West Limestone junior center Zane Campbell and Tanner senior Hollye Keenum have been named by Limestone County coaches as the Most Valuable Players this past basketball season.

Campbell, who is following in the footsteps of his older brother, Zack, and sisters Chasity and Channa at West Limestone, led the Wildcats in every category this past season.

Keenum led Tanner in scoring and was a key factor in the Lady Rattlers making it to the Final Four in Class 2A in Birmingham two weeks ago.

Campbell is 6-feet, six-inches tall, and has an impressive inside game. But his eye-popping outside game is second to none.

The same can be said for Keenum, according to the coaches. She can drive to the basket for a quick layup and at the same time step outside and drain a three when her team needed it.

Campbell and Keenum head up the Limestone County coaches All-Limestone County Basketball Teams that were announced Friday.

Tanner coach Chris Whitt and East Limestone coach Brian Wagnon were named Limestone County Coaches of the Year.

Whitt took his Rattlers to the state Final Four and area and county championships. Wagnon led the Lady Indians to a Class 4A area championship and a Limestone County title.

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