BHS, KHHS earn top FACA awards in girls basketball

Bradford’s Ar’Nayshia Griffin is the FACA District 6-3A Player of the Year.

Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford High School freshman Ar’Nayshia Griffin was named the Florida Athletic Coaches Association District 6-3A Player of the Year, while Keystone Heights High School senior Dezaray Bright and Head Coach Jessica Carter were the FACA District 6-4A Player of the Year and Coach of the Year.

The Telegraph-Times-Monitor was unable to obtain Griffin’s stats for the season, but Bright scored 301 points (12.5 per game) and grabbed 337 rebounds (14 per game). Bright posted a points-rebounds double-double in 20 of the 24 games she played, ranking her third in the state among players whose stats were recorded on MaxPreps. She was 13th in the state in total rebounds.

Carter guided the Indians to a 16-9 record.

FACA District 6 is composed of schools in Bradford, Clay, Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns counties.

Keystone’s Dezaray Bright is the FACA District 6-4A Player of the Year.
Keystone’s Jessica Carter is the FACA District 6-4A Coach of the Year.