Posted On: 03/9/19 10:24 AM

The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) crowned six champions, on Friday, in six of their twelve classes or divisions. While some games were mismatches on paper, they all ended up being highly competitive. In each game, there was a most outstanding player named. While I will definitely discuss a few of them, I will highlight standouts from each championship game on Friday.

Jaron Davis / 5'9" / Jehovah-Jireh / 2019 

While sophomore Brandon Harton, Jr. (6'2") won Most Outstanding Player for his performance, senior Jaron Davis probably had the most impactful championship game.  His two jobs were to run the show for Jehovah-Jireh and defend Crescent City point guard Byron Joshua (5'11", 2020).  Davis took on both jobs and performed as a true senior would.  His stat line scoring was just a meager eight points.  However, Davis was responsible for seven assists and eight steals.  He put in a yeomen's work on both ends of the floor.  Whether it was playing a pass first game or causing havoc on the defensive end, Davis gave Jehovah-Jireh what it needed.  As a result, the Warriors were able to hoist back-to-back championships in Division

Louisiana All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Louisiana to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!