Creek Wood senior Rachel Bell was selected the District 11-AA Most Valuable Player by the district’s coaches. Bell also was voted MVP of the District 11-AA girls’ tournament after the Lady Red Hawks claimed the crown with a 58-31 win over Lewis County Monday night in Waverly. Creek Wood’s Tom Mullinicks was named Coach of the Year after his Lady Red Hawks completed their second straight undefeated district season in dominating fashion. Joining Bell on the All-District team are teammates Leah Grubb, Bailee Anthony and Brittany Gosnell. Named to the All-Tournament team from Creek Wood are Bell, Grubb, Anthony and Brianna Spicer. On Friday, the TSSAA announced that Bell is again a finalist for the Class AA Miss Basketball honor. Bell was a finalist in 2012 after her sophomore season. Bell is a finalist along with Grainger’s Allison Hodge and Cannon County’s Abbey Sissom. Bell finished the regular season averaging 23.2 points a game for the 29-3 Lady Red Hawks, who won the District 11-AA championship Monday night and are ranked fourth in this week’s AP Class AA poll. After scoring 87 points in three tournament games, Bell has a total of 761 points this season, an average of 23.8 per game. This season she became the first Creek Wood player to pass the 2,000-point mark and has committed to play at Vanderbilt. Hodge and the 24-1 Grainger Lady Grizzlies are ranked number one in Class AA and face Chuckey-Doak for the District 2-AA title tonight. Sissom and the 29-3 Cannon County Lady Lions are ranked number two and beat Livingston Academy 56-54 Monday night for the District 8-AA tournament title. Miss Basketball finalists are nominated by coaches and media members with the winners selected by a statewide committee of sportswriters based on performance, academics and character. The winners will be announced at the TSSAA championship games March 8 at the Murphy Center at Middle Tennessee State University.