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Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCK -- Walker Landry's Lamar Peters, right, and Keytaon Thompson, celebrate their victory over Salmen in the Class 4A final Saturday in Lake Charles.

Make it another Landry-Walker repeat.

The Charging Buccaneers won their second staright Class 4A state basketball title in March.

Now the school has its second straight Most Outstanding Player as well.

Landry-Walker junior guard Lamar Peters was voted the top honor on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 4A all-state team.

He follows former Landry-Walker point guard Tyree Griffin, now a freshman at Oklahoma State, who won it in 2014.

The 6-foot-1 Peters, a sharp-shooting guard with unlimited range, averaged 19.7 points and five assists for the Charging Buccaneers, who have won titles in each season since the merger of Landry and O. Perry Walker High Schools.

While Landry-Walker repeated, Salmen center Kalani Brown made it a personal 3-peat.

Brown, a 6-foot-6 Baylor signee, was voted Most Outstanding Player for a third consecutive season.

She averaged 23.0 points, 11.8 rebounds and 3.4 blocks per game as a senior, leading the Spartans to a runner-up finish after winning back-to-back titles as a sophomore and junior.

Peters and Brown helped the New Orleans area pull off a sweep of top honors.

Coach of the Year honors went to Salmen’s Jay Carlin on the boys side and Easton’s Darius Mimms for the girls. Carlin led the Spartans to a 26-6 record and the No. 1 seed in the Class 4A playoffs while Mimms and the top-seeded Eagles nearly went undefeated at 36-1.

DeJon Jarreau, a 6-foot-6 junior from McDonogh 35, was also a first-team All-State boys selction. Jarreau averaged 16.9 points for the Roneagles, who made it to the Top 28 Tournament.

Two other local girls players, Warren Easton’s Kechell Figueroa and Cabrini’s Rakell Spencer, were also selected to the first team. .

Figueroa, a junior, averaged 14.9 points, seven assists, and three steals for the Eagles, who finished No. 1 in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 rankings.

Spencer, also a junior, averaged 15 points and led her team to the Class 4A semifinals where it fell to eventual champion Easton.

Three boys players from the New Orleans area were selected to the second team. They were Landry-Walker’s Keytaon Thompson, Salmen’s Chris Vickers, and Warren Easton’s Kevin Hicks. Thompson scored the game-winning basket in the state title game against Salmen.

Local girls voted to the second team were Karr senior guard Rehema Franklin and Easton senior Sabrina Banks.