St. John Parish MVP

Published 12:00 am Monday, March 28, 2005

RCS guard Demond Carter

Widely regarded as the best player in Class B and perhaps in America, the junior guard had a phenomenal season as he led the Eagles to their third state championship. Carter averaged 32 points a games, pulled down five rebounds, dished out eight assists and averaged two steals during the season.

“He has been so good for so long,” RCS Head Coach Tim Byrd said. “I think people have actually started to take him for granted. He is a winner. He can do everything for us.

“The biggest thing is that he is an asset to your team because of his unselfishness and that is great.”