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Rori Harmon and Kyndall Hunter are headed to University of Texas
What a night it was as the 2021 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine! VYPE handed out awards to the top athletes in his and her respective sports.
Teams and coaches were also recognized. Here are the awards for Public School Women's Basketball.
To watch the show in its entirety, CLICK HERE.
Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is Houston's leading provider of orthopedic services, from sports medicine to joint replacement. Houston Methodist offers comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services with a high standard of excellence for elite athletes, active adults and student athletes. Houston Methodist serves as the official health care provider for the Houston Texans, Houston Astros, Rice Athletics, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera.
It is awards season here at VYPE!
We welcome you to the Countdown to the 2021 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Over the next two weeks, we will be unveiling the finalists for the player of the year awards. Team and Coach of the Year awards will be announced LIVE during the Fourth Annual VYPE Awards.
The winners will be honored in a one-hour virtual show on Sunday, June 27 at 6 p.m. on VYPE Houston's website, Twitter account and on the VYPE Texas Facebook page and YouTube Channel! It will be an event to get dressed up for and to tune in to as it will be an evening full of special moments!
Let us get it started! Here are the finalists for Public School Women's Basketball Player of the Year!
Rori Harmon was the straw that stirred the drink at Cypress Creek as the point guard of the Cougars. Harmon averaged 18.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.8 assists per game and was a menace on the defensive side averaging 5.2 steals per game. She helped guide Cy Creek to the Class 6A State Championship game for a second-straight year and third time in four seasons. Harmon is signed to the University of Texas and was also a McDonald's All-American selection.
Kyndall Hunter is the other piece to the puzzle that has made Cy Creek so good for the past four years. Hunter, just like Harmon, started on varsity starting in her freshman season. This year, Hunter averaged a team-leading 18.9 points per game and is signed to the University of Texas. Hunter was also a McDonald's All-American selection.
Kaiya Wynn only spent one season in H-Town after moving to town from Tennessee in the offseason but her impact was felt. The senior, who signed with the University of Tennessee, averaged 29 points and 10.8 rebounds per game for the Falcons, who went undefeated in district play.