Homestead junior Sydney Buck, Frankton senior Kelsey Key and Columbus North sophomore Ali Patberg collected girls' accolades for the same span.
Brown poured in 34 points in leading Angola to a 59-56 season-opening victory over Wawasee for the boys' District 1 award. The sharp-shooting guard made two 3-pointers en route to his big outburst for the Hornets.
The 6-8 Irvin, a Michigan recruit, averaged 27.0 points, 9.7 rebounds and 4.0 assists in leading Hamilton Southeastern to a 3-0 start in claiming boys' District 2 honors. Irvin opened with 31 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in an 81-61 victory over Fishers. He followed with 30 points, nine rebounds and two assists in a 73-66 win over Bowman Academy. Irvin finished his week with 20 points, nine rebounds and four dimes in a 73-63 triumph over Lake Central.
Wittmer netted 27.5 points, 11.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists in a pair of games for Loogootee to earn boys' District 3 laurels. First, Wittmer tallied 25 points, 12 rebounds and four assists in a 61-36 victory over Attica. The 6-6 forward then produced 30 points, 11 rebounds and five assists as the defending Class A state champion Lions defeated Rock Creek Academy 70-49.
The 5-foot-6 Buck averaged 29.0 points over two games to receive girls' District 1 honors. Buck began her week with a school-record 38 points — including a school-record eight 3-pointers — in leading Homestead to a 77-44 triumph over Marion. She followed four more 3-pointers en route to 20 points as the Spartans (3-0) posted a 58-32 victory over Huntington North.
Key tallied 33 points and 13 rebounds as Frankton topped Shenandoah 72-32 and claim girls' District 2 accolades. The 5-8 wing converted 15-of-26 shots from the field, including 3-of-8 3-pointers, while adding five steals for the Eagles (3-2). Key has signed to play at Northern Kentucky University beginning in 2013-14.
The 5-10 Patberg received the girls' District 3 award after helping Columbus North to victories over Shelbyville and Lawrence North. Patberg tallied 13 points, two rebounds, one assist and three blocks in a 71-22 win over the Golden Bears. The sophomore guard paced the Bull Dogs (4-0) to a 64-62 triumph over the Wildcats with 29 points, six rebounds, five assists and four blocks.District 1 boys — Drew Benedict, Columbia City; Larry Crisler, Hammond Noll; Terry Davis, South Bend Adams; Trent Elliott, Culver; Levon Hamilton III, Hammond; Jacob Heller, Prairie Heights; Tyler Jenkins, Fremont; Tra'Veon Johnson, South Bend Washington; Kyle Miller, Westview; Justin Mitchell, Fort Wayne Wayne; Antonio Penny, Logansport; Zach Rehlander, New Prairie; Drew Schermerhorn, West Noble; Bryson Scott, Fort Wayne Northrop; Dylan Short, Knox; Trent Van Horn, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Clay Yeo, Triton.
District 1 girls — Jesse Averone, Oregon-Davis; Savannah Bley, NorthWood; Heather Burton, Washington Township; Ally Christman, Fort Wayne Dwenger; Kyler Columbia, Glenn; Bernadette Grabowski, Munster; Hanna Hochstetler, Bethany Christian; KiLee Knafel, Wawasee; Maria McCoy, Westview; Madeline Raster, South Bend St. Joseph; Madison Schrock, Northridge; Taylor Seiss, Leo; Aleah Swary, Fort Wayne Northrop; Payton Thompson, Northfield; Jennifer Walker-Crawford, Warsaw.
District 2 boys — Caleb Brannon, Lebanon; Joey Cardenas, Beech Grove; C.J. Coleman, Mt. Vernon (Fortville); Mike Crawford, Tipton; Grant Evans, Wapahani; J.C. Faubion, Lutheran; Brogan Gary, Pendleton Heights; Eron Gordon, North Central; Aaron Korn, Frankton; C.J. McMann, Western Boone; Michael Morris, New Palestine; Chase Mosser, South Adams; Avery Motes, Danville; Jordan Pickett, Pike; Forrester Sims, Franklin Central; Justus Stanback, West Lafayette; P.J. Thompson, Brebeuf Jesuit.
District 2 girls — Molly Bridges, Southport; Kayla Brown, Westfield; Kelsi Byrd, North Montgomery; Sara Dickey, Riverton Parke; Celeste Edwards, North Central; Paige Frisch, Norwell; Allison Nash, Speedway; Katelyn Nordhoff, Carmel; Taya Reimer, Hamilton Southeastern; Tyana Robinson, Pike; Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon; Mackenzie Taylor, Richmond; Kyra Tucker, Lawrence Central; Dakota Weatherford, Hamilton Heights.
District 3 boys — Gabe Bauer, Silver Creek; Calvin Blank, Terre Haute North; Tyler Brough, Eastern Greene; Nick Crays, North Daviess; Dejan Davis, Whiteland; Nathan Hannan, Rising Sun; Ben Hays, Bloomfield; Gene Hodge, Crothersville; R.J. Jackson, Eastern (Pekin); Kourtlandt Martin, Evansville Central; Bryant McIntosh, Greensburg; Joey Mingione, Shawe Memorial; Reilly Reinbold, Shelbyville; Jeffrey Turner, Terre Haute South.
District 3 girls — Kirsten Biggs, Jennings County; Justice Burden, Charlestown; Ashley Graves, Perry Central; Ally Hunsinger, Washington; Madison Kaiser, Floyd Central; Jenna Knepp, Barr-Reeve; Ally Lehman, Indian Creek; Janisha Lindsey, Evansville Bosse; Brooke Packer, East Central; Tori Packwood, West Washington; Brooke Rohlfing, Batesville; Rhagen Smith, Sullivan; Annie Thomas, Southwestern (Shelby); Lauren Whitlatch, Bloomington South.Nov. 7-12 — District 1 girls: KiLee Knafel, Wawasee. District 2 girls: Mackenzie Taylor, Richmond. District 3: Justice Burden, Charlestown.
Nov. 14-19 — District 1 girls: Blayr Poston, Hanover Central. District 2 girls: Jill Morrison, Winchester. District 3 girls: Jenna Allen, Bedford North Lawrence.
Nov. 21-24 — District 1 boys: Simon Brown, Angola. District 1 girls: Sydney Buck, Homestead. District 2 boys: Zak Irvin, Hamilton Southeastern. District 2 girls: Kelsey Key, Frankton. District 3 boys: Conner Wittmer, Loogootee. District 3 girls: Ali Patberg, Columbus North.