Ms. Basketball Finalists

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    Ms. Basketball Finalists

    1st: Hannah Langhi, Marshall Co.
    2nd: Alisha Owens, Henderson Co.
    3rd: Lily Grimes, Breckinridge Co.
    4th: Elli Bartley, Glasgow; MacKenzie Coleman, Metcalfe Co.
    5th: Jada Stinson, Elizabethtown
    6th: Lindsey Duvall, Bullitt East; Jaelynn Penn, Butler
    7th: Tonysha Curry, Manual
    8th: Kaylee Clifford, Trimble Co.
    9th: Allison Johnson, Beechwood
    10th: Whitney O’Mara, Mason Co.
    11th: Princess Stewart, Franklin Co.
    12th: Emmie Harris, Boyle Co.
    13th: Jordan Brock, Harlan
    14th: McKenzie Flynn, Estill Co.
    15th: Ali May, Johnson Central
    16th: Maggie Jachimczuk, Russell

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    Nice list of basketball players there.

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    Congrats to all the young ladies for being nominated. Good luck to each one.

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    Congrats to all ladies nominated. Just an honor to be included on this list

    Honestly, think it comes down to Duvall and Brock. Anyone else have any opinions?

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    If you know stats put them up so we can see. Owens 20pts 7rebs a game and is 3rd in field goal shooting at 70 percent.

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    Duvall or Penn

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    Congrats to all the young ladies on the list!!

    SK's Niece will be a top contender for this award next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger1 View Post
    Congrats to all the young ladies on the list!!

    SK's Niece will be a top contender for this award next year.
    First, this is 2017 thread. So I'm not sure if you wanna sound like you know. Second, Niece is no where close in comparison to other 2018 players. I mean no where. I dont care if she dropped 50 a game. She may win 8th due to politics and who else is there in 8th, but certainlynot the state.

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    Congrats to all the young ladies that made the list!

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    Is Hannah Langhi the daughter of Dan Langhi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACourt&ADream View Post
    First, this is 2017 thread. So I'm not sure if you wanna sound like you know. Second, Niece is no where close in comparison to other 2018 players. I mean no where. I dont care if she dropped 50 a game. She may win 8th due to politics and who else is there in 8th, but certainlynot the state.
    So you are telling me that Niece will not be in the top 16 for Ms Basketball next year? And you think she might only win 8th region POY next year because of politics? I will be curious to see what your response is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanGene View Post
    Is Hannah Langhi the daughter of Dan Langhi?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger1 View Post
    Congrats to all the young ladies on the list!!

    SK's Niece will be a top contender for this award next year.
    I've been shocked to not see her name on the list the last two years, only to remember she still has another year to torture the 8th.

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    We need to keep this on the 2017 finalists. Niece is one of the top players in a very loaded 2018 class.

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    Someone explain the pick for the 9th region. Not even the best player in her district, maybe third best in the 35th.
    Who makes this decision or places the votes for this award? Who represented the 9th region for this vote? Who voted for who?

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