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Girls' First Team

 

Sara Hammond, Rockcastle County/Forward

Hammond is a two-time first-team All-State selection and took home all the major awards after leading the Lady Rockets to the state title.

 

Becca Greenwell, Owensboro Catholic/Guard

Greenwell, only a sophomore, led the state in scoring with 32.6 points a game and earned her second All-State selection.

 

Sydney Moss, Boone County/ Forward

Moss is one of six repeat players on the first team after averaging 22.8 points, 11.5 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 2.6 steals and 1.6 blocked shots for the Lady Rebels.

 

Kendall Noble, Perry County Central/Guard

One of the state's top contenders for Miss Basketball next season, Noble led Perry County Central to the 14th Region title in her first season at the school.

 

Makayla Epps, Marion County/ Guard

The 5-foot-10 Epps averaged 16.8 points, 4.8 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 2.6 steals in leading the Wildcats to the Sweet 16 semifinals, where they lost to Manual.

 

Chastity Gooch, Franklin-Simpson/Forward

Gooch was named Fourth Region Player of the Year the past two seasons and is on the first team for a second time. She averaged 23 points, 14 rebounds and four blocked shots a game during her senior season.

 

Lauren Tibbs, Scott/Center

Tibbs leaves Scott High as the school's all-time leader in points, rebounds and blocked shots. She was also an all-state volleyball player.

 

Carla Booth, Sheldon Clark/ Guard

The 5-foot-7 point guard finished her third consecutive year as the 15th Region Player of the Year by leading the Lady Cardinals to the Sweet 16, where they lost in the quarterfinals.

 

Averee Fields, Calloway County/Forward

Fields averaged 23.8 points and 12.9 rebounds and shot 57 percent from the field as the Lady Lakers won the First Region and made it to the Sweet 16 semifinals.

 

Kyvin Goodin-Rogers, Marion County/ Forward

Another repeat first-team choice, Goodin-Rogers also is one of the top 50 sophomore prospects nationally. This past season, she averaged 11.5 points and 9.5 rebounds and blocked 95 shots.

 

 

Girls' Second Team Player, school Ht. Cl.

 

Jenna Crittendon, Ryle 5-11 Jr.

Kristen Stainback, Scott County 5-10 Sr.

Whitney Belle Jackson, Clay Co. 6-1 Sr.

Natalie Greenwell, Elizabethtown 5-6 Sr.

Mechael Guess, Manual 5-10 Sr.

Juliann Miller, Mercy 5-8 Sr.

Danay Fothergill, Southwestern 5-8 Sr.

Adrienne Tarrence, Bowling Green 5-8 Sr.

Chelsey Smith, Pineville 5-8 Sr.

April Wilson, Manual 5-8 Jr.

 

Girls' Third Team Player, school Ht. Cl.

 

Bre Elder, Marion County 5-9 Jr.

Morgan Clemons, Sacred Heart 5-11 Sr.

Lindsey Burd, Hart County 5-11 Jr.

Hillary Moore, Leslie County 5-8 Sr.

Angie Lawrence, Rockcastle Co. 5-5 Sr.

Kayla Rankin, Perry County Central 6-0 Fr.

Kristin Perry, West Carter 6-1 Sr.

Stevi Morgan, Clinton County 5-10 Sr.

Jenna Cornelison, Madison Central 5-9 Sr.

Maddie Peabody, Sacred Heart 5-5 Sr.

Sydni Wainscott, Simon Kenton 5-5 Sr.

 

Girls' Honorable Mention

 

First Region – Haley Armstrong, Murray; Bonnie Durrett, Community Christian; Taylor Futrell, Calloway County; Janssen Starks, Murray.

 

Second Region – Madison Dayberry, Union County; Jessi Hodge, Crittenden County; Rachel Hodge, Union County.

 

Third Region – Julie Jarboe, Breckinridge County; Arielle Keown, Ohio County.

 

Fourth Region – Caylan Bybee, Monroe County; Molly Lamb, Greenwood; Alexis Lawrence, Bowling Green; Haley Perkins, Glasgow; Zoe Sibalich, Bowling Green.

 

Fifth Region – Alexis Brewer, LaRue County; Ivy Brown, LaRue County; Mercedes Cox, Taylor County; Daizah Kimberland, Bardstown; Adelaide Luckett, Elizabethtown; McKenzie Martin, Adair County.

 

Sixth Region – Brianna Averette, Central; Megan Cureton, Butler; Keoka Hilliard, Bullitt Central; Heather Wheat, Butler; Lindey Young, Bullitt East.

 

Seventh Region – Jaylan Bodiford, Ballard; Lauren Faris, Mercy; Lenette Holt, Jeffersontown; Teonia McCune, Fern Creek; Aisjah Roan, Jeffersontown; Kayla Styles, Manual; Leasia Wright, Manual; Kara Wright, Manual.

 

Eighth Region – Mackenzie Cann, Anderson County; Hannah Devine, Carroll County; Kelli Dixon, Walton-Verona; Rianna Gayheart, Owen County; Jasmine Whitfield, South Oldham.

 

Ninth Region – Toria Fischer, Conner; Abby Janszen, St. Henry; Abby Jump, Ryle; Nicole Kiernan, Newport Catholic.

 

10th Region – Kelsie Pugh, Pendleton County; Macie Spence, Montgomery County; Katelyn Smith, Mason County; Sara Stricklen, Bracken County.

 

11th Region – Larryn Brooks, Madison Central; Shomari Kendrick, Lafayette; Ashli Mayes, Franklin County; Candace Morton, Henry Clay; Serena Sandusky, Bryan Station; Octavia Wilson, Lexington Catholic.

 

12th Region – Kayla Bowlin, Wayne County; Nicole Coffman, Casey County.

 

13th Region – Tamara Crawford, North Laurel; Whitney Gilliam, Harlan County; Shakira Gregory, Knox Central; Maci Morris, Bell County; Kayla Smith, Clay County.

 

14th Region – Kelah Eldridge, Letcher Central; Paige Slone, Knott Central.

 

15th Region – Brooke Coleman, Shelby Valley; Leeza Mullins, Shelby Valley; Katelyn Newsome, Sheldon Clark.

 

16th Region – Kayla Day, Fairview; Tierra Hamilton, Rowan County.

 

 

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Prisha Rogers of Clark Co. was voted 2nd best player in the region by 10th region coaches, made the KY/Indiana All-Star team, was named All-State honorable mention (Lexington Herald Leader). Yet the Courier Journal does not even have her listed as an honorable mention for the 10th Region?

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Prisha Rogers of Clark Co. was voted 2nd best player in the region by 10th region coaches, made the KY/Indiana All-Star team, was named All-State honorable mention (Lexington Herald Leader). Yet the Courier Journal does not even have her listed as an honorable mention for the 10th Region?

 

The Courier Journal doesn't picks the players. They have the coaches list the ten best players they have played against, so the coaches failed her. She is a good player.

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The Courier Journal doesn't picks the players. They have the coaches list the ten best players they have played against, so the coaches failed her. She is a good player.

 

Correction. The ten best players the coaches have "seen" this season. The article said they received 95% of the votes before the sweet 16.

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Prisha Rogers of Clark Co. was voted 2nd best player in the region by 10th region coaches, made the KY/Indiana All-Star team, was named All-State honorable mention (Lexington Herald Leader). Yet the Courier Journal does not even have her listed as an honorable mention for the 10th Region?

Prisha should have been listed at least 2nd or 3rd team for the 10th Region. Just goes to show sometimes the good players get left out.

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