Region Roundball Review

2000-2001
ALL-REGION HONORS

     
| 4A & 3A Player of the Year |
| 4A & 3A 1st Team |
| 4A & 3A 2nd Team | 4A & 3A Honorable Mention |
| 2A & 1A Players of the Year |
| 2A &1A 1st Team |
| 2A & 1A 2nd Team | 2A & 1A Honorable Mention |
| Keep your eye on the future |


Just a few words about our picks for Region Roundball Review post-season honors - While the mainstream sports media tends to select players based mainly upon scoring statistics, the RRR knows that much more than scoring makes a player valuable to her team.  When evaluating our picks, many factors were taken into consideration, including individual talent and athleticism, impact to team, floor leadership and attitude, defense, all-around game, floor energy and hustle, strength of competition, team's post-season run, stats, perceived knowledge of the game, and sportsmanship.  These are all qualities that relate more to the high school game and to high school athletes than to the game in other arenas (i.e., summer competition).  Also, as we introduced the concept last season, this season's RRR picks are separated into two divisions -- 4A & 3A and 2A & 1A.  Rationale for separating out players in those two divisions is based upon a number of considerations, but mostly due to the 1A or 2A schedule of competition.  Although there are those who will disagree on this format, this is how the RRR chooses to recognize the many fine players in the Region.


4A-3A REGION PLAYER
OF THE YEAR

JENNY DeMUTH
Highland
    

5’11, G/F, HIGHLAND, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  Indiana University
Second in the voting for Miss Basketball, Jenny will wear the #2 jersey as an Indiana All-Star when Indiana faces the Kentucky All-Stars this summer.  One of the finest players ever from the Region, Jenny will long be remembered for her clutch play at Highland.  Averaged 22.7 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 5.4 spg, and 3.8 apg this season while leading Highland to a #2 state ranking and the Championship of the Hall of  Fame Classic Tournament.  Finished her career at Highland with 1,832 points. Voted MVP of the Hall of Fame Classic and was named an AAU All-American last summer. First Team All-Area for both The Times and Post-Tribune, LAC All-Conference, and was also selected Player of the Year by both The Times and Post-Tribune
    

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4A-3A First Team All-Region

AMANDA AUTREY
6’0 C - PORTAGE, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  Parkland (IL)
Provided a solid presence in the post for the Lady Indians this season on both sides of the ball.  Received the Portage "Pride, Hustle & Desire" Award for the season.  Averaged 8.6 points and 6.3 rebounds in 2000-2001.  Was named to the Post-Tribune 2nd Team All Area and to the East Team in the Northwest Indiana All-Stars Classic.  Amanda will be playing for the Region Roundball Rage 17U this summer.
JULIE DEMUTH
5’11 F - HIGHLAND, FR. (4A)
An outstanding rebounder who made a significant impact as a freshman this year for the Lady Trojans.  Known for her hustle and aggressive play, Julie should take up where her sister Jenny left off, and become the MVP for the Lady Trojans next season.  Averaged 7.8 ppg and 6.4 rpg this season. Voted to the Hall of Fame Classic All-Tournament Team, selected to the LAC All-Conference Team and The Times All-Area 2nd Team this year.  Julie will be playing summer basketball with Mohr Magic 15U.
JAMIE GUTOWSKI
5’7 G - ANDREAN, JR. (3A)
Returned from an ACL injury suffered last season and led her team to a Sectional Championship. An excellent work ethic makes her one of the most determined and dedicated athletes in the Region. Established herself once again, as one of the top guards in the state, yet was unbelievably overlooked for the Junior All-Stars. Named LAC All-Conference and 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and the Post-Tribune.  Averaged 17.5 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 5.0 apg, and 4.4 spg. Jamie will be playing summer basketball with Indiana Storm 18U.
LAUREN HANSEN
6’0 F - PORTAGE, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  Wheeling Jesuit University
One of the state’s top post players. Selected to attend the Top 40 Workout. Led her Lady Indian team to an upset victory over Valparaiso in this year’s Sectional.  Named to the DAC All-Conference Team, and 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and the Post-Tribune. Averaged 16.7 points and 7.7 rebounds per game.  A top student, she will study pre-med in college.
TRACEY JACKSON
5’8 G - EAST CHICAGO CENTRAL, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE: Undecided
Great quickness. Can jump out of the gym and has all the tools to become a Division I player. Selected 1st Team All-Area by The Times. Averaged 13.6 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 2.7 steals per game. 
MICHELLE JONES
5’8 G - GARY WEST SIDE, JR. (4A)
Had an outstanding year. Helped lead the Lady Cougars to yet another Northwest Conference Title. Scored 27 points against Highland in the Sectional Championship game. Will become the go-to player next year for the Lady Cougars. Voted to the  Northwest All-Conference Team, and selected All-Area 2nd Team by The Times and Post-Tribune. Averaged 13.3 points and 3.5 assists per game.
JILL KIKKERT
6’2 C/F - KANKAKEE VALLEY, JR. (3A)
Best shot blocker in the Region.  Excellent leaping ability and long arms make her a force to contend with in the paint.  An All-State volleyball player for the past two years. Has added a scorer’s touch around the basket this year. Selected All-Area 2nd Team by The Times. Averaged 10.2 points and 3 blocks a game.
BROOKE REED
5’8 G - LAPORTE, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  Marian College
After an up-and-down season, she helped lead the Lady Slicers to Sectional and Regional titles this year.  A prolific scorer from outside arch.  Voted to the DAC All-Conference Team, and selected All-Area 2nd Team by the Post-Tribune.  Averaged 16.8 points and 3.2 steals a game this season.  
COURTNEY ROSENBAUM
6’0 F/C - VALPARAISO, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  St. Joseph's College
Valpo’s blue collar player.  Her work ethic and hustle has made her one of the top post players in the state. Named a Junior All-Star Team last summer. Invited to the Top 40 Workout after the season.  Voted Co-MVP of the Duneland Conference and selected 1st Team All-Area by The Times and Post-Tribune.  Will team up with former Valpo point guard Erin Sampsel next year in college. 
JOANN SMITH
5’5 G - HAMMOND GAVIT, SR. (3A)
COLLEGE:  Undecided
One of the quickest guards in the state. Gave opponents fits with her in-your-face defense and quick hands. Helped lead the Lady Gladiators to Sectional and Regional Championships. Considered by many to be one of the top point guards in the class of 2001. Voted to the LAC All-Conference Team, and selected 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  
KIM SMITH
5’10 G/F - GARY WEST SIDE, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  Miami University (OH)
Considered one of the strongest players in the Region. Jumping ability makes her an excellent rebounder and shot blocker. Played outstanding in the overtime Sectional Championship loss to Highland.  Invited to the Top 40 Workout at the end of the season. Voted to the Northwest All-Conference Team, and selected 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and the Post-Tribune.  Named MVP in the Northwest Indiana All-Star Classic.
LEE TRAYNHAM
5’11 F - VALPARAISO, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  Stanford (academic scholarship)
Considered one of Greg Kirby’s all-time best defensive players.  Together with Courtnery Rosenbaum, they teamed up as one of the top post tandems in the state. Averaged 7.6 points and 8.2 rebounds per game. Voted to the DAC All-Conference Team, and selected All-Area 2nd Team by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  
LESLIE TYBURSKI
5’9 G/F - HAMMOND GAVIT, JR. (3A)
One of the most improved players in the Region, she helped lead the Lady Gladiators to a Sectional and Regional Championship. Scored 41 points in the Regional Championship game against Andrean. Became the emotional and energy catalyst for a successful Lady Gladiator team. Averaged 18.6 points and 2.7 steals per game. Voted to the LAC All-Conference Team, and selected 1st Team All-Area by The Times.  Leslie will be playing summer basketball with Indiana Storm 18U.
ALEX WEBSTER
5’10 G - CROWN POINT, JR. (4A)
An athletic guard who sets the tone on the floor for the Lady Bulldogs with her tenacious defense and play-making ability.  Helped lead Crown Point to a Sectional Championship and an undefeated Duneland Conference crown. Was selected as Crown Point’s first-ever Indiana Junior All-Star. Voted to the DAC All-Conference Team for the second year running and selected 1st Team All-Area by The Times. Averaged 12.0 points, 3.5 assists, and 3.2 steals per game.  Alex will be playing summer basketball with both Indiana Force and Region Roundball Rage 17U.
SARAH ZONDOR
5’7 G - CROWN POINT, SR. (4A)
COLLEGE:  DePauw
Coach Tom May calls her Crown Point’s best-ever shooter. She is also an excellent rebounder. Helped lead the Lady Bulldogs to Sectional and Duneland Conference Championships. Invited to the Top 40 Workout after the season. Voted Co-MVP of the Duneland Conference and was selected 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  Averaged 16.7 points and 3.2 steals per game. Shot 52% from beyond the arc.  Sarah will be playing summer basketball with Indiana Storm 18U.

 

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4A- 3A Second Team All-Region

LYNDEE ARNOLD – 5’10, G, HIGHLAND, SOPH. (4A)

MEAGAN AUSTGEN – 5’7, G, ANDREAN, JR. (3A) (11.2 ppg)

KATIE BECKMAN – 6’1, C, LAPORTE, JR. (4A) (8.5 ppg)

ALICIA BOOYER – 5’8, G, GARY WEST SIDE, JR. (4A) (9.3 ppg)

NIKKI BORYS – 6’0, F, CROWN POINT, SR. (4A) (7.6 ppg)

KIKI BYTNAR – 5’5, G, CALUMET, FR. (3A) (12.6 ppg)

ALLISON DERICO – 5’7, G, MERRILLVILLE, SR. (4A) (9.2 ppg)

ANGELA GRABCZAK – 5’8, G, HOBART, SR. (4A) (10.1 ppg)

KAREN GIBSON – 5’7, G, GARY HORACE MANN, SR. (3A) (25.4 ppg)

KIM HAVIAR – 5’7, G, LAKE CENTRAL, SOPH.  (4A) (8.4 ppg)

CORRIE KACZMAREK – 5’5, G, HIGHLAND, SR. (4A) (4.6 ppg)

MARSHAY JOLLY – 5’10, F, MERRILLVILLE, FR. (4A) (10.3 ppg)

DANA LIPPELT – 5’7, G, VALPARAISO, SR. (4A) (6.7 ppg)

JILLIAN MARTIN – 5’8, G, MUNSTER, JR. (4A) (12.4 ppg)

LORETTA MCGEE – 5’8, G, MICHIGAN CITY, SR. (4A) (12.9 ppg)

LISA MATIE – 5’9, G/F, HOBART, JR. (4A) (10.7 ppg)

NIKKI NEULIEB – 5’8, G, MICHIGAN CITY, JR. (4A) (12.7 ppg)

CHRISTY POPARAD – 5’9, G/F, CHESTERTON, SR. (4A) (11 ppg)

CARISSA TRIPLETT – 6’2, C, CROWN POINT, JR. (4A) (8.9 ppg)

 

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4A- 3A Honorable Mention All-Region

Sarah Franz, Stephanie Henley, Jessica Nadolski -  Andrean
Lynette Diaz, Sara Stessl –
Bishop Noll
Chandra Timberlake –
Calumet
Shea Bardeson, Mandi Loving, Catherine Campbell -
Chesterton
Amanda Bernard, Janel Heneghan, Ashley Plumley –
Crown Point
Rayna Hare –
East Chicago Central
Keiona McBride –
Gary Lew Wallace
LaSharon Watson, Ebony Westbrook, Tina Walker –
Gary Roosevelt
Tai Atkins, Belinda Drake, Bernettra Grayer, Arianne Robinson –
Gary West Side
Jonique Barnes, Tiffany King –
Gary Wirt
Katie Vanek, Crystal Nelson -
Griffith
Jeanine Haase, Nina Jackson – Hammond Gavit
Dana Jefferies – Hammond Morton
Jessica Hamman, Mary Sutliff, Stephanie Wanicki -
Highland
Amanda Isakson, Natalie Vukin –
Hobart
Lesley Cunningham, Amanda DeVries, Megan Parker, Stacy Spurgeon –
KV
Erin Fosher, Emily Smitka, Linsey Smith, Meighan Tucker –
Lake Central
Alexis Bernacchi, Kristin Drabyn, Krysti Havens -
LaPorte
Lisa Schulfer, Rachel Wielgos –
Lowell
Christina Peete, Heather Renehan, Julie Seagraves –
Merrillville
Lolita Christopher, Chrissy DiCostanzo –
Munster
Nicole Dearing, Tracie Korbar, Nicole Tesseneer –
Portage
Megan Diaz, Brooke McAfee, Allison Mosak –
Valparaiso

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2A-1A REGION PLAYERS
OF THE YEAR


Lauren Bechtold
Hebron  

Erica Martin 
Kouts

Co-Players of the Year? Again?  Well, at least it’s in the other division this year.  Once again the RRR staff was faced with a tough decision.  How do you distinguish between two exceptional players who have had such a tremendous impact on basketball within the Region?  We decided not to, and have awarded Player of the Year honors to both players.  It was a remarkable season for both.  Martin set the all-Porter County career scoring record with 1,797 points scored during her four-year dominance at Kouts and was invited to the Top 40 Workout in Indianapolis. Bechtold averaged 22.4 points and 7.1 assists a game and led her team to a second Porter County Conference title and first-ever 2A Regional title for the Hebron Hawks. She has just recently received one of Indiana’s highest honors by being selected for Junior All-Star Team.  Both are very deserving of Player of the Year recognition.

LAUREN BECHTOLD 
5’4 G - HEBRON, JR. (2A)
COLLEGE:  Valparaiso
Plays all out, all the time, and most importantly makes everyone on her team better players.  She’s got great ball handling skills and is considered one of the top point guards in the state.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  Recently named to the Indiana Junior All-Star Team. Averaged 22.4 points and 7.1 assists per game.  Helped lead her team to Sectional and Regional Titles this season.  Lauren will be playing summer basketball with Northwest Indiana Wizards 17U.

ERICA MARTIN
5’8 G - KOUTS, SR. (1A) 
COLLEGE:  Olivet Nazarene
Known for her hustle, desire, and ability to the flat out shoot the ball.  Holds the Porter County all-time career scoring record, and finished second in school history in steals.  Led her team to a Sectional Championship this year.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected 1st Team All-Area by both The Times and Post-Tribune. Invited to the prestigious Top 40 Workout at the end of season.  Finished her career with 1,797 points scored.  

    

 


2A-1A First Team All-Region

ANDREA AMOR
5’5, G, KOUTS, SR. (1A)
COLLEGE:  Undecided
Behind every great scorer is a great point guard. Known for her ability to slash to the basket and kick it out to Erica Martin for the wide open three. Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected All-Area Honorable Mention by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  Averaged 10 points and 5.6 assists this season.

Erin Biggs of HebronERIN BIGGS
5’8, G, HEBRON, SR. (2A)
COLLEGE:  Calumet College
Had an outstanding season this year and was one of the big reasons that Hebron played in its first-ever Semi-State.  An aggressive defender who picked up her scoring this season to help the team. Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected All-Area Honorable Mention in both The Times and Post-Tribune.

SHANNA BEACH
5’11, G, MORGAN TOWNSHIP, JR. (1A)

Good size for a guard and she packs plenty of scoring punch. Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected All-Area Honorable Mention by both The Times and Post-Tribune. Averaged 13.1 points per game this season.

MELISSA BUNKOWFST
5’11, F, NORTH JUDSON, JR. (2A)

Another college prospect from North Judson.  Excellent post player who controls the boards, and can score from anywhere on the floor. Had an excellent year and lead the Lady Jays to another Sectional Championship.  Selected to the All-Area 2nd Team by the Post-Tribune.  Averaged 15.3 points and 11 rebounds per game.

ASHLEIGH GRIECHEN
5’11, F, WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, JR. (1A)

A pleasant surprise for Coach Dustin Nelson this year, she has good size for a guard and can score from anywhere on the floor.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team this season, and was selected All-Area Honorable Mention by both The Times and the Post-Tribune.  Averaged 14.1 points and 10.2 rebounds per game this season.

BRIANNE HARWOOD
5’9, G, NORTH NEWTON, JR. (2A)
One of the Region’s top juniors, she suffered an ACL at the end of the season. With her work ethic and determination, however, she should be back stronger than ever next year.  Known for her aggressive play, she can rebound with the best and led her team in scoring.  Selected to the All-Area 2nd Team by both The Times and the Post-Tribune.  Averaged 15.8 points and 7.5 rebounds a game this season.

JEN MARSHALL
5’9, F, HEBRON, JR. (2A)

Developed throughout the season to be big in the post for Coach Jerry Bechtold’s Hebron Hawks. An excellent defender and rebounder, she played a pivotal role for Hebron on their way to the 2A North Semi-State.

Julie Moniak of Hanover CentralJULIE MONIAK
6’0, G/F, HANOVER CENTRAL, JR. (2A)

Another one of the Region’s top juniors, she has great size yet handles the ball like a guard.  Has started in every varsity game since her freshman year.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected All-Area Honorable by both The Times and the Post-Tribune. Averaged 14.8 points and recorded 28 blocked shots this season.

VAL OLIS
5’10, G/F, BOONE GROVE, JR. (2A)

Smooth player who can score from the perimeter or post up smaller guards. Teamed with Kim Sliwa to help turn around the program at Boone Grove this year.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected All-Area Honorable Mention in both The Times and Post-Tribune.  Averaged 13.9 points and 6.5 rebounds this season.

MEGAN PATTON
5’5, G, NORTH NEWTON, SR. (2A)
COLLEGE:  Undecided
Provided leadership to a young Lady Spartans team and picked up the scoring slack when top scorer Brianne Harwood went down with an ACL injury late in the season. Selected All-Area Honorable Mention by both The Times and Post-Tribune this season.  Averaged 9.1 points per game this year.

KELLY STOLMAN
5’8, F, WHITING, SR. (1A)
COLLEGE:  Undecided
Provided leadership and scoring for a young Lady Oiler’s squad this season. Voted to the LAC All-Conference Team and selected All-Area Honorable Mention by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  Averaged 10.8 points per game this season.

KIM SLIWA
5’8, G, BOONE GROVE, JR. (2A)

Comes from a long line of athletes from the Sliwa family.  Extremely quick guard who can slash to the basket to score or shoot from the perimeter.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and selected to the All-Area 2nd Team by The Times.  Averaged 19.1 points and 4.6 steals a game this season.

ANDREA WALKER
5’5, G, WHEELER, SR. (2A)
COLLEGE:  Butler (Softball - The Times)
Finished the year as Union Township’s leading scorer with 447 points.  Holds the career scoring record for both boys and girls at Wheeler with 1,365 points.  Voted to the PCC All-Conference Team and was selected All-Area 2nd Team by both The Times and Post-Tribune.  Averaged 21.3 points and 4.5 assists this season.
     

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2A- 1A Second Team All-Region

AMBER ALEXANDER – 5’9, F, RIVER FOREST, SR. (2A) (13.3 ppg)

KELLY BOYD – 6’4, C, NORTH JUDSON, JR. (2A)

ALYSE BRUSZEWSKI – 5’8, G, WHEELER, FR. (2A) (10.5 ppg)

JODY BYERS – 5’10, F, MORGAN TOWNSHIP, (1A) (10.8 ppg)

KELLY GARRETT – 5’4, G, HANOVER CENTRAL, SR. (2A) (8.6 ppg)

KATIE HALLBERG – 5’9, F, HEBRON, SR. (2A)

COURTNEY KRASOCZKA – 5’6, G, RIVER FOREST, SR. (2A) (12.8 ppg)

ERIN PENDOWSKI – 5’7, F, KOUTS, JR. (1A) (8.8 ppg)

LYNN PONSCAK – 5’7, G, HEBRON, JR. (2A)

TIFFANY TRUSTY – 5’7, G, NORTH JUDSON, SOPH. (2A) (10.8 ppg)

BETH WENDLINGER – 5’9, F, HANOVER CENTRAL, JR. (2A) (8.9 ppg)
    

     
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2A- 1A Honorable Mention All-Region

Christine Wajvoda, Amber Westerhoff, Megan McElmury – Hanover Central
Jenny Brown, Dana Howard –
Kouts
Melody Music, Becky Tarnowski – Lake Station
Jessica Glinski, Brianna Hefner –
Morgan Township
Jennifer Arnett, Megan Brown, Jacki Surma –
North Judson
Ashley Barkey, Marissa Becze, Kassie Koselke, Nina Oliver –
North Newton
Silvia Montes –
River Forest
Jackie Johnson –
Washington Township
Becca Papach –
Whiting

      



Keep your eye on the Region's future

There was an unbelievable group of freshmen who emerged as decisive factors or promising prospects for their respective teams this season.  Look for these girls to make an even bigger impact next year.  The Region will be quite competitive with these fine players as seniors in 2003-2004.

KIKI BYTNAR
5’5, G, CALUMET (3A) (12.6 ppg)

Kiki is one of the top freshman guards in the state and gives new hope to the Calumet program for the future. A quick slasher who can also shoot off the dribble. She will no doubt be one of the leading scorers in the area next season.

CATHERINE (CAT) CAMPBELL
5'6, G, CHESTERTON (4A)
Worked her way slowly in to the lineup as a solid contributor for a rebuilding Trojans program.  Under coach dad Jack Campbell, Cat should develop into the third fine Campbell player for Chesterton.

JHERIKA HARVELL
5’4, G, MICHIGAN CITY (4A)
Was given a leadership role by head coach Monica Claridge for a good work ethic.  As she matures, she will develop a consistent game and contribute more offensively for an up-and-coming Wolves program.

JULIE DEMUTH
5’11, F, HIGHLAND (4A) (7.8 ppg)
Julie broke into the starting line-up at the beginning of the season for Highland and made a terrific impact on the Lady Trojan’s memorable run.  A tremendous rebounder, she is one of the top freshman post players in the state, and will no doubt take on additional scoring duties next year.

MARSHAY JOLLY
5’10, F, MERRILLVILLE (4A) (10.3 ppg)

Started as a freshman for Merrillville and became one of the main scoring threats for the Lady Pirates. A smooth player who could rebound in the paint and fire from beyond the arch.  Voted All-Duneland Athletic Conference as a freshman, which is no small feat in this competitive league.

NICOLE McDONALD
5'4, G, PORTAGE (4A)
Nicole was a pleasant surprise for head coach Renee' Turpa. 
She moved up from the JV squad about half-way through the season and gave fellow point guard Tracie Korbar some much needed recuperation time during several injuries and illnesses during the season.  Had a career-high 4 assists against Penn.

LINDSEY SMITH
5’10, F, LAKE CENTRAL (4A) (7.1 ppg)
Started for the Indians and averaged 7.1 ppg in a balanced scoring attack.  She will be even better next season with a season of varsity under her belt. 

LISA SCHULFER
6'0, C, LOWELL (4A)
JACKIE WOJCIK
6'0, C, LOWELL (4A)

Both of these girls saw significant minutes for the Red Devils their first high school season.  They will be a tremendous post duo in the future for Lowell.

LAUREN HUTTON
5’4, G, VALPARAISO (4A)
Played significant minutes in a back-up position at point guard this season for a highly-regarded Vikings program.  She will continue to improve and gain confidence with each succeeding season. 

KRISTIN DRABYN
5’6, G, LAPORTE (4A) (8.7 ppg)
Broke into the starting line-up for LaPorte and helped lead them to a 4A Semi-State appearance in Warsaw. An excellent ball handler who can also score from the perimeter and was 91% from the line to lead the DAC in free throw shooting percentage. She’ll only get better next season.

ALYSE BRUSZEWSKI
5’8, G, WHEELER, FR. (2A) (10.5 ppg)
Alyse emerged as a complimentary contributor to high-scoring teammate Andrea Walker.  With Walker moving on, Alyse will become the scoring anchor for the Bearcats next season.

BELINDA DRAKE
5’4, G, GARY WEST SIDE (4A) (6.9 ppg)
SHANTA ROBINSON
5’5, G, GARY WEST SIDE (4A) (3.6 ppg)
KARIMA DAVIES
5’10, F, GARY WEST SIDE (4A) (4.8 ppg)
Talk about a team of the future. Watch out next year (make that the next THREE years) for the Lady Cougars. They are loaded with young talent and have three of the state’s best freshman in Drake, Robinson, and Davis.
     

 

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