List of All-Ohio girls basketball Divisions I-II


ALL-OHIO TEAMS

The 2013-14 Associated Press All-Ohio girls basketball teams, based on the recommendations of a media panel:

DIVISION I

FIRST TEAM: Kelsey Mitchell, Princeton, 5-foot-8, senior, 24.9 points per game; Alyssa Rice, Reynoldsburg, 6-3, sr., 19.1; Kristen Confroy, Solon, 5-8, sr., 24.9; Baleigh Reid, Twinsburg, sr., 21.6; Indiya Benjamin, Lima Sr., sr., 20.1; Marquia Turner, N. Canton Hoover, 5-7, sr., 10.2; Tierra Floyd, Tol. Notre Dame, 6-2, jr., 18.3; Kathryn Westbeld, Fairmont, 6-2, sr., 17.4.

Player of the year: Kelsey Mitchell, Princeton.

Coaches of the year: Jill Phillips, Princeton; Abbey Allerding, N. Canton Hoover; Kevin Braaten, Berea-Midpark.

SECOND TEAM: Kim Rosten, Newark, 6-2, jr., 20.0; Kayla Gabor, Mentor, 5-10, sr., 20.0; Sarah Baer, Perrysburg, 6-1, sr., 17.1; Shannon Coffee, Centerville, 6-5, jr., 18.5; Naomi Davenport, Cin. Mount Notre Dame, 5-11, jr., 19.0; Stasha Carey, Berea-Midpark, 5-11, sr., 19.0; Julie Worley, N. Canton Hoover, 6-0, sr., 13.8; Kaayla McIntyre, Tol. Notre Dame, 6-2, jr., 12.7.

THIRD TEAM: Sade Olatoye, Dublin Coffman, 6-1, jr., 13.9; Andi Norman, Upper Arlington, 6-0, sr., 14.3; Alexus Grimmett, Zanesville, 5-8, sr., 13.3; Ashanti Abshaw, Cleve. Hts., 5-8, sr., 21.0; Lynsey Englebrecht, Eastlake North, 5-6, sr., 14.6; Megan Sefcik, Austintown-Fitch, 5-9, sr., 19.6; Kaylee Stroemple, N. Canton Hoover, 6-0, sr., 10.2; Keshyra McCarver, Tol. Whitmer, 5-10, sr., 14.0; Jenna Gunn, Mason, 6-0, sr., 15.3.

Special Mention: Shayna Harmon, Teays Valley; Symone Simmons, Westerville North; Alison Smolinski, North Royalton; Lilli Piper, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit; Lain Weppler, Marietta; Ashley Frasure, Logan; Ty Newkirk, Canton McKinley; Baylen Dyrlund, Uniontown Lake; Peyton Booth, Wadsworth; Jodi Johnson, Wadsworth.

Honorable Mention: Morgan Horvath, Olentangy; Taylor Johnson, Pickerington Central; Chenelle Moore, Westerville South; Kayla Pack, Worthington Kilbourne; Jaida Carter, New Philadelphia; Devyn Bonner, Zanesville; Tori Moreland, New Philadelphia; Monica Crossley, Tri-Valley; Leanne Ulbrich, Zanesville; Shannon Zajec, Mayfield Village; Christine Dawson, Mentor; Jordan Bekelja, Solon; Dee Bekelja, Solon; Brooke Wallace, Amherst; Kerri Gasper, Olmsted Falls; Alahna Singleton, Canton Timken; Ronn’Yeil Hogan, Canton McKinley; Paige Salisbury, Brunswick; Madison Baer, Stow; Maya Bell, Warren Harding; Rachel Tinkey, Canfield; Jackie Ulmer, Hudson; Darian Carter, Akron Firestone; Sarah Cairnie, Wooster; Makayla Waterman, Fairmont; Ana Richter, Talawanda; Kelly Wurth, Springboro; Tyra James, Winton Woods; Samantha Palma, Wayne; Taryn Stanley, Sylvania Southview; Natalie Yoder, Holland Springfield; Alexis Stoops, Ashland; Jeryn Reese, Mansfield Senior; Rion Thompson, Lima Senior.

DIVISION II

FIRST TEAM: Laina Snyder, Millersburg West Holmes, 6-foot-1, senior, 14.9; Amanda Cahill, Clyde, 6-1, sr., 20.1; Alli Pavlik, Cortland Lakeview, 5-7, sr., 26.9; Sydney Brackemyre, Clinton-Massie, 6-1, sr., 15.6; Dominique Doseck, Athens, 5-7, jr., 22.1; Shantell Bostick, Cleve. East Tech, 5-8, soph., 23.0; Natalie Carpenter, Johnstown-Monroe, 5-5, sr., 19.7; Jordan Korinek, Akron SVSM, 6-2, sr., 19.4; Emma Bockrath, Alter, 5-9, jr., 15.1.

Players of the year: Laina Snyder, Millersburg West Holmes; Amanda Cahill, Clyde.

Coaches of the year: Lamar Smith, Tol. Rogers; Gerry Lackey, Wyoming; Brittany Anderson, Chagrin Falls.

SECOND TEAM: Sasha Dailey, Tol. Rogers, 5-8, sr., 10.6; Carly Santoro, Bellevue, 5-10, jr., 22.6; Sydney Bates, Kenton Ridge, 5-8, soph., 16.3; Melinda Trimmer, Beloit West Branch, 5-7, jr., 17.8; Nazarae Butler, Cols. Brookhaven, 5-10, jr., 24.0; Bre Berryman, Wintersville Indian Creek, 6-5, jr., 22.2; Moriah Monaco, Dover, 6-1, sr., 21.8; Lindsey Mayle, Geneva, 5-5, soph., 21.3.

THIRD TEAM: Halee Printz, Tippecanoe, 5-10, jr., 18.1; Josie Buckingham, New Richmond, 6-6, sr., 16.6; Madison Dackin, Lima Bath, 5-9, jr., 13.3; Natalie Koenig, Wauseon, 5-8, jr., 15.4; McKenna Shives, Struthers, 5-6, sr., 18.3; Brooke Robinson, Norton, 5-6, sr., 15.2; Kate Smith, Fairview, 5-7, sr., 18.2; Madison Ridout, Jackson, 5-9, sr., 16.6; Paige Cannon, Johnstown-Monroe, 6-0, jr., 15.7.

Special Mention: Marissa Brown, Cols. Hartley; Alyssa Dean, Cols. Centennial; Andi Daugherty, Warsaw River View; Kayla Russell, Zanesville Maysville; Mallary Trout, Philo; Hallie Stocker, Cambridge; Emily Masloski, Steubenville; Hannah Thome, Chagrin Falls; Kim Cook, Parma Hts. Holy Name; Casey Morrissette, Oberlin Firelands; Latrice Legion, Cleve. Glenville; Lexi Zappitelli, Conneaut; Alexis Overly, Chillicothe Unioto; Josie Cobb, Miami Trace; Rebekah Branham, Circleville; Michaela Puckett, McArthur Vinton County; Camille Adelman, Mogadore Field, Shannon Jack, Akron SVSM; Caitlin Vari, Richfield Revere; Tiffany Colston, Port Clinton.

Honorable Mention: Alyssa Atkinson, Granville; Amani Burke, Cols. Eastmoor Acad.; Zarria Porter, Cols. Marion-Franklin; Makenzie Spang, Johnstown-Monroe; Cassi Stein, Licking Valley; Nikayla Edgell, East Liverpool; Brooke Smith, Maysville; Mytia Barker, Steubenville; Ali Poole, Carrollton; Emily Baker, Indian Valley; Emily Molnar, Millersburg West Holmes; Jill Gibson, Mentor Lake Cath; Jackie Corrigan, Parma Hts. Holy Name; Hannah Bartlome, Vermilion; Brittany Levkulich, Perry; Corrione Cardwell, Cleve. East Tech; Emily Smock, Jefferson Area; Hannah DeBruin, Athens; Olivia Harris, Athens; Bri Dawes, Chillicothe; Kylan Strausbaugh, Zane Trace; Abby Schwenk, Miami Trace; Courtney Bernard, Fairfield Union; Taylor Gittings, Thornville Sheridan; Victoria Buzzard, Vincent Warren; Lydia Poe, Jackson; Abbe Esterak, Peninsula Woodridge; Amanda Beebe, Akron Hoban; Pavin Heath, Beloit West Branch; Ashleigh Ryan, Struthers; Calli Schmitt, Cortland Lakeview; Camryn Brown, Richfield Revere; Kiley May, Akron SVSM; Ashley Tyna, Cuyahoga Falls CVCA; Kelsey Rice, Tallmadge; Kasey Uetrecht, Clinton-Massie; Cierra Hooks, Thurgood Marshall; Ashli O’Neal, Wyoming; Maddie Bazelak, Alter; Chea Taylor, Bellbrook; Akienreh Johnson, Tol. Rogers; Byrdy Galernik, Tol. Central Cath.; Hannah Schloemer, Willard; Kelsey Michaels, Clyde; Hannah Schimmoeller, Bryan; Erin Morrow, Van Wert.


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