All-Southwest District D-III girls basketball teams

The 2017-18 All-Southwest District girls high school basketball teams, as selected by a media panel from the district:


FIRST TEAM: Alexis Chase, Williamsburg, 5-foot-10, junior, 17.0 points per game; Nikki Current, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan, 5-8, sr., 26.0; Morgan Haney, Casstown Miami East, 5-7, jr., 18.7; Alea Harris, Cincinnati Summit Country Day, 5-8, sr., 14.1; Kami McEldowney, Versailles, 5-8, sr., 13.1; Rachel Murray, Waynesville, 5-10, jr., 18.5; Hayley Suchland, Springfield Northeastern, 5-8, sr., 30.9.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Nikki Current, Ben Logan.

COACH OF THE YEAR: Jeff Maurer, Anna.

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SECOND TEAM: Mary Englert, Cin. Madeira, 5-6, sr., 16.0; Frankie Fife, Jamestown Greeneview, 5-6, sr., 17.5; Macey Huelskamp, Anna, 5-10, sr., 12.1; Kiana Klein, Miamisburg Dayton Christian, 6-2, sr., 12.9; Jenna Lovely, Camden Preble Shawnee, 5-7, jr., 10.5; Danielle Winner, Versailles, 6-2, sr., 10.8; Niah Woods, Summit Country Day, 5-7, sr., 10.2.

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THIRD TEAM: Ravin Alexander, Summit Country Day, 5-5, sr., 9.0; Jessica Chase, Williamsburg, 5-8, jr., 17.3; Sha’Dai Hale, Cin. Purcell Marian, 5-10, jr., 16.0; Christa Harris, Carlisle, 5-8, sr., 14.4; Maggie Kersting, Cin. Seven Hills, 5-11, sr., 20.9; Elizabeth Ording, Versailles, 5-11, jr., 6.4; Reagan Ware, Springfield Greenon, 5-6, so., 19.1.

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HONORABLE MENTION: Kiana Allen, Summit Country Day; Camryn Collinsworth, Casey Darkow, Dayton Christian; Kelsey Day, Gabby Hollar, Taylor Lauck, West Liberty-Salem; Kristen Dickison, West Milton Milton-Union; Kenna Gray, Tipp City Bethel; Lydia Henry, Greenon; Izzy Hensley, Cin. Country Day; Haley Howard, Miami East; Marin Kline, Madeira; Breah Kuck, Anna; Paige Lilly, Lacey Peterman, East Clinton; Alaina Lyons, Urbana;

Torey Macke, Cin. Deer Park; Caitlin McEldowney, Versailles; Kayla O’Daniel, Arcanum; Savannah Pavoni, Ben Logan; Elecia Patton, Blanchester; Aubrey Rains, Marcella Sizer, Waynesville; Ashley Rothert, Cin. Mariemont; McKinlee Ruppert, New Lebanon Dixie; Laura Shuppert, Seven Hills; Nicole Sims, Brenna Woodard, Preble Shawnee; Sylvie Sonneman, Faith Strickle, Greeneview.

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