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Several Area Girls Basketball Players Earn All-Ohio

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/13/2013

Several area girls basketball players were named all state for their play this past season.  In Division I, Mansfield Senior's Dierra Bluester was named All-Ohio Honorable Mention.  Bluester averaged nearly 15 points a contest.

In Division II, Shelby's Emma Hostetler, was named All-Ohio second team, the senior averaged 20 points a contest for the NOL co-champion Whippets.

In Division IV, Mansfield St. Peter's all time leading scorer on the girls side Randa Payne was named All-Ohio second team.  Payne averaged 23 points a contest during her senior season for the Spartans.  Also in D-4, Colonel Crawford's Nickyla Gaverick was named All-Ohio third team.  The 6'1" senior averaged 21 points a contest.

Also named All-Ohio Honorable Mention in Division III, were Macey Sheerer of Bucyrus, Emily Wood from Ontario and Paige Brady of Wynford.  

Out of the Ohio Cardinal Conference, Orrville's Hanna Plybon, who averaged 25 points a contest was named All-Ohio first team in Division III.  The senior was also named co-player of the year in D-3.  In Division II, West Holmes's Laina Snyder who averaged 17 points as a junior was named All-Ohio first team.  Her coach Lisa Patterson, was named co-coach of the year in Division III with Bellevue's Ryan Orshoski.

Both West Holmes at 27-1 and Orrville at 26-2, have advnced to the girls final four in Columbus in their divisions.  

 

   
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