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Eight Area Girls Earn All-Ohio

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/11/2014Three area basketball players were selected to the All-Ohio girls basketball team in Divisions I and II, all three being named honorable mention. In Division I, from the Ohio Cardinal Conference and Mansfield Senior 6' junior forward Jeryn Reese who averaged 13 points and ten rebounds a game. From Ashland, 5'11" senior Alexis Stoops. Stoops averaged 15 points per game to along with seven rebounds a contest. And in Division II from Willard, 5'8" junior Hannah Schloemer who averaged 12 points per game shooting nearly 80% from the line. In Divisions III and IV, five more made the grade. In D-3 from Bucyrus, Macey Sheerer earned Special Mention scoring 19 points per game to along with seven rebounds and four assists a contest. She also finished as the school's all-time leading scorer. Meghan Harrer from Wynford was an Honorable Mention pick averaging 14 points per game. She also set a school record for three pointers. From Loudonville, Andie Heffelfinger was named Special Mention scoring 17 points and pulling down 13 rebounds a game. From Fredericktown, Emily Williams, Honorable Mention, 17 points a game with 14 rebounds. In Division IV, South Central's Anna Hintz, Third Team pick, 20 points, 10 rebounds and four assists per game.
   
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