AP Class D girls basketball All-State list - Northern Michigan's News Leader

AP Class D girls basketball All-State list

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The Associated Press Class D girls basketball All-State team, as selected by a panel of 10 Michigan sports writers:

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Lexi Gussert, Crystal Falls Forest Park, 6-0, Jr., Player of the Year

Ava Doetsch, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes, 5-4, Sr.

Lexie Robak, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes, 5-7, Sr.

Vanessa Freberg, Eben Junction Superior Central, 5-9, Jr.

Korynn Hincka, Posen, 6-1, Jr.

Brooke Howard, Mendon, 5-10, Jr.

Kristen Massey, Novi Franklin Road Christian, 5-5, Jr.

Kelley Wright, St. Ignace, 5-10, Jr.

Taylor Richards, Fruitport Calvary Christian, 6-1, So.

Cassidy Boensch, Au Gres-Sims, 6-3, Fr.

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COACH OF THE YEAR:Leasa Griffith, Mendon

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SPECIAL MENTION (nominees receiving two or more votes from the 10-member panel):Elizabeth Perkins, Lansing Christian; Katie Theut, Marine City Cardinal Mooney; Katherine Salisz, Muskegon Catholic Central; Emileigh Ferguson, Bear Lake; Kierstin Davis, Holland Calvary; Sarah Madalinski, Bark River-Harris

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COACH:

Steve Robak, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

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HONORABLE MENTION (nominees receiving one or no votes from the 10-member panel):Courtney Wallis, Mackinaw City; Crystal Shafor, Kingston; Mikayla Terry, Lansing Christian; Chelsea Wesley, Morrice; Teslyn Tyner, Eben Junction Superior Central; Haley Doyle, Manistee Catholic; Destiny Froberg, Climax-Scotts; Chantal Murdick, Arenac Eastern; Erica Hansen, Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart; Anika Sproull, Ann Arbor Rudolf Steiner; Victoria Hedemark, Dansville; Audrey Oswalt, Athens; Charity Godbold, Southfield Christian

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Voting panel:Matthew B. Mowery, The Oakland Press (Pontiac); Dick Hoekstra, Lansing State Journal; David Goricki, The Detroit News; David Bossick, Ludington Daily News; Scott DeCamp, MLive-Kalamazoo; Fred Kelly, Midland Daily News; Jim Lahde, Morning Sun (Mount Pleasant); Ross Maghielse, MLive-Flint; Pete Cunningham, AnnArbor.com; Matt DeYoung, Grand Haven Tribune

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