Thursday, February 18th, 2016
Jones takes top honor
All-MAC Girls Basketball Team
By Gary R. Rasberry
New Bremen's Paige Jones was selected the MAC Girls Basketball Player of the Yea. . .
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
New Bremen sophomore Paige Jones was the choice by the Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball coaches for Player of the Year as the all-conference selections were released Wednesday evening.
The six-foot Jones was a key part in the Cardinals finishing the regular season 17-5 and tied for second in the conference with a 7-2 record. Jones led the team in scoring at 11.7 points per game and was second in assists with 2.6 per game and rebounds with 5.4 per game.
Conference champion Minster placed two players on the first team with junior Rosie Westerbeck and freshman Courtney Prenger. Fort Recovery, New Bremen, New Knoxville and Versailles also had two players named to the first team.
Minster coach Nann Stechschulte earned Coach of the Year honors for guiding the Wildcats to their first title in five seasons.
The 2015-16 All-Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball team as selected by the conference's coaches.
Player of the Year: Paige Jones (New Bremen).
Coach of the Year: Nann Stechschulte (Minster).
Kendra Siefring (Fort Recovery), Whitney Will (Fort Recovery), Emily Mescher (Marion Local), Courtney Prenger (Minster), Rosie Westerbeck (Minster), Paige Jones (New Bremen), Debbie Paul (New Bremen), Rachel Leffel (New Knoxville), Kenzie Schroer (New Knoxville), Madilynn Schulte (St. John's), Lauren Monnin (Versailles), Kami McEldowney (Versailles).
Maura Hoying (Coldwater), Denise Schwieterman (Coldwater), Grace Thien (Fort Recovery), LeAnn Huelsman (Minster), Lindsay Roetgerman (Minster), Hannah Schmitmeyer (Minster), Alyse Clune (New Bremen), Haley Hawk (Parkway), Ellie Stammen (St. Henry), Sydney Fischbach (St. John's), Lexie Hays (St. John's), Danielle Winner (Versailles).
Kourtney Diller (Coldwater), Carley Stone (Fort Recovery), Allie Prueter (Marion Local), Jane Homan (New Bremen), Abby Lageman (New Knoxville), Sarah Gehron (Parkway), Jacey King (St. Henry), Jessica Geise (St. John's), Camille Watren (Versailles).