By From staff reports
Haines, who also won the Division II state and district Player of the Year awards, averaged 22.2 points per game while leading the Roughriders to a Co-WBL title and a 22-2 record.
St. Marys head coach Bruce Brown shared the WBL Coach of the Year honor with Ottawa-Glandorf’s Lori Smith after the Roughriders and the Titans tied for this year’s crown.
Roughrider teammate Haley Fannon and Celina forward Kelli Williams joined Haines on the first-team All-WBL representing the Grand Lake area.
St. Marys’ Kerri Im-walle was a special mention honoree while Celina’s Andrea Bryan and St. Marys’ Emily Matthews were each voted honorable mention representatives.
2003-2004All-Western Buckeye LeagueFirst Team
Mary Simindinger (Bath), Shelly Bellman (Ottawa-Glandorf), KELLI WILLIAMS (CELINA), Tori Feltz (Shawnee), Mallory Rentz (Elida), Abbie Clifton (Van Wert), Stacey Verhoff (Ottawa-Glandorf), HALEY FANNON (ST. MARYS), KRISSY HAINES (ST. MARYS), Krissy Koester (Wapakoneta), Allie Clifton (Van Wert).
Player of the Year: KRISSY HAINES (ST. MARYS).Coaches of the Year: BRUCE BROWN (ST. MARYS) and Lori Smith (Ottawa-Glandorf).
Amanda Houchin (Bath), Lindsey West (Wapakoneta), Jenna Jackson (Elida), Lynn Sunderhaus (Ottawa-Glandorf), KERRI IMWALLE (ST. MARYS), Haley Blevins (Kenton).Honorable Mention
Amanda Cogley (Bath), ANDREA BRYAN (CELINA), Georgette Ricodedson (Defiance), Amanda Suever (Elida), Lauren McKinley (Kenton), EMILY MATTHEWS (ST. MARYS), Steph Utendorf (Ottawa-Glandorf), Lauren Aller (Shawnee), Katie Bagley (Van Wert), Emily Huelskamp (Wapakoneta).