Bronwyne Mellott, McConnellsburg: Mellott averaged 22.2 points per game and scored 510 points at the forward position in her freshman season She led the Spartans to a berth in the District 5 Class A playoffs "Bronwyne is a very gifted athlete," McConnellsburg coach Brent Seville said. "After Jessi (Keefer) went down with an injury, she really stepped up. She controlled our scoring and helped drive our offense. She was a huge part of our success."

Jenay Faulkner, Greencastle-Antrim: Another freshman, Faulkner did it all for the Blue Devils She finished first on the team in points (13.5), blocks (1.8) and steals (3.5) per game, second in assists and third in rebounding "Jenay has a feel for the game that many don't have, and she sees the floor and understands situations before they happen. She has the ability to be an excellent defender and scorer," G-A coach Mike Rhine said.

Hannah Crist, Greencastle-Antrim: The sophomore point guard was the primary ballhandler for the Blue Devils, leading the team with 4.4 assists per game She also led the team in free-throw percentage and minutes Rhine said, "Hannah has improved as much as anyone over the past year, and you can see that she wants to be a good player. She is ambidextrous, a good outside shooter and a good on-ball defender. Every game it seemed like she would make a great play."

Tori Yoder, Shalom Christian: The junior guard was a workhorse for the Flames ... She averaged 16.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and 5.4 steals per game and led Shalom to the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference title ... Flames coach Brad Eby said, "Tori matured so much as a player this year. She involved her teammates every game, but also knew when it was time to take on the scoring load."


Teal Tasker, Mercersburg Academy: The junior guard, from Chambersburg, was second in the area with 17.6 points per game and took on an even bigger scoring role when sophomore Molly Taylor went down with an arm injury Blue Storm coach Katie LaRue said, "Teal had a great season and with all of our injuries, a lot of the scoring responsibility fell on her. She stepped up and really did a great job of being a scoring point guard and leader."

Ashley Roman, Southern Fulton: Roman dominated the paint in her senior season for the Indians She averaged 15.0 points per game and had six 20-point games SF coach Terry Bard said, "Ashley made great improvements this year; she finished her shots better, played better defense and ran the court very well in transition. She wanted to get better and she did."

Chloe Hoover, Greencastle: The senior forward was the captain and emotional leader for the Blue Devils She led the team in rebounds (7.5) and 3-point-shooting (38.6 percent) ... "Chloe was the type of player that would do everything for us," Rhine said. "She was the glue to our team, and usually guarded the other team's best post player. She is a great student and teammate and an absolute joy to be around."

Katie Gelsinger, Greencastle: Gelsinger, a junior, was G-A's most efficient player, shooting 57 percent from the field The co-captain was also second on the team with 168 total rebounds ... "I believe she can develop even more," Rhine said. "She has a strong inside game and uses both hands well. She is determined and a very hard worker."

Olivia Mottern, Southern Fulton: Mottern took on a lot of responsibility in her freshman season She averaged 12.6 ppg and was consistently asked to guard the opposing team's best scorer "Olivia had some big shoes to fill with the seniors we lost," Bard said, "and she was up to the challenge. She took a lot of pressure off Macey and Ashley down the stretch, and she took the defensive part seriously. She played above her grade."

— JENN GROVE: Chambersburg, jr., F

— CHEYENNE CARBAUGH, James Buchanan, sr., F

— BRAYLIN HOHMAN, Forbes Road, jr., F

— CAT WEBER, Waynesboro, fr., C

— MELISSA ZEGER, Fannett-Metal, jr., C.

— JENNAE PIPER — James Buchanan, jr., G

— SAM ROBERTS, McConnellsburg, jr., G

— LYDIA HARRIS, Shalom Christian, so., G

— LINDSAY EMBLY, Chambersburg, so., F

— JANE HERMAN, Greencastle-Antrim, jr., G

Chambersburg — Claire Jacobs (so., PG); Shippensburg — Kaylee Miller (sr., F); James Buchanan — Charity Miller (so., F); McConnellsburg — Sarrah Pollock (sr., G/F), Brittany Parson (jr., G/F); Fannett-Metal — McKenna Bair (jr., G), Liz Swanger (sr., F); Cumberland Valley Christian — Maddie Keck (so., F); Shalom Christian — Brooke Kuhns (sr., F); Mercersburg Academy — Molly Taylor (so., G).