Seven all-UIC; two all-state
Thursday, March 09, 2017 2:57 PM
All five starters for the Turkey Valley girls basketball team, along with two starters for South Winn, were named to the Upper Iowa Conference all-conference girls basketball list.
In addition, Shelby Reicks and Morgen Kuennen were named to the Iowa Newspaper Association all-state list.
Reicks is a two-time first team selection, being honored as a junior and a senior. Kuennen was named second team, the first in her career.
First team all-UIC
Reicks was a unanimous first-team selection from the coaches of the Upper Iowa Conference. She was one of two unanimous choices (the other was Makayla Walleser of Kee). She has been named first team the last two seasons and was a second-team honoree as a freshman. For her senior campaign, Reicks led the team in points scored with 373, averaging 14.3 a night. She pulled down 92 rebounds for the year. In addition she set the school record for steals in a year with 147 and was second on the all-time assists lists with 146.
Kuennen was named first team as a sophomore and was second team last year. She scored 290 points this year, putting up 11.2 points per game. She pulled down 122 rebounds for the campaign. In addition, she provided 60 steals, 24 blocks and 47 assists.
Senior Sadie Nymeyer was a second team selection, after being on the honorable mention list as a sophomore and junior. She contributed 209 points, putting up 8.0 a game. She pulled down 117 total rebounds, to go with 50 steals and 32 assists.
For Turkey Valley, senior Kayla Gebel and junior Elli Winter were honored for the first time in their careers.
Gebel scored 162 points for TV, averaging 6.2 per game. She pulled down 78 rebounds, to go with 32 steals and 24 assists.
Winter put up 171 points for the campaign, averaging 6.6 points. She collected 112 rebounds, with 29 total steals.
For the Warriors, senior Abby Hageman and junior Jaden Schweinefus were both named honorable mention for the second time in their careers.
Hageman led the team with 182 points, averaging 8.3 a game. She also led the way in total rebounds, with 123 total and a 5.6 average. She dished out a team-high 30 assists and had 24 steals.
Schweinefus was second in scoring with a 7.5 points per game average. She scored 164 total points on the year. Schweienfus was second in rebounds with 122, pulling down 5.5 a night. She had 21 assists and a team-high 34 steals.
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