South Winn and Turkey Valley girls basketball players were well-represented on the Upper Iowa Conference all-conference list, released recently.

Four Warriors and two Trojans were named to the list.



First team

South Winn senior Jenn Panos was named first team. It was her first all-conference honor.

Panos led the team in points per game at 8.7. She hit 51.6 percent of her shot attempts. Panos led the team in rebounds with 6.6 a night and 139 total. Panos also contributed 29 assists and 35 steals.



Second team honorees

Two Warriors and one Trojan were named second team. For South Winn, Micole Lansing and Brittany Shindelar were both honored for the first time in their careers. Trojan Allie Njus earned her second consecutive second-team honor.

Before having her season end early due to an knee injury, Lansing, a junior, posted a 7.3 points per game average. She shot 58.8 percent from the floor, 75 percent from the line and 60 percent from three-point land. Lansing averaged 2.8 rebounds a night. She also added 27 assists and 25 steals.

Shindelar, a sophomore, was second on the team in points per night with 7.8. She led the team in shooting percentage with 62.2. Shindelar was second on the team in rebounds with 5.0 a night and 105 total. She contributed 28 steals.

Njus was the only Trojan in double figures, scoring 12.6 a contest. Njus collected 88 total rebounds for a 4.4 a night average. In 18 games she dished out 38 assists and had 61 steals. The 61 steals was fourth most in the conference.



Honorable mention

South Winn sophomore Payton Poshusta and Turkey Valley senior Olivia Reicks earned honorable mention nods.

Poshusta came on strong for the Warriors. She averaged 6.2 points per game and shot 31.8 percent from three-point range. She collected 2.5 rebounds a game. Poshusta led the team in assists with 42 and steals with 39.

Reicks scored 5.8 points a game, while shooting 37 percent from the floor and 33.3 percent from three-point range. She collected 2.6 rebounds a game, to go with 20 assists and 51 steals.