Three members of the Decorah girls’ basketball team were named all-conference, released last week.

Freshman Bryar Duwe was named first team, while senior Ambria Pipho was a second team selection and senior Kylah Quandahl received honorable mention.

Duwe led the Vikings offensively with a 12.8 point per game average, connecting on 40.1 percent of her field goals, including 28 three-pointers. She also topped the steal chart with 42 take-aways and was second in assists with 47. Under the basket, the freshman collected 80 total rebounds (17 offensive, 63 defensive).

With her third all-NEIC honor, Pipho finished second in total rebounds for Decorah with 95 (26 offensive, 69 defensive). The senior averaged 6.4 points per night with a 37.2 field-goal percentage to go with 32 steals, 14 assists and five blocked shots.

Earning her first all-conference nod, Quandahl ran the point for the Vikings, dishing out a team-high 60 assists and was second in steals with 38. She concluded her senior campaign with a 5.6 point per game average while pulling in 2.5 rebounds a night. For the season, Quandahl had 56 total boards (10 offensive, 46 defensive).