Five locals named All-DistrictFebruary 17, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
The honors keep piling on for local girls basketball players. Five of them earned All-District honors from the Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association in District 2. The honor is for senior players. Claire Knies and Brooke Nottingham represented Jasper on the list. Faith Zazzetti and Macie Zink, two selections on the All-Pocket Athletic Conference Team, earned this distinction, too. Madison Cave of Northeast Dubois joined the two senior duos.
Ainsley Urbanski — Bloomington North
Ali Barber — Washington
Caroline Herman — Vincennes Rivet
Chelsie Sutton — Loogootee
Darrian Carmean — Vincennes Lincoln
Erin Lillis — Bloomington North
Hadley Faith — Washington
Quincee Healy — Washington
Sammie Shrum — Cloverdale
Tia Tolbert — Vincennes Rivet
Victoria Jackson — Vincennes Lincoln
Brooke Nottingham — Jasper
Claire Knies — Jasper
Faith Zazzetti — Forest Park
Gabby Joyner — Evansvilel North
Kenna Hisle — Evansville North
Maci Foster — Gibson Southern
Macie Zink — Forest Park
Madison Cave — Northeast Dubois
Meredith Raley — Gibson Southern
Shay Whitten — Gibson Southern
Aliyah Evans — Greensburg
Brilan McCory — East Central
Hannah Grider — Indian Creek
Juliana Kemper — Lawrenceburg
Kaitlyn Dougherty — Columbus East
Micha Morrison — Greensburg
Sierra Norman — Columbus North
Tessa Lomax — Columbus North
Toni Joyner — Whiteland Community
Whitley Rankin — Columbus East
Aleiah Thomas — Switzerland County
Ashley Schroer — Brownstown Central
Grace Igleheart — Austin
Isabell Claywell — Eastern (Pekin)
Jaylah Mays — Scottsburg
Jewel McCormick — Springs Valley
Leah Miller — Salem
Lettie Nice — Salem
Lucy Robertson — North Harrison
Natalie Boesing — Providence
Rian Russell — West Washington
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