Fuhrman represents Jeeps on Blue Chip teamFebruary 19, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
Hadley Fuhrman proved to be a steady presence for Northeast Dubois all season long, and the Blue Chip Conference has recognized the Jeeps sophomore for the season she had.
Fuhrman averaged 11 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in conference play. She joined 12 others to comprise the All-Blue Chip Conference Team for the 2019-20 season.
All-Blue Chip Conference
Addison Ainscough, Barr-Reeve, Junior
Kalea Fleming, Loogootee, Junior
Brooklyn Jones, Loogootee, Junior
Kylie VanHoy, Loogootee, Sophomore
Makenzie VanHoy, Loogootee, Junior
Hadley Fuhrman, Northeast Dubois, Sophomore
Graycie Poe, North Knox, Sophomore
Mykayla Couchenour, South Knox, Senior
Lexi Detweiler, South Knox, Junior
Hannah Ivers, South Knox, Senior
Tia Tolbert, Vincennes Rivet, Senior
Caroline Herman, Vincennes Rivet, Senior
Sydney Lamar, Wood Memorial, Senior
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