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SUN SELECT All-Star Girls Basketball Team

First Team Girls Basketball

Jordan Heinold, Immaculata, Soph. F
The sophomore forward’s importance to her team was on display when during mid-season she missed a stretch of games and Immaculata went 0-4 without her. In her second season as a starter, Heinold put up 16.8 points per game ((303 total) and averaged 12.4 rebounds. The versatile forward also led the team with 41 steals and 25 assists, as Immaculata finished the season 11 – 10.

Kendra Quinn-Moultrie, Hamburg, Sr. F
A three-year varsity player and member of two sectional finalist teams at Hamburg, the senior forward finished the year with a team-leading average of 14. 2 points and 7.8 rebounds, to go along with 38 steals A solid post player with a strong work ethic, she was her team’s leading scorer the past two seasons and this year was named Player of the Year in ECIC II. She’ll play at Hobart and William Smith.

Erin Nason, East Aurora, Jr. G
On a young team, the guard emerged as East Aurora’s veteran presence, go-to scorer and main defender even though Nason was still a junior herself. She led the Blue Devils to an ECIC Division III regular season title and sectional championship, averaging 14 points. She added a team-leading 85 steals (3.3 per game), was second with 51 assists and third, grabbing 106 rebounds (4.8 per game).

Noelle Poloncarz,Orchard Park, Sr. G
A five-year varsity player, the senior point guard eclipsed 1,000-career points this season then became the program’s all-time leading scorer, finishing with 1,199 points. In averaging13.8 points, she also eclipsed the all-time record for three-pointers with 185 (50 in a season) and is the all-time leader with an 80 free throw percentage. The two-time captain added 34 assists, 61 rebounds and 27 steals.

Colleen Wirth, Iroquois, Sr. G
A five-year varsity player, the senior point guard eclipsed 1,000-career points this season then became the program’s all-time leading scorer, finishing with 1,199 points. In averaging13.8 points, she also eclipsed the all-time record for three-pointers with 185 (50 in a season) and is the all-time leader with an 80 free throw percentage. The two-time captain added 34 assists, 61 rebounds and 27 steals.

Second Team Girls Basketball

Kelsi Ebert, Frontier, Sr. G
The senior led Frontier in points with 14.8 per game and steals with 3 per game. She added 4.7 rebounds in her first season starting for a 11-8 Frontier team that began the season 9-0.

Lindsay Gearhart, Eden, Jr. F
The junior provided an insides presence for 9-11 Eden, averaging 11 points and 10 rebounds. She recorded 10 double-doubles during the season and showed a nice touch from the outside.

Lindsay Green, West Seneca West, Jr. G
During a 2-14 season, the junior guard led West Seneca West in points and was one of the team’s top scorer at 12 points per game, along with being West’s top rebounder. She combined with her sister, Jen, to average about 24 points.

Melanie Linsmair, Lake Shore, Jr. F
The versatile junior again led the team in scoring average, with 10.3 points per game. She added 123 rebounds, 60 steals and 44 assists in 16 games for 7-12 Lake Shore.

Casey Lipka, Frontier, Sr. G
A senior captain and four-year varsity player, the guard averaged 11.8 points, 4.7 rebounds and led the team in assists (2 per game). She helped Frontier defeated eventual section-champion Jamestown.

Honorable Mention Girls Basketball

Arrika Bley, North Collins, Jr., Forward
During a 2-16 season, the junior forward led North Collins averaging 8.6 points and 7 rebounds.

Darian Evans, Lake Shore, Jr. Forward
The junior forward led Lake Shore with 184 points and 193 rebounds in 19 games, her second season as a starter.

Ashley Kabza, Hamburg, Jr. Forward
Stepping up in her junior season, the forward recorded 10 points per game, 117 rebounds and 14 blocked shots in her first year as a full-time starter.

Sabrina Kraska, Eden, Jr. Guard
The versatile guard, who moved from forward this year, averaged 10 points and 8 rebounds.

Juliana Meisenheimer, East Aurora, Fr., Guard
The first-year starting point guard delivered 9 points per game, along with 3.2 assists, 3.1 steals and 4 rebounds in just her freshman season.

Abbie Probst, Orchard Park, Jr., Forward
The junior forward became the Orchard park all-time single-season leader in blocks with 91 and 10 in a game, while averaging 8.5 points and 10 rebounds.
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