Who I would hire to keep the success going at Wright State?

BY JIM DABBELT

With Katrina Merriweather taking the head coaching job at Memphis, that leaves a big void to fill at Wright State. The Raiders have been a very formidable and consistent program since 2010 when Mike Bradbury took over and led them to five 20-win seasons, and Merriweather added to the success with three 20-win and two 19-win seasons.

But where do they do from here? I believe they don’t have to look far to fill the need of an outstanding coaching staff, with names who are very familiar with the Miami Valley.

Believe me, I am no Bob Grant. He is one of the best collegiate athletic directors in the nation, and I couldn’t do his job on my best day and his worst. But I do know women’s basketball, and a great team can be assembled to keep the tradition of success going strong with the Raiders.

Why is having a pulse on this area so important? Ohio has a rich tradition of producing high level college basketball prospects and they are the third most recruited state in the country for high school basketball.

So if I was King for a day, who would I bring in to keep this highly-respected program going in the right direction? Simple… you look in your backyard.

You start with the hiring the face that has been integral in the recent success at Wright State, assistant coach Abby Jump to take over as the head coach with the Raiders. She is one of the fastest-rising assistant coaches in the country after a two-year stint at Morehead State. Jump arrived at Wright State two years ago and is ready for this job. She has been named to the WBCA 30-Under-30 three times, and she played her career at Wright State. She knows this area and I believe deserves a shot at this job. All of this is based on her not going with Merriweather to Memphis. She is a bigtime keeper in this business.

You bring Chelsea Welch in as one of her assistants. Welch is one of the most successful players in Wright State history being named the Horizon League Player of the Year in 2018. She also has been a key assistant coach at St. Lawrence University in New York and can help draw some outstanding players from around the Buckeye state. Her fiery attitude and desire for success would be a great fit for the Raiders, and she has a lot of ties around the country.

Your second assistant would need some convincing but another former Raider who has enjoyed success coaching at the high school level locally would be Courtney Boyd. I am telling you she would be great at the collegiate level with her knowledge of the game and personable demeanor. I know she is very comfortable at the high school level with a great program, but I totally believe she has what it takes to transition to the college coaching ranks and would be a bigtime asset to the Raiders program, or any program who wants a winner.

Who is the wildcard in this mix? I bring in a coach who has incredible ties in this area, and a lot of bigtime success in the collegiate ranks. You will need a coach to keep things calm during the transition and could be very big to the success of this staff. Bring home Frank Goldsberry from Loyola Chicago to be the experienced veteran on the bench, someone who can help guide things through the inevitable rough waters that every coaching staff goes through. Plus, it would give him a chance to finish his illustrious coaching career back in his hometown where his family is.

It’s only a dream team, but that is what I have done for over 35 years now… dream big for women’s basketball.

2021 Dabbs All-Ohio team

Every year, The Dabbelt Report selects their annual All-Ohio girls basketball team based on players from all across the Buckeye state. This is not the same as the OPSWA all-Ohio team (which replaced the AP), this is an independent selection.

Congrats to everyone who was honored from this very different and interesting season.

DIVISION I

First-Team

Kacie Baumhower, 5-9 Sr., Sylvania Northview; KK Bransford, 5-11 Jr., Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame; Aubryanna Hall, 6-0 Sr., Huber Heights Wayne; Lanae Riley, 5-11 Jr., Akron Hoban; Imarianah Russell, 5-11 Jr., Reynoldsburg; Shyanne Sellers, 6-2 Sr., Aurora; Emma Shumate, 6-1 Sr., Newark; Grace VanSlooten, 6-2 Jr., Toledo Notre Dame Academy

Player of the Year- Aubryanna Hall, 6-0 Sr., Huber Heights Wayne

Second Team

Aja Austin, 6-1 Sr., Westerville South; Reagan Bass, 6-1 Sr., Strongsville; Emma Dretke, 6-0 Jr., Jackson; Chance Gray, 5-9 Jr., West Chester Lakota West; Cotie McMahon, 5-11 Jr., Centerville; Laila Phelia, 5-10 Sr., Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame; Gwen Stare, 5-9 Jr., Newark; Haley Weaver, 6-0 Sr., Solon

Third Team

Abby Carter, 5-11 Sr., Eastlake North; Alyssa Ziehler, 6-0 Jr., Green; Kilyn McGuff, 5-11 Sr., Bishop Watterson; Mya Perry, 5-11 Sr., Reynoldsburg; Olivia Sims, 5-9 Sr., Toledo Notre Dame Academy; Macie Taylor, 5-7 Jr., Troy; Nakyah Terrell, 5-7 Sr., Canton McKinley; Breezie Williams, 5-5 Jr., Canton GlenOak

DIVISION II

First-Team

Morgan Bentley, 5-10 Sr., McArthur Vinton County; Ashleigh Mader, 5-8 Sr., Tipp City Tippecanoe; Kenzie McConnell, 6-0 Sr., Circleville; Cory Santoro, 5-5 Sr., Bellevue; Bailee Smith, 5-7 Sr., Zanesville Maysville; Faith Stinson, 6-1 Jr., Thornville Sheridan; Taylor Strock, 5-9 Sr., Napoleon; Taylor Thierry, 5-11 Sr., Shaker Heights Laurel

Player of the Year- Taylor Thierry, 5-11 Sr., Shaker Heights Laurel

Second Team

Mari Bickley, 5-10 Soph., Shaker Heights Laurel; Ruby Bolon, 5-11 Sr., Lima Bath; Clarissa Craig, 6-1 Sr., Cincinnati Roger Bacon; Lexi Howe, 5-11 Soph., Tri-Valley; Jackie Grisdale, 5-9 Sr., Poland; Sarah Ochs, 5-5 Jr., Dayton Carroll; Caely Ressler, 6-0 Sr., Napoleon; Cameron Zinn, 5-11 Jr., McArthur Vinton County

Third Team

Emily Adams, 6-0 Sr., Middletown Fenwick; Olivia Baker, 5-8 Jr., Shelby; Emily Bratton, 5-7 Fresh., Bloom-Carroll; Gia Casalinova, 5-8 Soph., CVCA; Dream Cherry, 5-4 Sr., Akron St. Vincent St. Marys; Abigail Dickson, 5-3 Sr., Germantown Valley View; Lydia Gattozi, 5-10 Sr., Cleveland Height; Ella Wigal, 5-11 Soph., Granville

DIVISION III

First-Team

Hannah Archer, 5-8 Jr., Beverly Fort Frye; Addi Dillow, 5-8 Sr., Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant; Makayla Elmore, 6-4 Sr, Hopewell-Loudon; Zoe Miller, 5-10 Sr., Berlin Hiland; Abbie Riddle, 5-11 Soph., Liberty Union; Brooklyn Troyer, 5-8 Sr., Waynedale; Hailey Unger, 5-8 Jr., Arcanum; Katherine Weakley, 5-10 Sr., Worthington Christian

Co-Players of the Year- Makayla Elmore, 6-4 Sr., Hopewell-Louden; Zoe Miller, 5-10 Sr., Berlin Hiland

Second Team

Allison Bayse, 5-11 Jr., Chillicothe Huntington; Rylee Leonard, 5-6 Soph., Sardinia Eastern Brown; Taylor Thomas, 5-9 Sr., Mahogany Cottingham, 5-9 Soph., Doylestown Chippewa; Emily Rapacz, 6-1 Sr., Elyria Catholic; Brooklyn Thrash, 6-0 Jr., Elmwood; Reagan Vinskovich, 6-1 Soph., Belmont Union Local; Morgan Yoder, 5-9 Sr., Berlin Hiland

Third Team

Leah Butterbaugh, 5-8 Sr., Waynesville; Kelsey Erford, 5-8 Sr., Ottawa-Glandorf; Maliyah Johnson, 6-0 Sr., Columbus Africentric; Gabbie King, 5-10 Sr., West Jefferson; Riley Rismiller, 6-3 Soph., Coldwater; Jade Salters, 5-8 Sr., Warrensville Heights; McKenna Stephens, 5-9 Sr., Willard; Paige Tolson, 5-4 Sr., Stewart Federal Hocking.

DIVISION IV

First-Team

Tory Hendershot, 5-7 Sr., Shadyside; Emma Hess, 6-1 Sr., Xenia Legacy Christian; Molly Howard, 6-0 Sr., McDonald; Jacey Justice, 5-8 Sr., Peebles; Madison Royal-Davis, 5-10 Sr., Toledo Christian; Grace Vermilya, 5-11 Sr., Loudenville; Danielle Vuletich, 6-3 Sr., Berlin Center Western Reserve; Ivy Wolf, 5-8 Sr., Minster

Player of the Year- Ivy Wolf, 5-8 Sr., Minster

Second Team

Brooke Allen, 6-1 Sr., Woodmore; Bri Claxon, 5-9 Jr., South Webster; Ava Hassel, 5-5 Sr., Portsmouth Notre Dame; Kenzie Hoelscher, 6-0 Sr., Fort Loramie; Morgan Hunt, 5-10 Soph., New Madison Tri Village; Bella Kline, 5-11 Sr., Berne Union; Claudia Pifher, 5-8 Jr., New Washington Buckeye Central; Riley Stopp, 5-11 Sr., Cornerstone Christian

Third Team

Kalista Friday, 5-5 Jr., Woodsfield Monroe Central; Hannah Mang, 5-8 Sr., Lake Center Christian; Chloe-Chard Pelloquin 6-3 Jr., Newark Catholic; Tai Roberts, 5-6 Jr., Andrews Osborne Academy; Dana Rose, 6-0 Sr., Fort Loramie; Rylee Sagester, 5-6 Soph., New Madison Tri Village; Cara Taylor, 5-3 Jr., Waterford; Ashleigh Wheeler, 5-4 Sr., Sarahsville Shenandoah

Ohio Girls Basketball Player of the Year

Aubryanna Hall, 6-0 Sr., Huber Heights Wayne

All-Southwest District girls basketball teams

The All-Southwest Ohio girls basketball teams as selected by members of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association from the Southwest District.

Division I

First Team

Cotie McMahon, Centerville, 5’11”, JR: 21.2 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 3.4 apg; Amy Velasco, Centerville, 5’6”, Sr: 13 ppg, 5 apg; Jordan Hobbs, Springboro, 6-1, Sr.: 17.2ppg, 7.2rpg, 2.9apg;  KK Bransford, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame, 5’9”, Jr.: 22 ppg, 6 rpg, 5 apg; Laila Phelia, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame, 5’10”, Sr: 17.6 ppg, 4 rpg; Chance Gray West Chester Lakota West 5’9” Jr.: 26 ppg 3.7 apg 7.3 rpg; Aubryanna Hall, Huber Heights Wayne, 6’0 Sr: 25.4 pts, 7.7 rpg.

Player of the Year: KK Bransford, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame

Coach of the Year: Jessica Threats, Xenia; Matt Tolliver, Edgewood

Second Team

Abby Carter, Miamisburg, 5’10” Sr.: 12.3 ppg. 8.2rpg; Peyton Nation, Springboro 5-10, Sr: 18.3ppg, 6.1rpg; Marilyn Popplewell, Mason, 5’10” Sr.: 14.8 ppg, 9.2 rpg; Margo Mattes, Mason, 5’11” So.: 16.2 ppg, 5.2 rpg; Terah Harness, New Carlisle Tecumseh, 5’10” Sr,:18 ppg, 7.8 rpg; Kendall Folley, Lebanon, 5’6 Sr.: 17.7 ppg, 4.6 apg; Marissa Jenike West Clermont 5’9 Sr.: 18.2 pts, 4.0 rpg.

Third Team

Anna Long, Miamisburg, 5’8”, Jr,: 12.8 ppg, 4.1 apg.; Madison Roshelle, Princeton, 5’9” Sr,: 14 ppg, 5 rpg; Macie Taylor, Troy, 5’8” Jr.:. 16.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg; Callie Hunt, Edgewood, 6’1”, Sr.: 11.5 ppg, 7.5 rpg; Alyssa Hargrove-Hall. Huber Heights Wayne 5’9”, Sr.:  15.3 pts;  Allie Stockton, Sidney, 5-10, So.: 16.3 ppg, 6.2 rpg; Jordan Rogers, Franklin, 5’9 Sr: 17.0 ppg.

Honorable Mention

Alley Haas, Miamisburg; Kensie Black, Franklin; Baylee Jones Mt. Orab Western Brown; Madison Flischel Mt. Orab Western Brown; Zy’Aria Miller, Cincinnati Walnut Hills; Katie Collopy, Cincinnati Walnut Hills; Lauryn Hill, Cincinnati Walnut Hills; Diawna Carter-Hartley, Princeton; Autumn Crockett, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame; Abby Wolterman, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame; Brianna Counts, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame; Daisa Turner, Clayton Northmont; Katie Murphy, Wilmington; Maura Drake, Wilmington; Leah Riley, Cincinnati Sycamore; Emma David, Cincinnati Sycamore; Kieanna Sheridan, Cincinnati Sycamore; Kendall Sherman, Xenia; Reaghan Wakefield, Xenia; Kamea Baker, Xenia; Krissy Kowalski, Harrison;Ava Tombragel, Harrison; Jenna Batsch, Loveland; Tess Broermann, Loveland; Nia Kemper, Loveland; Bailey Zerby , Bellbrook; Kelley Griffin, Bellbrook; Dreann Pryce, Bellbrook; Taylor Scohy Bellbrook; Makenzie Chinn, New Carlisle Tecumseh; Mae Mastin, New Carlisle Tecumseh; Gabrielle Russell, New Carlisle Tecumseh; Sami Bardonaro,  Vandalia-Butler; Evan Neely, Vandalia-Butler; Mallory Hullinger, Kettering Fairmont; Paige Frazier Lemon Monroe; Brooklyn Miltenberger, Lemon Monroe; Ajnique Aldridge, Hamilton; Jayden Issacs, Hamilton; Chloe Butler, Trenton Edgewood; Jessica Moore, Trenton Edgewood; Rylie Homan, Trenton Edgewood; Madison French, Liberty Twp. Lakota East; Kaylie McKenney, Milford; Maci Rhoades, Beavercreek; Jodee Austin, Fairborn; Karley Johns, Piqua; Jenna Van Schaik Cincinnati Ursuline Academy; Shamia Strayhorn, Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy;  Lexee Brewer, Sidney; Kiara Hudgins, Sidney;  Anna Thomas, Oak Hills; Danni Krauser, Cincinnati Seton; Daysia Thompson, Cincinnati Winton Woods; Hailey Lehn, Cincinnati Mercy-McAuley; Kylee Heidemann, Cincinnati Mercy-McAuley, Jaiden Bingham, Middletown; Kendal George, Centerville. Kylee Fears, Oxford Talawanda;

Division II

First Team

Abigail Dickson, Germantown Valley View, 5’3”, Sr: 10pt, 3.2 apg; Quantaijah Huffman Trotwood-Madison, 5’8 Sr.:  22.5 ppg, 5.4 rpg; Emily Adams, Franklin Bishop Fenwick, 6’0″, Sr.: 14.6 ppg, 12.2 rpg; Kylee Sheppard, St. Bernard Roger Bacon, 5’10” Sr:  13.8ppg, 4.0 rpg; Ashleigh Mader, Tipp City Tippecanoe, 5-8 Sr: 13.4 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 5.0 apg;  Clarissa Craig, St. Bernard Roger Bacon, 6’3” Sr. C 17 ppg, 8.2 rpg; Sarah Ochs, Dayton Carroll, 5’5”, Jr.: 14.2 ppg.

Player of the Year: Clarissa Craig, St. Bernard Roger Bacon

Coach of the Year: Christina Pentaudi, Tipp City Tippecanoe

Second Team

Claire Henson, Valley View, 5’10” Jr.: 12.6 pg, 6 rpg; Ella Riggs, Cincinnati Indian Hill, 5’9” Jr.: 21.2 ppg, 7.4 rpg; Rachel Wildermuth, Tipp City Tippecanoe, 5’10” Sr,: 8.5 ppg, 5.7 rpg; Jordan Pettigrew Dayton Ponitz Career Technology Center, 5’5, Jr.: . 23.6 ppg 5 apg; Ava Lickliter, Dayton Carroll, 5’6”, Sr. 8.3 ppg, 4.3 apg; Bry Woodard Cincinnati Summit Country Day, 5’11”, Sr.:  14.7 ppg, 8.4 rpg.; Deborah Davenport, Cincinnati Woodward, 6’2”, Sr.:  17.7 ppg, 10.5 rpg.

Third Team

Lauren Legate, Valley View, 5’9” Sr:  11 ppg, 10 rpg.; Sam Rooney, Urbana, 5’2” Sr.: 13.9 ppg, 3.1 apg; Abby Yukon, St, Paris Graham, 5-8 So.: 12.6 ppg,, 6.9 rpg; Raeven Raye Redmond Trotwood-Madison, 5’6”, So.: 13.0 ppg., 5.0 rpg.;  Tamira Scott, Cincinnati Hughes, 5’3”, Sr.: 18.0 ppg, 5.1 rpg; Caraline Kernan, Kettering Alter, 5’8”, Jr. G: 8.9 ppg; Noel Weathers, Cincinnati Mount Healthy Jr.: 12 ppg, 5 rpg,

Honorable Mention

Madalyn Mahoney, Franklin Bishop Fenwick; Rachel Tebbe, Franklin Bishop Fenwick; Kenzie Avery, Clarksville Clinton-Massie; Katie Hemmelgarn, Tipp City Tippecanoe; Skylar Fletcher Greenville; Olivia Bauman, Eaton;  Allison Mowen, Eaton; Kylee Kidwell, Eaton; Lily Shepherd, Eaton; Kyla Irby Cincinnati Summit Country Day; Julia Gooding Cleves Taylor; Morgan Finley, Cleves Taylor; Jada Pohlen, Hamilton Badin; Mahya Lindesmith, Hamilton Badin; Kylie Wells, Middletown Madison; Grace Baker Middletown Madison; Carly McMonigle, Middletown Madison; Ella Campbell, Middletown Madison; Olivia Patel, Batavia; Summer Stith, Batavia; Cortney Smith, New Richmond; Abby Maness, New Richmond; Megn Leraas, Dayton Carroll; Lauran Bailey, St. Paris Graham; Alainee Risner, Springfield Northwestern; Megan Smith, Springfield Northwestern; Veronica Allen, Hamilton Ross; Myah Boze, Hamilton Ross; Breanna Clemons, Cincinnati Mount Healthy;  Ranlei Freeman, Cincinnati North College Hill; Meredith Bornholdt, Cincinnati Wyoming;  Emma McSwigan, Cincinnati Archbishop McNicholas; Jessie Branch, Cincinnati Hughes; Karlie Romer, Alter; Riley Smith, Alter; Kristen Cantrell, Dunbar; Briyanna Combs, Dunbar; Morganne Postell, Thurgood Marshall; Riley Hodson, Valley View; Miranda Crawford, Clarksville Clinton-Massie; Lynzee Cronkleton, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan

Division III

First Team

Kaylee Dingee, Carlisle, 5’11”, Sr.:  F 8.2 ppg, 10.4 rpg.; Kenna Gray, Tipp City Bethel, 5’7” Sr.:15.1 ppg, 9.0 rpg; Kara King, Purcell Marian, 5’9”, Sr.: 10 ppg, 8 rpg,; Hailey Unger Arcanum 5’8” Jr.: 19 ppg, 4.1 rpg; Ella Doseck, Anna, 5’6”, Sr.: 16.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 3.5 apg; Selena Weaver West Liberty-Salem, 6’0”, Sr.: 16.5 ppg, 10.6 rpg; Paige Fischer, Williamsburg, 5’10”, Sr.: 7.5 ppg, 13.1 rpg.

Player of the Year: Hailey Unger, Arcanum

Coach of the Year: Jamar Mosley, Purcell Marian

Second Team

Torie Utter, Georgetown, 5’6”, Jr.18.4 ppg; Madi Ogden, Williamsburg, 5’7” Sr.: 15.1 ppg, 5.6 rpg; Madelyn Fearon Arcanum 5’7” Jr: 13.5 ppg, 5.2 apg; Alli Stolz, Bethel-Tate, 6’0”, Sr.: 16.2 ppg, 14.2 rpg; Leah Butterbaugh, Waynesville, 5’8”, Sr.: 14.4 ppg, 6.1 rpg;  Kenzie Schneeman, Cincinnati Deer Park Sr.: 21 ppg, 4.8 rpg; Bella Answini, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, 5’8”, Sr.: 17.8 ppg., 4.4 rpg

Third Team

Libby Evanshine, East Clinton, 5’10”, Soph.: 15.4 ppg,, 5.8 rpg;  Kiana Dauwe, Williamsburg 5’6”, Sr.:, 14.8 ppg, 3.6 rpg; Liv Reittinger, Tipp City Bethel, 5-6 Sr:- 13.5 ppg,:  McKenna Haugabook, Purcell, Marian, 5’10” Jr.: 9 ppg, 6 rpg, 4 apg; Taylor Gray Arcanum 6’ Jr.: 12.1ppg, 8.1 rpg; Jewell Campbell, Camden Preble Shawnee, 5’6”, So.: 14.6 ppg,; Janay Rose, Purcell Marian, Sr. C: 9 ppg, 6 rpg

Honorable Mention

Maddi Benjamin, Georgetown; Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle; Sidney Morris, Carlisle; Olivia Potts, Blanchester; Karley Moore, Tipp City Bethel; Claire Henry,  Greenon,;  Abby West-Springfield Greenon; Stephanie Altstaetter, Indian Lake; Allison Kinney Indian Lake; Jariah McCrory, Purcell Marian; Emily Hollar West Liberty-Salem; Grace Estes, West Liberty-Salem;  Ashley Bee, Bethel-Tate ; Ellie Snyder Jamestown Greeneview; Isabella Cassoni, Waynesville; Madison Jones, West Milton Milton-Union; Jayla Gentry West Milton Milton-Union; Morgan Grudich, West  Milton Milton Union; Maria Velazco, Norwood; Destiny Rice, Norwood; Sierra Brinson, New Lebanon Dixie; Rori Hunley, Casstown Casstown Miami East; Abby Stammen, Versailles; Kate Griesdorn, Versailles; Daelyn Staehling, Blanchester

Division IV

First Team

Anna Swisshelm, Felicity-Franklin 5’10”, So.: 22.8 ppg, 11.6 rpg; Kenzie Hoelscher, Fort Loramie, 6’0”, Sr.: 13.8ppg , 5.0 rpg; Rylee Sagester New Madison Tri Village 5’6” So.: 17.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 3.5 apg.; Morgan Hunt New Madison Tri Village 5’10” So.: 19.9 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 3.8 apg; Emma Hess, Xenia Legacy Christian, 6’0”, Sr.: 18.6 ppg, 7.2 rpg; Kamryn Jordan, Cincinnati Country Day, 5’5”, Sr.: 14.1 ppg, 5.5 rpg; Austy Miller Bradford 5’4” Jr.: 17.8 ppg, 7.7 rpg.

Player of the Year: Emma Hess, Xenia Legacy Christian

Morgan Hunt, New Madison Tri-Village

Coach of the Year: Chris Besecker, Bradford

Second Team

Azyiah Williams, Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington, 5’5”, Sr.: 24.3 ppg, 5.3 apg,; Dana Rose Fort Loramie, 6’1”, Sr.:  11.3 ppg 6.0 rpg;.Kathleen Ahner, Xenia Legacy Christian, 5’8”, Sr.: 15.2 ppg. 6 rpg, 5 apg.;  Angie Smith, Yellow Springs, 5’6”, Jr.: 22.9 ppg, 5.6 rpg., 5.1 apg.; Mallory Mullen, Springfield Catholic Central, 6’0”, Jr.: . 14.3 ppg, 13.9 rpg.; Sabrina Delbello, Cincinnati Country Day, 5’7”, Sr.: 13 ppg, 5.8 rpg; Grace Forrest, Mechanicsburg, 5’6”, Sr.: 20.3 ppg, 5.5 rpg.

Third Team

Meghan Downing, New Madison Tri Village,  6’2″, Jr.: 11.3 ppg, 10.3 rpg; Carlie Besecker, Covington, 5’10”, Fr.: 15.7ppg, 9 rpg.; Luisa Christian, Cedarville, 5’9”, Sr.: 11.4 ppg., 7.4 rpg.; Abbigail Peterson, Springfield Catholic Central, 5’6”, Sr.: 16.5 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 3.6 apg.;  Carmen Heuker, Botkins, 5’6”, Jr.: 15.1 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 4.2 apg.; Grace Barnes, Cincinnati Country Day, 5’9”, So.: 13 ppg, 4 apg.; Melody Barnett, Miami Valley Christian Academy, 6’4”, Jr.: 14.9 ppg, 17.8 rpg.

Honorable Mention

Olivia Crawford, Fayetteville-Perry; Anne Murphy, Fayetteville-Perry; Caitlyn Gasson, Fort Loramie; .  Claudia Harrington, Covington; Claire Fraley, Covington; Gracie Anderson, Covington; Chloe McGlinch, Arcanum Franklin Monroe; Stella Shellabarger, Arcanum Franklin Monroe; Mattie Hiestand, Union City Mississinawa Valley; Taylor Stachler, Union City Mississinawa Valley; Bailey Schmit, Ansonia; Katie Leach, Xenia Legacy Christian; Rylee Canan, Bradford; Camryn Gleason, Pleasant Hill Newton; Ciara Horney, Cedarville; Elly Coe, Cedarville; Cati LeVan, New Lewisburg Triad; Frani LeVan, New Lewisburg Triad; Morgan Taylor, Troy Christian; Sarah Johnson, Troy Christian; Lizzie Grooms, Cincinnati Christian; Lonna Heath, Sidney Fairlawn; Kate Sherman, Russia; Lauryn Sanford, DeGraff Riverside; Megan Maier, Houston; Serenity Castle, Springfield Catholic Central; Boston Paul, Botkins; Angela Jones, Felicity-Franklin; Brooklyn Wehrum, Felicity-Franklin