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Metro Athletic Conference Girls Basketball All-Conference team

by Jacob Unruh Published: March 25, 2014
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The Metro Athletic Conference recently announced its conference awards for this past season with Choctaw’s star freshman Ana Llanusa taking home top honors with the MVP.

Here is the full list:

MVP: Ana Llanusa, Choctaw

Offensive Player of the Year: Tamara Lee, Edmond Santa Fe

Defensive Player of the Year: LaShabra Plunkett, Putnam City

Co-Newcomers of the Year: Carrington Small, Putnam City; Brooke Irwin, Mustang

Coach of the Year: Ryan Maloney, Choctaw

All-Conference First Team

Addie Vernon, Choctaw

Aahliyah Jackson, Edmond Santa Fe

Addyson Lawson, Mustang

Sidney Carolina, Putnam North

Audrey Hayes, Yukon

All-Conference Second Team

Alexis Cooper, Edmond Santa Fe

Summer Jones, Edmond Santa Fe

Nakylia Carter, Putnam North

Ciera Roberts, Putnam West

Chelsea Exum, Yukon

Honorable Mention

Allyssa Sievert, Choctaw

Hayli Hoffman, Edmond North

Leah Smith, Edmond North

Tori Shockley, Mustang

Blaire Hall, Putnam North

Keyoni Mbroh, Putnam North

Tiona Gillespie, Putnam West

Jazmine Jefflo, Putnam City

Maci Exum, Yukon

Sarah Wilson, Yukon

If you have postseason honors from another conference in girls basketball, please email the information to Jacob Unruh, junruh@opubco.com.

by Jacob Unruh
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Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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