Five from county make All D-SCThe first team, All Dunn-St. Croix 2009 for girls’ basketball isn’t very large, but there is a large contingent from Pierce County on it.
The first team, All Dunn-St. Croix 2009 for girls’ basketball isn’t very large, but there is a large contingent from Pierce County on it.
Three senior players, Amanda Daleiden and Ashley Hinrichs from Plum City and Kimmy Keehr from Spring Valley, were chosen for the first team, part of a group of five players from the county on the all-conference squad.
Both Keehr and Daleiden are on the first team for the second season in a row while Hinrichs is back after being named to the second team last season. She was a first team choice as a sophomore while Daleiden and Keehr both received honorable mention as sophomores.
Keehr was fourth in the conference in scoring averaging 13.8 points per game. Hinrichs was fifth in the league in rebounds with 133 while Daleiden was third in assists with 60. All three players were in top five in the league in steals.
Also making the first team, were seniors Courtney Doucette and Kasey Laramy from conference champion Colfax, senior center Anna Cole from Mondovi, the conference’s scoring champion, senior Brittany Myers from Glenwood City (averaging nearly 20 points per game) and the lone junior on the first team, Emily Harrison from Elk Mound.
Doucette, Myers and Cole were on the first team last season as well.
Harrison led the league in rebounds with 182 while Doucette led the league in assists with 69.
Two Pierce County players were chosen for the second team, Elmwood senior Erika Wolf and Spring Valley senior Kelsey Lansing. Wolf was honorable mention all-conference last season.
Receiving honorable mention from Pierce County was Spring Valley junior Aarynn Deutsch.