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April 7, 2013

All-NW Girls Teams

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Makayla Tate, Seiling

• Averaged 17.2 points and 7.1 rebounds per game as a senior.

• Three times played in the state tournament, advancing as deep as the semifinal round in her four-year career.

• Helped lead Seiling to an 84-29 record during her four seasons.

• Plans to play basketball at the collegiate level, likely at either Southwestern Oklahoma State or NOC Enid.

Second team

Marian Muegge, DCLA — Scored 6.8 points with 3.2 steals and 4.7 assists in an efficient senior run for the Lady Eagles, helping DCLA reach a third straight state tournament. Four-year starter. Earned all-conference honors in the Cherokee Strip Conference, as well as a most valuable player nod at the Cherokee Strip Tournament. Academic All-State.

Kayla Wilson, Mooreland — Finished with 4.3 assists per game against less than a turnover on average, and had nearly as many steals as she had helpers (4.2). Scored 11.4 points per game during her career, earning three all-conference nods, two tournament most valuable player awards and five all-tournament teams. Winner of Oklahoma’s High School Heisman award.

Kayla Castle, Timberlake — Averaged 11.2 points and a team-high 3.0 steals as a senior, leading the team in takeaways for the second straight year. Helped lead the Tigers to the area round in all three years as a starter and to 83 wins in her four years, including 20 wins in each. Timberlake reached the state tournament each year Castle started.

Carson Ferguson, Pond Creek-Hunter — Didn’t lose many games in four years, finishing 91-19 and making her first state tournament in her final season. More evidence Ferguson was a winner: she took part in 20 championships, if never a state title, and three times was named to the Skeltur’s All-Conference team. Scored 1,002 points over career, adding 661 rebounds.

Katelyn Garvie, Burlington — Averaged 10 points a game on her career despite sharing the floor with Tiffany Rieger, the state’s sixth-best scorer in five-on-five girls basketball history, all four years. Scored 1,186 points in her career. Plans to attend Oklahoma State, leaving her basketball career in Burlington.

Honorable Mention:

Aline-Cleo - Willow Gahr

Alva - Jayna Hadwiger

Cherokee - Jessica Unruh

Cimarron - Caitlin Theilen

Fairview - Payton Van Meter

Garber - Jennifer Pralle

Hennessey - Shawnta Johnson

Kingfisher - Macy McAdam, Kortney Meat

Mooreland - Jennifer Myers

OBA - Brooke Wayman

Pond Creek-Hunter - KaLanne McKee

Thomas - Keela Hamar

Timberlake - Bailee Clift, Karly LeForce

Waukomis - Alexa Harris

 

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