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April 6, 2014

ENE's All-Northwest Girls Basketball Team



Morgan Marks, Seiling

• Averaged 6.8 points and 8.6 rebounds in helping to lead the Lady Wildcats to the Class A state finals. Led Seiling with 10 points in 32-30 loss to Pond Creek-Hunter in championship game.

• Played on three state tournament teams and one area losers bracket final team in her career

• Excels in softball

• “She did a great job rebounding for us and guarding people inside,’’ said Seiling coach Brady Harm. “She has decent size (5-foot-9), but can run and play like a guard. She worked extremely hard blocking out and being aggressive.’’


Kylie Turner, Lomega — Averaged 9.4 points, 2.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists as a senior. Played on three state tournament teams, including a state championship team in 2012. Lomega coach Kevin Lewallen said Turner “played extremely hard and was a good teammate.’’

Ami Adkisson, Timberlake — Averaged 13.4 points, 4.1 steals and 4 assists in helping the Lady Tigers back to the Class A state tournament. Two-year starter after moving in from Cimarron. Adkisson “has always been up for any challenge thrown at her,’’ coach Kale Pierce said.

Hope Yearian, Pioneer — Averaged five points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.6 steals as a senior, shooting 39 percent from 3-point range and 73 percent from the foul line. PHS coach Brandon Gallagher said she was a “really good ballhandler and I wish we had her for another year, she is an underrated player.’’

Morgan Vogt, Okarche — Averaged 24.8 points and 5.2 rebounds as the Lady Warriors won the Class B state championship after taking the Class A title the year before. MVP of the state tournament both times. Played on a state runnerup team in 2012. McDonald’s All-American nominee.

Shealynn Garrett, Garber — Averaged 11.5 points, with 4.8 rebounds, 59 assists and 34 steals. Called the “consumate team player’’  and “smart and savvy’’ by Lady Wolverines head coach Jamie Davis. Can play all five positions on the floor. All-Skeltur Conference selection.


Burlington – Heather Armbruster

Cherokee – Mollie Hawkins

Cimarron – Courtney McCartney

Covington-Douglas – Calli Kaiser, Jessi Parsons

DCLA – Katherine Muegge

Hennessey – Kinsey Reeves

Kingfisher – Hailey Matthews

Kremlin-Hillsdale – Ryan Voth

Medford – Trista Cripe

Okarche – Madi Grellner

Seiling – Kelsie Pethoud

Shattuck – Daniela Galindo


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