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Sports : Grand River Conference Announces 2013-2014 Basketball Teams
Posted by Tom on 2014/3/21 9:50:00 (344 reads) News by the same author

The Grand River Conference has honored its best basketball players from the just completed season, with first-team, second-team, and honorable mention status. The regular season champions were the Gallatin girls and the Stanberry boys.

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Here are the postseason honorees:

GIRLS:
1st Team All-­Conference: (Unanimous Selections in BOLD)
Sadie Watson Braymer Junior
Sara Lin Gallatin Junior
Morgan Miller King City Senior
Kaylee Smith South Harrison Senior

Kailey Salmon Gallatin Junior
Adriana Segar Polo Jr.
Hunter Purdun South Harrison So.

2nd Team All-­Conference:
Madison Mallory Braymer So.
Kaitlyn Heffley Gallatin Sr.
Rachel Boucher Maysville So.
Paige Phillips Princeton Jr.
Sidney Copeland Polo Jr.
Kaleigh Wilmes Stanberry Sr.
Jordan Breckenridge King City Sr.

Honorable Mention:
Bailey Maxwell Gallatin So.
Hannah McPike Maysville Sr.
Tabitha Poje Polo Sr.
Claire Andrews Worth County Sr.
Josie Williams South Harrison Sr.

BOYS:
1st Team All-­Conference:
Drew Cottrill Albany Jr.
Chris Cameron Gallatin Sr.
John Spiking King City Sr.
Brant Faulkner Princeton Jr.
Daniel Hailey Stanberry So.
Ryan Jensen Stanberry Sr.

Logan O’Dell Braymer So.

2nd Team All-­Conference:
Darin Williams South Harrison Jr.
Nathan Luke Stanberry Sr.
Brevyn Ross Worth County So.
Corby Clark South Harrison Jr.
Parker Smith Polo So.
Jacob Boyd Gallatin Jr.
Dillan Hall Braymer Sr.

Honorable Mention:
Drew Bain Albany Sr.
Andrew Raines Albany Sr.
Reagan Law King City So.
Andrew Crawford Maysville Jr.
Stephan Elliott Princeton Fr.
Alex McQuinn Stanberry So.

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