Whitledge named to All-KVL team
Hall, Jeannin receive honorable mention
When the Kaw Valley League’s girls basketball coaches selected their all-league squad, just one Tonganoxie High player was chosen — and she was a freshman.
Chieftains forward Jenny Whitledge, a ninth-grader at THS, was one of 12 players named to the All-KVL first team.
In her first year of high school action, Whitledge led Tonganoxie with 14.2 points and 7.1 rebounds a game while hitting 55 percent of her shots from the field.
Two other Chieftains received honorable mention. Senior guards Lauren Hall and Andie Jeannin were among nine KVL players to earn that distinction.
Hall averaged 8.0 points a game and hit a team-best 40 three-pointers. Jeannin scored 6.6 per game and made 25 from long distance.
Emily Altman, Mill Valley
Megan Bergstrom, Basehor-Linwood
Cassey Bever, Basehor-Linwood
Amy Briggs, Lansing
Kylie Burns, Bishop Ward
Danyelle Cole, Piper
Katie Delich, Lansing
Nicole Garretson, Mill Valley
Patrice Lasley, Piper
Korbynn Stallbaumer, Santa Fe Trail
Katie Volle, Perry-Lecompton
Jenny Whitledge, Tonganoxie
Jessica Christman, Perry-Lecompton
Allison Ewing, Lansing
Lauren Hall, Tonganoxie
Yessenia Hernandez, Bonner Springs
Andie Jeannin, Tonganoxie
Shara Luther, Santa Fe Trail
McKenna Mortell, Turner
Courtney Poe, Basehor-Linwood
Taylor Williams, Bishop Ward
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