I am happy to announce the All KCK Preps First and Second teams for the ladies.
I will start this list off similar to how I did the boys by announcing the 3 candidates for the girls Player of the Year.
Anna Deegan was the best player on the best team in the city. She put the city on high alert of her skills early in the season with a 28 point, 6 rebound and 4 assist game against lansing. Her ability to finish with the "Euro" step through is impressive to say the least. Leading the Braves to a 23-3 record is also not bad. League and sub-state titles to boot.
Yessenia Hernandez is the spark plug in our coverage area. She is a stat stuffer at 9 points, 4 assist, 4 rebs, and 3 steals a game. She has had 5 or more steals in a game 6 times this year which shows that she can get it done floor. If I am starting a team today she is definitely one of the first players taken off the board.
Tyler Johnson is going to be a star. She flat out looks the part and is getting attention from some big name schools and for good reason. You can rest assured that Tyler Johnson will be a factor in this race for the next few years. She is solid on the boards and has good ability to finish when taking a lot of contact. Demands a double team at only a freshman.
We request these ladies to be in attendance to accept the award. You are guaranteed 1 trophy and a possibility for a second.
Jamie Redic may be second team all KCAL but KCK Preps will not make the same mistake. If you are capable of going 23 and 12 against the co-league champs then welcome to the top 5 players in the KCK Preps coverage area.
Tanyesha Colding lite up the Washington Lady Wildcats for 30 points earlier in this season. She is the unquestioned leader of the team that was a game away from a state tournament birth. She is one of the top shooters in the area and a welcome addtion to our team.
Members of the second team are noted below.
Erica Wilson - Bonner Springs
Emily Wilson - Bonner Springs
Taylor Williams - Bishop Ward
Donisha Womack - Washington
Bailey Hooker - Basehor