April 15, 2014

Wolf, McGinn lead NBL Div. III girls' basketball all-stars


Geiger connected on a season-high 17 points twice this season, once in a victory over Wells and again in the Section VII Class D semifinals against Elizabethtown-Lewis.

Makenzie Winslow (Minerva/Newcomb)- Winslow, a junior, used her lightning quick speed to be both a facilitator and finisher for the Mountaineers this season. She finished the year with an average of 11.9 points per game.

Winslow also featured a strong outside stroke, connecting on 24 3-pointers. She connected on a season-high 18 points in the first game of the season, a 64-23 win over Lake Placid.

Astasia Myler (Minerva/Newcomb)- Myler, a junior, really came on strong late for the Mountaineers. She finished in double digits in her final nine games of the season.

Myler averaged a team-high 13.4 points per game and had a season-high 26 points in a 57-53 stunning victory over Class C runner-up Seton Catholic.


Gabrielle McNally (Minerva/Newcomb)- McNally, a senior, just finished outside of averaging double digits on the season with an average of 9.9 points per game.

McNally was a superb all-around player for McGinn’s squad, proving to be a force on both the offensive and defensive side of the basketball.

Naomi Peduzzi (Keene)- Peduzzi, a junior, was a great 1-2 punch with Geiger on the inside for the Beavers. Her height was difficult for many of the Division III teams to stop.

Peduzzi was strong on the glass and also averaged 12.5 points per game on the season. She had a season-high 23 points in a victory over Wells near the end of the year.

Julianna Finnerty (Schroon Lake)- Finnerty was a huge positive for the Wildcats this season. She finished the year with an 11.8 point-per-game average.

She was also one of the area’s top 3-point shooters, connecting on 31 during the season. She tallied a season-high 22 points in a loss to Keene midway through the season. She hit double figures in 10 games on the year.

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