April 15, 2014

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


Elaina Smith (Keene)- Smith, a freshman, was the fourth player on the Beavers to finish the year averaging double figures. She had a season average of 10.3 points per game.

Smith is also the second freshman from Keene on the list, joining Whitney, giving the Beavers a strong nucleus for years to come. She had a season-high 18 points twice on the year, both in wins over Crown Point — the second coming in the Section VII Class D playoffs.

Ranya Hamdan (Indian Lake/Long Lake)- Hamdan, a senior, was a solid contributor in all aspects for the Orange this season.

She helped lead the team to an 11-5 record and had a season-high 12 points in a win over Lake Placid toward the end of the year.


Northern Basketball League

Div. III All-Stars


Shannon Farrell (Indian Lake/Long Lake), Hanna Whitney (Keene), Tucker Geiger (Keene), Makenzie Winslow (Minerva/Newcomb), Astasia Myler (Minerva/Newcomb).


Gabrielle McNally (Minerva/Newcomb), Naomi Peduzzi (Keene), Julianna Finnerty (Schroon Lake), Elaina Smith (Keene), Ranya Hamdan (Indian Lake/Long Lake).

Honorable Mentions

Brittany Foote (Crown Point), Lily Dechene (Indian Lake/Long Lake), Makayla Denno (Johnsburg), Taylor Geiger (Keene), Maddy Miller (Minerva/Newcomb), Molly Wisser (Schroon Lake), Kaeli Brenan (Wells).

Most Valuable Player: Amanda Wolf (Crown Point).

Coach of the Year: Bruce McGinn (Minerva/Newcomb).

Ray Holmes Sportsmanship Award: Schroon Lake.

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