April 3, 2013

Plattsburgh's Curle, AuSable Valley's Long lead CVAC girls' All-Stars


Long currently holds 154-60 record in his career, and has helped lead AuSable Valley to its sixth consecutive Division II title.


Shannon Ryan (Beekmantown)- Ryan, a sophomore, led the Eagles with a scoring average of 23.2 points per game, which was tops in the CVAC.

She helped Beekmantown to a 17-4 record and a Section VII Class B championship with an overtime victory over Plattsburgh.

Ryan was tops on her team in rebounding and blocks, and combined with fellow first-team all-star Emily Anderson for a strong inside presence.

Meghan Strong (AuSable Valley)- Strong, a sophomore, was the floor leader for the Patriots and led the team in scoring with 14.1 points per game.

She connected on 46 3-pointers on the season, which was second best in the CVAC.

Strong helped the Patriots to a 19-3 record and a trip to the final four in Class C.

Mary Mazzella (Peru)- Mazzella, a senior, led the Indians in scoring at 10.7 points per game on the season. Her 22 3-pointers were second on the team.

She was a strong defensive presence on the perimeter for Peru and helped the Indians to a 12-8 record on the season, falling to Plattsburgh in the Class B semifinals.

Mazzella finished the season with double figures in point in 14 games.

Taylor Saltus (AuSable Valley)- Saltus, a junior, was second on the team in scoring with 11.1 points per game on the season.

She was a strong defensive presence for the Patriots, as she helped them capture the Section VII Class C championship and a trip to the final four.

Her season-high 28 points on the season helped AuSable Valley over Northern Adirondack.

Emily Anderson (Beekmantown)- Anderson, a junior, finished the season with an average of 6.9 points per game.

Injuries forced her to miss six games on the season, including two of the Eagles’ four losses.

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