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April 3, 2013

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

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Anderson supplied a strong inside presence next to Ryan and made it hard for opponents to double team her, while providing strong defense and rebounding on the inside.

SECOND TEAM

Kayla Napper (Saranac)- Napper, a sophomore, helped guide the 2011-12 Chiefs to the Class B final four.

This season, she was looked at as a leader and finished second on the team averaging eight points per game.

Napper hit her season-high 19 points against Plattsburgh in an early-season loss.

She helped guide a young team to a 13-6 record and brought along up-and-coming newcomers, Kaitlyn Bowman and Summer Gillespie.

Meghan Mazzella (Peru)- Mazzella, a sophomore, really came into her own in her second varsity season.

The younger Mazzella finished just behind her sister in scoring at 10.6 points per game, while connecting on 10 3-pointers.

She was also a strong defensive player at the perimeter for Peru, and finished with a season-high 19 points in a victory over Saranac Lake.

Madison Stahl (Moriah)- Stahl, a sophomore, was tops on the Vikings with an 11.7 point-per-game average.

She helped lead Moriah to an 11-10 record and a trip to the Section VII Class D championship game.

Stahl had 14 games this season where she finished in double figures, including a season-high 26 points in a loss to Plattsburgh.

Olivia Carlsson (Plattsburgh)- Carlsson, a senior, was second on the Hornets in scoring with 9.5 points per game.

She was a perfect compliment to Curle’s drive-and-dish play, while connecting on 28 3-pointers on the season.

Carlsson hit for a season-high 20 points and four 3-pointers in a victory over Northern Adirondack.

Skyler Hebert (Northeastern Clinton)- Hebert, a senior, was the leading scorer on the Cougars with an average of 8.7 points per game.

She helped Northeastern Clinton to a 7-12 record, while hitting double figures in eight games on the season.

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