April 3, 2013

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


Hebert’s season-high 18 points came in a victory over Saranac Lake.


Rachael Venne (Northern Adirondack)- Venne, a sophomore, helped bring back the Bobcats this season with an 11.6 point-per-game average.

She helped lead Northern Adirondack to a 7-11 record and a trip to the Section VII Class C title game.

Venne finished with 13 games in double figures and a season-high 23 points in a loss to Saranac Lake.

Grace Kelly (Beekmantown)- Kelly, a sophomore, was second on the Eagles in scoring at 8.9 points per game, while also supplying 20 3-pointers on the season.

She helped Beekmantown to the Section VII Class B title with strong defensive play. During the season she matched up with a lot of talented point guards defensively. Her ball handling improved from her freshman season, as she was the main ball handler on the Eagles this year.

Paige Spittler (Seton Catholic)- Spittler, a junior, led the way offensively for the Knights with 11.7 points per game.

She finished with 25 makes from beyond the arc as well.

Spittler helped Seton Catholic to an 8-11 record on the season and had a season-high 21 points twice.

Nicole Viscardo (Saranac Lake)- Viscardo, a senior, led the Red Storm with an 8.2 point-per-game average on the season.

She helped Saranac Lake to a 5-13 record and connected on a season-high 15 points in a loss to Plattsburgh.

Viscardo added 18 3-pointers on the year.

Logan Snow (AuSable Valley)- Snow, a junior, was third on the team in scoring with a an 8.3 point-per-game average.

She was also strong from the outside, as she connected on 15 3-pointers on the season.

Snow went over 20 points twice on the season, in a two-point loss to Beekmantown and in the Class C regional title game, helping the Patriots into the final four.

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