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Coal Ridge, Roaring Fork, Grand Valley land 3A girls all-conference selections

Roaring Fork's Maya Lindgren dribbles around the Coal Ridge defense in District tournament action Feb. 25.
John Stroud/Post Independent

Western Slope League 3A girls all-league selections have now been released, and Coal Ridge, Grand Valley and Roaring Fork high schools were all well-represented.

Leading the way in the league coaches’ selections were, for Coal Ridge: junior Taylor Wiescamp (averaging 13.5 points, 56% shooting for 284 points on the season, and 8 rebounds per game) and freshman sensation Jackie Camunez (10.4 points per game and 40% shooting for 219 points);

For Grand Valley: seniors Jordyn Pittman (8.1 points, 8.4 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game), and Taygann Schoeppner (9.7 points, and 3.9 rebounds per game, and 54% shooting for 222 points on the season);

And, for Roaring Fork: senior Emily Broadhurst (4.1 assists, 6.9 points and 4.2 rebounds per game), and junior Maya Lindgren (12.8 points and 38% shooting for 295 points on the season).

Honorable mention went to, for Coal Ridge: senior Lyanna Nevarez; for Grand Valley: seniors Loghan Teter and Kristin Medina; and for Roaring Fork: seniors Isabella Hernandez and Caroline Wisroth.

League Player of the Year and Top Senior was Delta’s Sarah Geddes, and co-Coaches of the Year were Delta’s Kyle Crowder and Cedaredge’s Russell Coleman.

Release of the all-league picks came following CHSAA’s decision to cancel the state basketball tournaments this weekend for all classifications due to ongoing state health concerns around the coronavirus.

League champion (at 9-0) Delta had been in the Great 8 playing at the University of Denver’s Hamilton Gymnasium. The Panthers lost to Pagosa Springs 45-27 in the quarterfinals last Thursday before the decision was made to halt the tournament.

jstroud@postindependent.com


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