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All Standard Democrat Girls First Team

Sunday, March 26, 2006

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Allison Blurton
Allison Blurton

5-8 - Sr. - Sikeston

Quick and athletic, Blurton possessed 3-point shooting range or could take it to the hole for Sikeston's 18-7 squad. She averaged 17.3 ppg, 4 rpg and 3 spg and was a floor leader for the team.

Kaci Menz

5-8 - Jr. - Delta

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Brittney Peet
With superior ball-handling skills and good quickness, Menz ran the point for Delta's Class 1 third place team. She averaged 14.2 ppg, dished out 100 assists and grabbed 4.0 rpg.

Taylor Nelson

5-9 - Sr. - Dexter

Nelson branched out and became a well-rounded player this season, capable of scoring inside or popping from downtown. She averaged 17.5 ppg and 8 rpg for Dexter's 20-6 team.

Brittney Peet

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Shea Smith
5-5- Jr. - Scott Central

Peet's quickness and court savvy was unmatched on most nights as she led the Bravettes to the Class 1 sectionals, putting up impressive numbers with averages of 22 ppg, 10 rpg, 6 spg, 4 apg.

Shea Smith

5-7 - Jr. - Delta

Delta was well-balanced, but when the team needed a basket, Smith's number was usually called, averaging 16.3 ppg while shooting 80 percent from the free throw line for Delta's third place team.

Ht.ClassComments
Martika Davis, Sikeston5-9Soph.The Sikeston sophomore averaged 10.7 ppg, 8 rpg, 3 spg
Debra Hall, Kelly5-10Fr.Hall led the Lady Hawks with 15 ppg, 9 rpg
Erica Michaelson, Oran5-9Jr.The Oran sharpshooter averaged 14 ppg, 8 rpg
Hannah Rone, Portageville5-7Jr.The do-it-all Rone averaged 15 ppg, 7 rpg, 5 spg
Bailey Stanley, Dexter5-11Jr.Her emergence in paint led Dexter to district finals

Ht.ClassComments
Haylee Finch, Dexter5-8Jr.Finch played major role for Lady 'Cats after return from injury
Tiffany Glastetter, Oran5-9Jr.The Oran junior averaged 14 ppg, 9 rpg
Whitney McCray, Sikeston5-9Sr.The strong McCray was Sikeston's top rebounder this season
Kellye Penn, Portageville5-8Soph.A force inside, Penn averaged 13 ppg, 9 rpg
Heavenly Wren, NMCC5-9Jr.The junior was the Lady Eagles' top player this season