Player of the Year
Mari KordellUrbana, Junior, Guard
The quarterback of the region champions, Kordell sacrificed her skills for the good of the Hawks, but still averaged 10 points and nearly five assists per game. Is being looked at by Ivy League programs.
Co-Coaches of the Year
Chris Krivos/Darryl Whiten
Urbana/Gov. Thomas Johnson
Krivos led his squad to yet another state semifinal, posting a stellar record of 20-5. Whiten took a team that went 2-20 in 2008-09 to this season's Class 4A North Region title game and finished 18-7 overall.
First teamKashay Barnes
Frederick, Sr., Guard
A repeat first-team All-Gazette selection, Barnes tossed in over 13 points per game for the Cadets, who enjoyed a winning campaign this winter.
Shernise DisneyWalkersville, Sr., Guard
Tough-as-nails performer racked up averages of 15.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.2 steals per game for the Class 2A North Region semifinalists.
Rebecca HembyGov. TJ, Sr., Forward
Was one of the major cogs in the Patriots lineup this season, posting hefty averages of 17 points and 12 rebounds per contest. Will play Division I soccer at High Point Univ.
Kristin JuengerUrbana, Jr., Forward
Helped anchor the Hawks' frontcourt by registering a double-double in points and rebounds with 13.2 and 10.1, respectively.
Jacky KesslerMiddletown, Sr., Guard
Also an All-State player on the soccer field, the decorated all-around athlete averaged 16.8 points and 2.3 assists per contest, leading the Knights' offensive effortsthroughout the season.
Cara MasonUrbana, Soph., Guard
An all around backcourt player who could deliver both offensively and defensively, Mason averaged 11.1 points, 3.7 steals and 3.2 assists per game for the Hawks.
Maya OllieGov. TJ, Jr., Guard
Collected impressive statistics this season with 16.8 points, 9.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game for the Patriots.
Rachel JohnsonFrederick, Jr., Guard
Was a stat-stuffer and key component for the Cadets according to head coach Keivette Hammond, tossing in 16.0 points per game to go with 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per contest.
Ruthie WheelerGov. TJ, Sr., Guard
Quick point guard was an outstanding distributor of the basketball this season with a whopping 8.4 assists per game. Also averaged 9.1 points and 4.0 steals per ballgame.
Second teamJen Ballenger
St. John's Catholic Prep, Sr., Guard
Ball-hawk averaged 5.0 spg, 4.0 apg, 7.5 ppg.
Samantha BulsLinganore, Jr., Forward
Averaged 11.1 points, 12.8 rebounds.
Walkersville, Sr., Forward
Battled for 7.7 rpg and 7.1 ppg.
Lexi KebetzLinganore, Jr., Guard
Averaged 10 points per game.
Mariel PierceSJCP, Soph., Guard
Another Vikes' defensive standout with 5 spg.
Cyndi ScurciSouth Carroll, Sr., Forward
All-Carroll County pick averaged nearly 10 ppg.
Rachel SmithGlenelg, Sr., Forward
Second team All-Howard County with 10 ppg.
Claire TuckerMSD, Jr., Guard
Led the Orioles in scoring with 17.2 per game.
Lauren TolsonFrederick, Soph., Guard
Registered 11.0 ppg and 6.0 rpg.
Tara WoelfelCatoctin, Soph., Guard
Paced the Cougars offensively with 14.5 ppg.
Jalita Boffman Tuscarora
Peyton Carper, Urbana
Melissa Heim, South Carroll
Nikki Heim, South Carroll
Veronica Krivos, Urbana
Tandy Lewis, MSDAileen Maknati, New Life
Hannah Metheny, Catoctin
Antoinette Mitchell, Gov. Thomas Johnson
Rebecca Reifsnider, Frederick Warriors
Angela Scardepane, Linganore
Kirsten Webster, Mount Airy Christian