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Aurelia's Kai Second Team All-NWC

Monday, March 10, 2008

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Aurelia's Leah Kai dribbles the ball to safety in recent girls basketball action. Kai's teammate in the background is Audrey Winterhof. Photo by Paul Struck
State champion runner-up Newell-Fonda topped the Northwest Conference All-Conference teams released this week, as the Mustangs placed three players - all underclassmen - on the First Team.

Newell-Fonda also placed two sophomores on the Second Team and one junior on the Honorable Mention list, so it apperas they will be tough to handle next season as well.

Aurelia's representatives on the honor squads were senior Leah Kai, who was named to the Second Team, and freshman Meghan Glawe, who received Honorable Mention.

First Team

Lauren Devereaux, NF, junior

Rachel Culp, NF, junior

Susan Kies, NF, sophomore

Kacie Woodley, Laurens-Marathon, senior

Jordan Sundblad, L-M, junior

Brooke Scharn, Sioux Central, sophomore

Jordan Henningsen, Alta, freshman

Second Team

Becky Sievert, NF, sophomore

Katelyn Laursen, NF, sophomore

Amanda Zylstra, L-M, sophomore

Grace Rehnstrom, Sioux Central, freshman

Jessy Bibler, Alta, junior

Chelsea Clayton, Schaller-Crestland, sophomore

Leah Kai, Aurelia, senior

Honorable Mention

Karina Overgaard, 11, NF; Holly Hofmaster, 10, L-M; Brianna Ehlers, 11, Sioux Central; Sam Hamer, 12, Alta; Roxanne Grundmeier, 9, Schaler-Crestland; Megha Glawe, 9, Aurelia; Sam Lyon, 10, Pomeroy-Palmer; Rylie Patterson, 12, SL St. Mary's

FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS

1. Newell-Fonda 13-1 2. Laurens-Marathon 11-3

3. Sioux Central 10-4 4. Alta 8-6

Schaller-Crestland

6. Aurelia 3-11 Pomeroy-Palmer

8. SL St. Mary's 0-14



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