CLINTONVILLE-In a year where three players scored their 1,000th career point in the CVAC, the first to do so was recognized as the MVP of the league.
AuSable Valley senior forward Alexis Coolidge was named as the MVP of the conference, while teammate Alexis Facteau was named to the second team.
"She has really stepped up as a leader for us this season," Patriots coach Roger Long earlier this season. "She has been a five-year varsity player and a great scorer."
The CVAC first team featured the other two 1,000-point scorers in Northeastern Clinton guard Katrina Garrand and Lake Placid guard Megan Riley. They were joined by Saranac's Stephanie Linder and Northeastern Clinton's Chelsey Brooks.
Saranac's Megan Bowman was named to the second team, along with Beekmantown's eighth-grade center Shannon Ryan, Plattsburgh's Marle Curle and Emily Manchester, and Facteau.
Peru's Kelly Kezar, Saranac's Alisha Ducatte, Northeastern Clinton's Rachelle Barcomb and Moriah's Haley Waldron were named to the third team.
Plattsburgh's Sue Wilson was named the CVACcoach of the year, while the Ray Holmes Sportsmanship Award went to Seton Catholic.