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MVP Christina Sherman leads three Lady Eagles on D-II All Stars

WILLSBORO -The senior leaders of the best three girls basketball teams in the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference were each honored by being named the MVP in their respective divisions.

In Division I, Jocelyn Bowen helped lead the Schroon Lake Lady Wildcats to the MVAC championship game and the Section VII semifinals, earning MVP honors. She was joined on the all-star squad by Wildcat teammate Rebecca Armstrong, along with Willsboro's Hannah Bruno, Elizabethtown-Lewis' Shonna Brooks and Lily Whalen and Chazy's Olivia Seymour. The Lady Lions were the recipient of the sportsmanship award.

In Division II, Christina Sherman was one of the key players in leading the Westport Lady Eagles to their third straight Section VII/Class D final, earning the top honor in the division. Willa McKinley and Allison Sherman were also named to the Division II all-star team for the Eagles, who also earned the sportsmanship award.

Also on the Division II all star squad were Keene's Anna Kowanko and Crown Point's Marissa Titus and Amanda Wolf.

In Division III, the leader of the Section VII/Class D champions and regional finalist Indian Lake/Long Lake Orange, Carli Reynolds, earned the top honor, and was joined on the all-star team by fellow Orange Murphy Farrell and Allison Pine.

Minerva\Newcomb also landed a trio of players on the all star team, including Rebecca Bolan, Renna Yandon and Sabrielle McNally. Johnsburg's Mikayla Glode was also named to the all star team.

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