Two Cowgirls earn Tri-Valley honorable mention recognition
A pair of Crook County Cowgirls recently received Tri-Valley Conference all-league recognition.
Crook County senior post players Odessa Tramel-Green and Emma Ackley both earned honorable mention status.
The 5-8 Tramel-Green averaged six points and 10.7 rebounds a game during the league season, while Ackley, who is also 5-8, averaged 6.9 points and nine rebounds per game.
Lynden Harry of the league champion Madras White Buffalos was named Player-of-the-Year, while Madras head coach Zach Lilebo was selected as Coach-of-the-Year.
Joining Harry on the all-league first team were Grace Campbell of Gladstone, Alicia Schultz and Sierra Cox of Molalla, and Kaliyah Iverson of Madras.
Madras was undefeated in league play, with a 10-0 record, while Gladstone and Molalla tied for second with identical 6-3 marks. Rounding out the league standings were Estacada, 3-6, Corbett, 2-7, and Crook County, 1-9.
Tri-Valley Conference all-league basketball team
Player-of-the-year: Lynden Harry, Madras.
Coach-of-the-year: Zach Lilebo, Madras.
First team: Lynden Harry, Madras. Grace Campbell, Gladstone. Alicia Schultz, Molalla. Kaliyah Iverson, Madras. Sierra Cox, Molalla.
Second team: Abby Fritz, Corbett. Aaliyah Asad, Gladstone. Jiana Smith-Francis, Madras. Jayden Davis, Madras. Mattie Myers, Molalla.
Honorable mention: Savana Wolfe, Corbett. Odessa Tramel-Green, Crook County. Emma Ackley, Crook County. Kareley Nakashamata, Estacada. Izzy Hagel, Estacada. Jenna Peterson, Estacada. Allyson Pope, Gladstone. Dessie Alvarado, Gladstone. Vanessa Culps, Madras. Maddie Lisac, Molalla. Zoe Wood, Molalla.