Bales on IMC first team, Brooks, Weaver honored
After finishing third in the Intermountain Conference, the Crook County Cowgirl basketball team placed three players on the conference all-league team.
Crook County junior Emma Bales was named to the all-league first team, while fellow junior Grace Brooks and sophomore Katelynn Weaver both received honorable mention recognition.
Ridgeview's Paige Pentzer was named the league Payer of the Year, while Pendleton head coach Kevin Porter was named Coach of the Year.
Joining Bales on the first team were Pentzer, Muriel Hoisington of Pendleton, Jenna Albrecht of Ridgeview, Daisy Jenness of Pendleton and Chloe Taber, also of Pendleton.
Intermountain Conference Girls Basketball All-League Team
Player of the year – Paige Pentzer, Ridgeview.
Coach of the year – Kevin Porter, Pendleton.
First team – Paige Pentzer, senior, Ridgeview. Muriel Hoisington, junior, Pendleton. Jenna Albrecht, junior, Ridgeview. Daisy Jenness, junior, Pendleton. Emma Bales, junior, Crook County. Chloe Taber, junior, Pendleton.
Second team – Faye Davis, junior, Ridgeview. Brooklyn Homan, sophomore, Ridgeview. Carson Castrow, freshman, Redmond. Marina Castaneda, freshman, Hood River Valley. Jaden Samp, junior, Pendleton.
Honorable mention – Grace Brooks, junior, Crook County. Josie Wilson, senior, Pendleton. Lauren Harding, sophomore, Ridgeview. Katelynn Weaver, sophomore, Crook County. Jenna Gallacher, freshman, Redmond.
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