Davis Player of the Year in Tri-Valley girls basketball
The accolades keep coming in for the Madras White Buffalos. After winning the Tri-Valley Conference girls basketball title with a 9-1 league record and a 12-3 overall mark, the White Buffalos have placed six girls onto the all-league team.Leading the way for the White Buffalos was Jayden Davis, who was named league Player of the Year. She was joined on the first team by Kathryce Danzuka, while DaRia White was a second team selection and Sasha Esquiro, Jaihline Ramirez and Taya Holliday all received honorable mention recognition.Madras head coach Jerin Say was also named league Coach of the Year."We had a lot of accomplishments and were recognized well for it," Say said. "These girls worked and trained for almost a year through covid and they earned everything they were recognized for. Their hard work made our season fun and memorable."
Tri-Valley Conference Girls Basketball All-League TeamPlayer of the year – Jayden Davis, Madras.Coach of the year – Jerin Say, MadrasFirst team – Jayden Davis, Madras. Hanne Hopkins, Gladstone. Kathryce Danzuka, Madras. Ella Holwege, Corbett. Jade Rowley, Gladstone.Second team – Ally Schimel, Corbett. Megan Netter, North Marion. Hannah Nelzen, Molalla. DaRia White, Madras. Kaityn Curry, Molalla.Honorable mention – Grace Merrill, Corbett. Sydney Schimel, Corbett. Maddie Lanter, Corbett. Rylie Gipple, Estacada. Katilyn Hawkins, Estacada. Sam Jedrykowski, Gladstone. Rhyli Grim, Gladstone. Sasha Esquiro, Madras. Jaihline Ramirez, Madras. Taya Holliday, Madras. Anna Parker, Molalla. Ally Coulombe, North Marion. Jaydan Sahlin, North Marion.
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