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2013-14 All-News-Herald Team PHOTO GALLERY

  • Laekyn Jaciuk - Anderson
  • Savannah Floyd - Huron
  • Daija Anderson (left) - Kennedy
  • Aevah Hebda - Trenton
  • Hailey Lazarek - Allen Park
  • Kate Tobin (right) - Grosse Ile
  • Judah Frazier (left) - Truman
  • Casey Bowdell (left) - Allen Park and Nicole Ostrowitz - Roosevelt
  • Kaylie Crowell - Trenton
  • Maggie Herman - Carlson
  • Nicole Ostrowitz - Roosevelt
  • Sydney Green (left) - Roosevelt and Allison Manning - Woodhaven
  • Paige Llanes (right) - Lincoln Park
  • Huron - District champs
  • Anderson - District champs
  • Allen Park - District champs
Judah Frazier, Truman: Frazier was a two year player for Coach Chad Putnamís Cougars. The senior averaged 11 points per game this season and finished with 26 three-point field goals made. She had a game-high of 24 points this season.



Michala Burke, Riverview: A four-year varsity player, Burke led the Bucs in points and rebounds in her final outing with the team. The senior finished the year with 196 points, 135 rebounds and 14 blocked shots in 20 games this season. She was also named to the All Huron League second team.



Daija Anderson, Kennedy: The sophomore played in 16 games for the Eagles. She averaged 8.9 points and 10.4 rebounds per game, finishing the season with 143 points and 166 rebounds. Anderson also recorded 36 steals and 20 blocks.



Kate Tobin, Grosse Ile: Just a sophomore, Tobin was quite the force on the basketball court this season. She averaged 9.7 points in 22 games played, finishing the year with 214 points. She also recorded 116 rebounds, 87 assists and 38 steals for her Red Devils. Tobin was also named to the Huron League first team.



Hailey Lazarek, Allen Park: Helping to lead her team to its first district title in 18 years, Lazarek was often a pesky opponent for local teams on the basketball court. The senior star finished the year with 186 points and 59 steals. She was also named to the All Downriver League team and awarded the teamís 110% award.





Paige Llanes, Lincoln Park: In 15 games this season, Llanes led her team in scoring with 185 points, including 15 triples, averaging 12.3 points per game.

She also recorded 37 rebounds, 15 assists and 24 steals. Llanes was named to the All Downriver League team.



Kaylie Crowell, Trenton: Just a sophomore, the Trenton star was quite a force on the court this season. She led her team with 238 points that included 30 triples. Crowell also finished the year with 108 rebounds, 35 assists and 62 steals.



Savannah Floyd, Huron: In her senior season, Floyd helped led the Huron basketball team to a district championship. She finished the year with 230 points, 145 rebounds and 20 steals.





Nicole Ostrowitz, Roosevelt: The senior led her team in points this season with 127 points in 21 games played. She also recorded 89 rebounds, 28 assists and 34 steals for the Bears.



Sydney Greene, Roosevelt: The senior led her team in rebounds this season with 128 in 21 games played and averaged 6.1 per game. She also finished with 122 points and 31 steals.



Aevah Hebda, Trenton: The senior led the Trojans in rebounds and triples this season. She finished with 185 rebounds, averaging 8.8 per game and put up 35 triples. Hebda finished with 199 total points and also recorded 37 steals, 16 assists and 16 blocks.



Laekyn Jaciuk, Anderson: Jaciuk was a pain in many teamís sides this season, quickly putting her team right back in many games and forcing overtimes that resulted in wins. Just a junior, she finished the year with 215 points including 18 triples, 89 rebounds, 93 assists and 52 steals. Jaciuk has committed to play basketball at Grand Valley State University in college.



Allison Manning, Woodhaven: Manning had quite the year in her final outing with the Warriors. She was third on her team in points and finished with 240 points that included 40 triples. Manning also tallied a team-high 128 rebounds and added on 39 assists and 44 steals. The senior averaged double-figures in scoring in each of her last three seasons.



Maggie Herman, Carlson: Herman led her Marauders in scoring this season and was awarded the teamís Most Valuable Player. The junior averaged 10.1 points per game and also had 3.2 steals and 3.6 rebounds per game as a starter for Carlson.



Honorable Mention:

Flat Rock- Hollie Rhodes, Paige Nemeth; Truman- Ciara Bush, Caprice King; Lincoln Park- Jaime Reyna, Olivia McKinney; Woodhaven- Lyndsay Brennan; Anderson- Leah Malam; Riverview- Kirsten Chambers, Angela Zammit, Anastasia Smith; Kennedy- Teressa Savastano, Asia Page; Allen Park- Erin Fish, Aly Kubik, Olivia Keeley, Lisa Marsh, Audrey Newstead, Arielle Gamble; Melvindale- Alonna Haynes, Chelsie Thompson, Courtney Waltonbaugh; Carlson- Kerstyn Comerzan; Trenton- Shelby Kohler; Cabrini- Caitlyn LeFebrve; Inter-City- Alyssa Saenz



Last Updated: 4/25/2014 9:09:25 PM EST

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