Sun-Times Girls All-State teams

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2013 SUN-TIMES GIRLS ALL-STATE TEAM

CLASS 4A

FIRST TEAM

Name Ht Class Pos. School

Linnae Harper 5-8 Sr. G Young

Emmonnie Henderson 6-2 Sr. F Edwardsville

Jackie Kemph 5-6 Jr. G R. Meadows

JeTaun Rouse 5-9 Sr. G Marist

Megan Waldron 5-11 Jr. G WW South

SECOND TEAM

Bria Gaines 6-2 Sr. C Bloom

Jacqui Grant 6-3 Sr. C Maine South

Ashton Millender 5-10 Jr. G Marian Cath.

Jade Owens 5-8 Jr. G Fenwick

Christen Prasse 5-10 Sr. G Benet

CLASS 3A

FIRST TEAM

Name Ht Class Pos. School

Jordan Frericks 6-1 Sr. F Quincy N.D.

Kassidy Gengenbacher 5-10 Sr. G Quincy N.D.

Dana Gettis 5-9 Sr. G Hillcrest

Sarah Livingston 6-2 Sr. F Morton, Ill.

Jasmine Lumpkin 6-0 Jr. F Joliet Cath.

SECOND TEAM

Martha Burse 5-10 Jr. G Kankakee

Justice Collins, 5-8 Sr. G Springfield S.E.

Khadaizha Sanders 5-5 So. G McNamara

Nicole Ekhomu 5-5 Fr. G Joliet Cath.

Kaitlynn Martinez 5-6 Sr. G Centennial

CLASS 2A

Name Ht Class Pos. School

Tyra Buss 5-7 Jr. G Mt. Carmel, Ill.

Rebekah Ehresman 5-8 Jr. G El Paso-Gridley

Shaye Harre 5-10 Sr. F Nashville

Randa Harshbarger 5-5 Jr. G St. Thomas More

Paige Rakers 5-11 Sr. G Carlyle

CLASS 1A

Name Ht Class Pos. School

Sophie Brunner 6-1 Sr. F Aquin

Micah Jones 6-1 Sr. C Cowden-Herrick

Taylor McClintock 5-11 Sr. G Illini Bluffs

Celina VanHyfte 6-0 Jr. F Annawan

Allison Webb 6-0 Sr. C Goreville

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