Jill Morrison picked up another accolade Tuesday. The Winchester senior basketball player was named to The Associated Press All-State second team.
The Ball State signee has already been named an Indiana All-Star, an IBCA/Subway Senior All-State first-team honoree and the Tri-Eastern Conference Player of the Year. She was also selected to participate in the IBCA Top 60 Senior Workout.
Morrison finished her career at Winchester as the all-time leading scorer in Randolph County for both genders. She was the only East Central Indiana girls player to be honored by the AP.
Two other Ball State signees were also honored by the AP, with Shelby Merder (Jasper,) earning a high honorable mention and Haley Richardson (West Noble) picking up an honorable mention.
On the boys side, New Castle and Jay County each had two honorable mentions.
The Trojans’ Steven Bennett and Korey Ryan picked up the honor, while Kegan Comer and Brock McFarland from Jay County were each named honorable mentions. Burris’ Mack Rathbun also earned an honorable mention, the only player from Delaware County to earn a nod.
Ball State signees Franko House (Concord) and Zavier Turner (Indianapolis Pike) each earned high honorable mention.
Zak Irvin (Hamilton Southeastern), Trevon Blueitt (Park Tudor), Trey Lyles (Indianapolis Tech), Michael Volovic (Carmel), and Demetrius Jackson (Mishawaka Marian) were named to the boys All-State first team. Whitney Jennings (Logansport), Stephanie Mavunga (Brownsburg), Maura Muensterman (Evansville Mater Dei), Bridget Perry (Indianapolis Roncalli), and Taya Reimer (Hamilton Southeastern) were named to the girls first team.