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Coach of the Year
Steve Signor, Milford (Milford)
The once-proud Spartans program had not posted a winning season in more than 20 years, but by his fourth season on the job Signor turned Milford into a contender, winning a school-record 20 wins and reaching the Division II semifinals.
G Aliza Simpson, Londonderry (Londonderry), 5-9, Sr. (Player of the Year)
Despite a nagging knee injury that cost Simpson (18.2 points, 8.4 assists, 6.6 rebounds, and 5.6 steals per game) a handful of games, the University of New Hampshire signee closed out her Lancers career with a 16-point effort in a narrow Division I championship game victory over Bedford.
G Jamie Sherburn, Bishop Guertin (Nashua), 5-7, Sr.
Fortunate to have both an offensive dynamo (18.1 points and 6.9 assists per game) and a defensive menace (7.1 rebounds, 5.1 steals per game) in one player, the Cardinals rode this Niagara University recruit to the Division I quarterfinals.
G Sandi Purcell, Alvirne (Hudson), 5-3, Sr.
In her final season before she heads to Keene State next fall, this speedy guard averaged 14.5 points per game for a Broncos team that was one win away from the Division I quarterfinals.
F Heather King, Lebanon (Lebanon), 5-11, Sr.
The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Division II Player of the Year, King averaged 17 points per game for a Lebanon team that reached the state quarterfinals.
C McKenzie Brown, Bedford (Bedford), 6-1, Sr.
A vital member of the Bulldogs team that came up one point shy of a perfect season, Brown (who scored 13 points and notched 12 boards in the team’s Division I state title game loss to Londonderry) averaged 9.2 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.9, assists, and 1.5 steals per game.
G Amanda Torres, Trinity (Manchester), So. 5-4.
G Hannah Neild, Campbell (Litchfield), 5-11, Jr.
G J.J. Daniel, Hanover (Hanover), 5-8, Jr.
F Valerie Martin, (Pinkerton), 5-10, Jr.
F Casey Evans, Londonderry (Londonderry) 5-10, Jr.