Girls basketball: Fischer, Otto named All-State

Girls basketball: Fischer, Otto named All-State

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Girls basketball: Fischer, Otto named All-State

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Manitowoc Lincoln junior guard Alyssa Fischer and Reedsville junior forward Shelby Otto each received honorable mention recognition when the Associated Press released its All-State girls basketball team.

Fischer averaged 18 points per game for the Ships, placing her second in the Fox River Classic Conference in that category. She scored in double figures in 21 of her team’s 22 games.

This year marks the second time Otto has been named honorable mention All-State by the AP. She averaged 11.7 points and 10.9 rebounds per game. For the second consecutive year, she was the only area player, boys or girls, to average a double-double. Otto helped lead that Panthers to a 20-3 record and a second straight Olympian Conference championship.

Arike Ogunbowale of Divine Savior Holy Angels was named Player of the Year. She averaged 22.7 points and 12.2 rebounds per contest.

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ALL-STATE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

First team

Arike Ogunbowale, 5-9, jr., G/F, Divine Savior Holy Angels*

Gabby Ortiz, 5-7, sr., G, Racine Prairie*

Jenny Lindner, 6-0, sr., G, Neillsville*

Jessica Lindstrom, 6-2, sr., F, Superior

Allie LeClaire, 5-9, sr., G, Green Bay Notre Dame

Second team

Frankie Wurtz , 5-8, jr., G, Kimberly

Carly Mohns, 6-1, sr., F, Brodhead

Kayla Goth, 6-1, jr., W, DeForest

Stephanie Kostowicz, 6-2, sr., F, Oak Creek

Allazia Blockton, 5-9, jr., F, Whitefish Bay Dominican

Third team

Kelly Smith, 6-1, sr., G, Arrowhead

Tamya Sims, 6-2, sr., F, Oak Creek

Maya Jonas, 6-2, sr., G, Whitefish Bay

Kelli Schrauth, 5-11, jr., F, Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs

McKenna Larsen, 5-7, sr., G, Oconto Falls

Fourth team

Mikayla Voigt, 5-9, jr., G, Kettle Moraine Lutheran

Chloe Wanink, 5-7, jr., G, Cameron

Jen Wellnitz, 5-8, sr., G, Black Hawk

Megan Gustafson, 6-3, jr., F, South Shore

Lydia Rhode, 5-10, sr., G, Brookfield Central

*unanimous selection

Honorable mention

Maddy Gits, sr., Oregon; Alison Hughes, jr., Janesville Craig; Alexa Kelsey, sr., Monona Grove; Taylor Nelson, sr., Monona Grove; Brooke Trewyn, sr., Whitewater; Monica Muth, jr., Cambridge; Emma Roenneburg, sr., Adams-Friendship; Rachel Slaney, jr., Barneveld; Taylor Stanek, jr., Dodgeville; Kelly Tramburg, soph., Fall River; Hannah Whitish, soph., Barneveld; Shae Brey, soph., Eau Claire Regis; Hailey Kontny, sr., Superior; Mallie Doucette, sr., Colfax; Morganne Gruber, jr., Durand; Alyssa Fischer, jr., Manitowoc Lincoln; Shelby Otto, jr., Reedsville; Courtney Meyer, sr., Onalaska; Chelsea Ritter, jr., La Crosse Aquinas; Annalese Lamke, jr., Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau; Gabby Green, jr, Milwaukee Pius XI; Bre Cera, soph., Mukwonago; Ellie Harmeyer, jr., Somers Shoreland Lutheran; Kari Clements, sr., Wilmot; Shakeela Fowler, jr., Milwaukee King; Abby Gerrits, soph., Pewaukee; Amani Wilborn, jr., Milwaukee Riverside; Katie Salmon, sr., Wauwatosa East; Jessica Kelliher, jr., Waukesha North; Ramiyah Bennett, sr., Heritage Christian; Kennedy Blahnik, sr., Algoma; Laken James, sr., Oconto; Abby Radue, sr., Fox Valley Lutheran; Kauri Jensen, sr., Neenah; Mackenzie Greisch, sr., Appleton North; Maddy Reed, sr., Oshkosh Lourdes Academy; Brooklyn Schamens, sr., Oshkosh North; Maranda Huibregtse, sr., Oostburg; CJ Usadel, sr., Sheboygan North; Melanie Schneider, jr., Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs.

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