Delaware All-County girls basketball teams


Pifher named All-County POY

Olentangy Liberty freshman Teegan Pifher drives past a Hilliard Bradley defender during the first half of a non-league contest earlier this season in Powell. Pifher, just a freshman, is the Delaware All-County girls basketball Player of the Year. She led the county in scoring, pouring in 12.6 points per game while adding 6.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.3 steals per game. Her rebounding numbers were fourth-best in the county. The Patriots finished 16-8 overall and 8-2 in league play on their way to a third consecutive OCC championship. Big Walnut’s Steve Palmer nabbed Coach of the Year honors for leading the Golden Eagles to a 15-9 mark just a season after they finished 8-15. BW also won a tournament game, its first since the 2012-13 season. See page 10 for the complete rundown of the teams.


FIRST TEAM

Teegan Pifher (Fr.) – Olentangy Liberty

Breanna Yashko (Sr.) – Olentangy Liberty

Kelly Kreager (Sr.) – Big Walnut

Lyssi Snouffer (Fr.) – Delaware Christian

Schae Lilley (Sr.) – Olentangy Orange

SECOND TEAM

Katie Harrop (Sr.) – Olentangy Liberty

Allison Raiff (Sr.) – Olentangy

Olivia Margolies (So.) – Olentangy

Logan Hatcher (Sr.) – Buckeye Valley

Erin Boehm (So.) – Big Walnut

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Teegan Pifher (Fr.) – Olentangy Liberty

COACH OF THE YEAR

Steve Palmer – Big Walnut

HONORABLE MENTION

BIG WALNUT – Katie Cochran (Jr.) and Katie Neff (Sr.); BUCKEYE VALLEY – Morgan Scowden (Jr.), Alaina Radcliffe (Jr.) and Tess Hughes (Jr.); DELAWARE HAYES – Madison Eldridge (Jr.), Abby Weller (Fr.), Keiona Houser (Sr.) and Katie Blair (Sr.); DELAWARE CHRISTIAN – Brianna Blackburn (Sr.), Madie Morgan (Sr.) and Abbey Evans (Sr.); OLENTANGY – Lauren Biehl (Jr.) and Molly Delaney (Jr.); OLENTANGY LIBERTY – Emma Humaney (Jr.) and Kennedy Kashmiry (Jr.); OLENTANGY ORANGE – McKenna Ford (Jr.), Aurelia Johnson (So.) and Hannah Sargent (Sr.).

Olentangy Liberty freshman Teegan Pifher drives past a Hilliard Bradley defender during the first half of a non-league contest earlier this season in Powell. Pifher, just a freshman, is the Delaware All-County girls basketball Player of the Year. She led the county in scoring, pouring in 12.6 points per game while adding 6.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.3 steals per game. Her rebounding numbers were fourth-best in the county. The Patriots finished 16-8 overall and 8-2 in league play on their way to a third consecutive OCC championship. Big Walnut’s Steve Palmer nabbed Coach of the Year honors for leading the Golden Eagles to a 15-9 mark just a season after they finished 8-15. BW also won a tournament game, its first since the 2012-13 season. See page 10 for the complete rundown of the teams.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_allcounty1.jpgOlentangy Liberty freshman Teegan Pifher drives past a Hilliard Bradley defender during the first half of a non-league contest earlier this season in Powell. Pifher, just a freshman, is the Delaware All-County girls basketball Player of the Year. She led the county in scoring, pouring in 12.6 points per game while adding 6.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.3 steals per game. Her rebounding numbers were fourth-best in the county. The Patriots finished 16-8 overall and 8-2 in league play on their way to a third consecutive OCC championship. Big Walnut’s Steve Palmer nabbed Coach of the Year honors for leading the Golden Eagles to a 15-9 mark just a season after they finished 8-15. BW also won a tournament game, its first since the 2012-13 season. See page 10 for the complete rundown of the teams.
Pifher named All-County POY
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