There are many ways to describe Darrian Carmean's skill on the basketball court.

One opposing coach compared the Lincoln senior to Reggie Miller with the way she came off screens and buried 3-pointers. Another rival coach called her the top all-around guard in southern Indiana and, “one of those kids that you love to watch, but hate to coach against.”

But perhaps Alices coach Travis Connor elaborated on the 5-9 combo guard best.

“She's a gamer and a winner. That kid refuses to lose, and she'll do anything in her power to help the team,” Connor said.

What Carmean most visibly did to help her team was score. She improved her scoring average from 15.4 as a junior to an area-best 21.4 this season, and she scored in a variety of ways. Carmean had the most 3-point makes (69) and free throws (130) in the area, shooting 44 percent from the arc and also an area-best 86 percent from the free-throw stripe. She made at least 10 free throws five times, including a 14-of-16 effort against Boonville, and she set a school-record with nine 3-pointers against Evansville Bosse while adding three more games of six made 3-pointers.

With all the scoring, her assists dropped from a year ago, but she still dished an area-leading 3.9 per game. She added 3.1 rebounds and 1.5 steals.

Today Carmean is named the Sun-Commercial Player of the Year.

“She's been our catalyst the past three seasons. She's a point guard who looked to facilitate, but she could also score for us in bunches,” Connor said. “I've had very few players where I had confidence in them running the ship. I didn't call out much (offensively). I trusted her to run our offense and facilitate. She just had pure touch from the perimeter, and it's hard to describe the way she can get to the rim, break people down and finish at different angles.

“We had a conversation over the summer, and I told her she needed to look to score more. We had a two-headed monster down low last season, but with only one back (Maycee Lange), that's a little easier for teams to take away. (Scoring more) was also just a part of her natural progression too. She wanted to win, and a lot of times, for us to be successful she needed to score.”

Carmean was an integral part to Lincoln's success all four of her seasons. The Alices went 84-21 (.800 winning percentage) with three sectional titles and three Big Eight Conference championships. Lincoln was 20-3 in the conference, and she gave coaches and fans an early sign of things to come as a freshman when she hit a half-court shot at the buzzer to lift the Alices past Boonville.

Connor also praised Carmean for her leadership and ability to always challenge her teammates to be better. Her dedication is best exemplified in the fact that she never missed a practice in four years.

Carmean's the most recent in a line of strong Lincoln point guards, which includes 2016 graduate Jene'e Goodwin and 2018 grad Abi Haynes. Goodwin was a score-first guard while Haynes mainly looked to distribute. Though Carmean didn't play with Goodwin, Connor said both players had an impact in the development of Carmean, who ended up being a pretty potent combination of both players.

“There were a lot of times when Jene'e and Abi practiced together in guard drills, and I think Jene'e's work ethic rubbed off on Abi and probably helped her take her game to a new level,” Connor said. “Darrian had a good work ethic already, but she still absorbed some of that from Abi, and I think they both grew to new levels because they had to guard each other. Darrian also kind of picked up on Abi's court vision. Those were three great young ladies to coach.”

The Lincoln senior is joined on the Sun-Commercial all-area first team by teammate Maycee Lange, Rivet's Tia Tolbert, South Knox's Mykayla Couchenour, and Lawrenceville's Jayley Akers. All five eclipsed 1,000 career points, with Couchenour finishing as the Spartans' all-time leading scorer, and Akers second on the Indians' list.

Second-team all-area picks are South Knox's Hannah Ivers and Lexi Detweiler, Rivet's Caroline Herman, Lincoln's Dani Kroeger and North Knox's Graycie Poe.

Tolbert is making her third first-team appearance after a second-team selection as a freshman, and Carmean and Lange were first-team picks last year. Carmean, Lange, Couchenour and Akers were second-team selections in 2018, and Akers, Couchenour, Ivers and Poe were second-team picks last season.

It was the first season since 2012 that no girls teams in the area took home any postseason hardware, but it was still a successful campaign for nearly every squad. South Knox was best at 22-5, Lincoln went 19-5, Rivet 16-8, Lawrenceville 17-13, North Knox 11-12 and Red Hill 6-13.

First Team

DARRIAN CARMEAN

Sr. | G | Lincoln

Season accolades: IBCA Large School All-State, ICGSA first-team All-State, all-Big Eight Conference (top vote getter), HBM Top-60 workout, HBCA Regional All-Star, IBCA Player of the Week, MaxPreps District Player of the Week, led Big Eight in 3-pointers, assists, free throws and free throw %

Career accolades: 1,246 career points (4th in school history), 360 made free throws (school record)

Coach Travis Connor: “It has been a true pleasure coaching Darrian. She's a clutch player that plays the game with moxie. From the moment she hit that half-court shot at Boonville her freshman year, we knew we had a special player. Her impact on the team and program is extremely difficult to put into words or measure. She's the type of student-athlete who pushes all around her to be better. Darrian Carmean is quite simply a winner.”

JAYLEY AKERS

Sr. | G | Lawrenceville

Stats: 19.0 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.2 steals, 30% 3-pointers (58-196)

Season accolades: AP honorable mention All-State, First-team all-Little Illini Conference, all-tournament teams at McLeansboro Thanksgiving and Fairfield Holiday tourneys

Career accolades: 1,634 points (2nd in school history), 168 3-pointers (1st in school history), will play at Indiana University-Kokomo

Coach Tad Shick: “Jayley was the player on our team who we counted on to score, and who the other team had to try and stop. She was a 3-point threat, but also got stronger this year and could finish around the rim. She finished the season in double figures in 28 of the 30 games we played, and she finished with over 570 points this season. She will be missed next year.”

MYKAYLA COUCHENOUR

Sr. | G | South Knox

Stats: 12.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 3.0 steals

Season accolades: all-Blue Chip Conference, GCSN first-team all-sectional

Career accolades: 1,111 points (1st in school history), 318 assists (1st in school history), single-game school records for 3-pointers (seven) and assists (12)

Coach Hollie Eaves: “Mykayla is an all-around delight to coach. The last four years I have asked many things of her, and she never fell short. She buys in 100 percent into whatever she's doing.”

MAYCEE LANGE

Jr. | F | Lincoln

Stats: 15.7 points, 9.9 rebounds (4.4 offensive), 2.2 steals, 1.7 blocks, nine double-doubles, 44% 3-pointers, 76% free throws (75-99)

Season accolades: Indiana Junior All-Star, IBCA Large School Underclass All-State, ICGSA first-team All-State, all-Big Eight Conference, IBCA Player of the Week, eclipsed 1,000 career points

Connor: Maycee is one of those players who any coach truly feels blessed to have as a student athlete. She epitomizes a team-first competitor. She's one of the more coachable kids I've had. She brings a high motor to the gym day in and day out. She started every game, playing through some soreness, and she was always ready to go. She has great basketball instincts with a passion for the game, and she's an elite player who plays unselfishly. She can score in a variety of ways, and she has an uncanny ability to get to the offensive glass and finish.”

TIA TOLBERT

Sr. | G | Rivet

Stats: 14.7 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 steals, 17 total blocks, 36% 3-pointers

Season accolades: IBCA Small School All-State, all-Blue Chip Conference (4-time selection), HBM Top-60 workout, HBCA Regional All-Star, ICGSA honorable mention Academic All-State, GCSN first-team all-sectional

Career accolades: 1,269 points (6th in school history), will play at Indiana University-East

Coach Rick Marshall: “Tia is an outstanding player and an efficient player. She's an outstanding ball handler with extremely good court vision, plus she's an excellent passer. She has a tremendous mid-range game, and she's a lockdown defender. She's a physical player for her size, and she demands excellence from her teammates.”

Second Team

LEXI DETWEILER

Jr. | G | South Knox

Stats: 10.2 points, 5.0 rebounds

Season accolades: all-Blue Chip Conference, all-tournament at Toby Yoho Classic

Eaves: “Lexi is a tough-nosed kids. She was worked endless hours on improving her game. She was a huge key in advancing into the second round of the sectional with a 28-point game.”

CAROLINE HERMAN

Sr. |G |Rivet

Stats: 11.1 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 79% free throws, 36.4% 3-pointers (39-107)

Season accolades: ICGSA Academic All-State, all-Blue Chip Conference, HBCA Regional All-Star

Marshall: “Caroline is an awesome point guard. She was a team leader with great court awareness, and she became a better scorer this season. She can penetrate aggressively to the basket. She was like a second coach on the floor, and I could trust her to make the right offensive call. Her defense was much-improved this season. She was a passionate player.”

HANNAH IVERS

Sr. | F | South Knox

Stats: 12.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, 78% free throws

Season accolades: all-Blue Chip Conference

Eaves: “Hannah is an all-around competitor. She loves to win. She competed in every practice and game. Hannah was a huge part in our success this year, and the past three years.”

DANI KROEGER

So. | G | Lincoln

Stats: 10.0 points, 2.3 assists, 1.7 steals, 47% 3-pointers (45-95)

Season accolades: Best 3-point percentage in the Big Eight Conference

Connor: “Dani always took our most challenging defensive assignment, from point guard to post, and she's a tough-minded kid who started every game. Dani was extremely efficient with her shot selection, and she gives you whatever you need to win a basketball game. At times, Dani could be our best offensive rebounder on the floor, or our best shooter, or our best dribble-penetrator, or lockdown defender on the perimeter or in the paint. Her five 3s at Memorial were huge when we struggled scoring inside. Dani is a fierce competitor who brings physical toughness to the floor every night.”

GRAYCIE POE

So. | G | North Knox

Stats: 16.7 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.8 steals, 30% 3-pointers (23-77)

Season accolades: ICGSA 3rd-team All-State, all-Blue Chip Conference

Coach Steve Meurer: “She had a lot of weight on her shoulders. With Makinzi (Meurer) leaving, our scoring went down considerably, and (Poe) not only had to bring her offensive game, but she had to raise it defensively. Her defense improved more than anything, and she rebounded extremely well for a 5-5 guard. She was a great leader. We asked a lot out of a sophomore, and she filled the role really well. Her defense was a weakness last year, but it really came around, and I think she took pride in that.”

GIRLS

Scoring

Name, school |G |Pts. |Avg.

Darrian Carmean, Lincoln |21 |449 |21.4

Jayley Akers, Lawrenceville |30 |568 |18.9

Graycie Poe, North Knox |21 |351 |16.7

Maycee Lange, Lincoln |24 |376 |15.7

Tia Tolbert, Rivet |19 |281 |14.8

Hannah Ivers, South Knox |19 |245 |12.9

Mykayla Couchenour, South Knox |27 |346 |12.8

Caroline Herman, Rivet |24 |266 |11.1

Lexi Detweiler, South Knox |27 |295 |10.9

Macie Couchenour, South Knox |27 |279|10.3

Dani Kroger, Lincoln |24 |239 |10.0

Maci Scherer, Red Hill |19 |181 |9.5

Chaylee Shick, Lawrenceville |30 |281 |9.4

Cat Bowersock, Red Hill |19 |168 |8.8

Lauren Carie, Rivet |23 |193 |8.4

Chloe Cardinal, Lincoln |16 |134 |8.4

Maddi Halter, Rivet |24 |181 |7.5

Grace Yochum, North Knox |23 |162 |7.0

Macee Hamilton, Rivet |24 |155 |6.5

Katelyn Higginbotham, Lawrenceville |30 |189 |6.3

Abigail McKinley, North Knox |23 |142 |6.2

Emma Saucerman, North Knox |22 |128 |5.8

Hannah Murray, Red Hill |19 |109 |5.7

Sydni Williams, Lawrenceville |27 |154 |5.7

Gracie Kramer, Lincoln |21 |112 |5.3

Aubrey Bedwell, Lawrenceville |30 |152 |5.1

GAME HIGHS

SCORING

34 — Jayley Akers, Lawrencevillevs. Casey, Jan. 30

33 — Darrian Carmean, Lincoln vs. Pike Central, Feb. 4; at Evansville Bosse, Dec. 4

32 — Akers, Lawrenceville vs. North Central, Jan. 6

30 — Carmean, Lincoln at Southridge, Jan. 28; Maycee Lange, Lincoln at Lawrenceville, Dec. 19

29 — Carmean, Lincoln vs. Jasper, Dec. 12

28 — Lexi Detweiler, South Knox vs. Paoli, Feb. 4; Carmean, Lincoln at Lawrenceville, Dec. 19; vs. Boonville, Dec. 14

27 — Graycie Poe, North Knox vs. Eastern Greene, Jan. 11; at Bloomfield, Nov. 23

26 — Caroline Herman, Rivet at Shoals, Nov. 25

25 — Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Robinson, Jan. 13; vs. Eldorado, Dec. 26; vs. Cairo, Nov. 25; Dani Kroeger, Lincoln at Sullivan, Dec. 30; Tia Tolbert, Rivet at Washington Catholic, Nov. 27;

24 — Carmean, Lincoln vs. Mount Carmel, Jan. 30; at Bloomfield, Dec. 23; Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Oblong, Dec. 10; vs. Red Hill, Dec. 5; Lange, Lincoln vs. Calloway County, Dec. 7; Poe, North Knox vs. North Daviess, Nov. 7

23 — Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Olney, Jan. 21; vs. Flora, Jan. 18; vs. Wayne City, Nov. 26; Hannah Ivers, South Knox at Lincoln, Jan. 18; Carmean, Lincoln at Princeton, Jan. 8; Poe, North Knox vs. Union County, Dec. 28; Lange, Lincoln at Evansville Bosse, Dec. 4; Chaylee Shick, Lawrenceville vs. Gallatin County, Nov. 29;

22 — Carmean, Lincoln vs. South Knox. Jan. 18; Mykayla Couchenour, South Knox at Tecumseh, Dec. 16; vs. Washington, Nov. 13; Tolbert, Rivet vs. South Knox, Dec. 12; Maci Scherer, Red Hill at Oblong, Nov. 18; Ivers, South Knox at White River Valley, Nov. 5

21 — Lange, Lincoln vs. Mount Vernon, Jan. 11; Carmean, Lincoln vs. Mount Vernon, Jan. 11; vs. Henderson County, Dec. 7; Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Mount Carmel, Dec. 26; vs. Marshall, Dec. 12; Poe, North Knox at Pike Central, Dec. 21; at Washington, Nov. 9; Tolbert, Rivet at Bloomfield, Dec. 5; vs. North Posey, Nov. 23; vs. Evansville Harrison, Nov. 9; Ivers, South Knox at Northeast Dubois, Nov. 19

REBOUNDS

20 — Grace Yochum, North Knox vs. Boonville, Nov. 16

19 — Victoria Jackson, Lincoln vs. Henderson County, Dec. 7

15— Maycee Lange, Lincoln vs. Pike Central, Feb. 4; vs. Jasper, Dec. 12

14 — Yochum, North Knox at White River Valley, Dec. 9

13 — Lange, Lincoln at Lawrenceville, Dec. 19; at Evansville Memorial, Dec. 17

12 — Yochum, North Knox vs. Shoals, Jan. 16; Jackson, Lincoln at Princeton, Jan. 8; Keanna Thomas, North Knox vs. Victory College Prep, Dec. 28; Lange, Lincoln vs. Boonville, Dec. 14; Yochum, North Knox at Bloomfield, Nov. 23

11 — Lange, Lincoln vs. North Knox, Jan. 25; Jackson, Lincoln at Sullivan, Dec. 30; at Evansville Mater Dei, Nov. 16; vs. Evansville Reitz, Nov. 9.

10 — Lauren Carie, Rivet vs. Eastern Greene, Feb. 5; Grace Griesemer, Red Hill vs. Oblong, Feb. 3; Lange, Lincoln at Southridge, Jan. 28; vs. Mount Vernon, Jan. 11; at Evansville Bosse, Dec. 4; vs. Washington, Nov. 26; Abigail McKinley, North Knox vs. Shoals, Jan. 16; Maci Scherer, Red Hill vs. Robinson, Jan. 16; Jackson, Lincoln vs. Gibson Southern, Dec. 3

3-POINTERS

9 — Darrian Carmean, Lincoln at Evansville Bosse, Dec. 4

8 — Caroline Herman, Rivet at Shoals, Nov. 23

6 — Carmean, Lincoln vs. Pike Central, Feb. 4; at Southridge, Jan. 28; at Lawrenceville, Dec. 19; Jayley Akers, Lawrenceville vs. North Central, Jan. 6;

5 — Mykayla Couchenour, South Knox vs. Mitchell, Feb. 7; Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Casey, Jan. 30; Carmean, Lincoln vs. Mount Carmel, Jan. 30; vs. Mount Vernon, Jan. 11; vs. Jasper, Dec. 12; Dani Kroeger, Lincoln at Sullivan, Dec. 30; at Evansville Memorial, Dec. 17; Maci Scherer, Red Hill at Oblong, Nov. 18.

4 — Chaylee Shick, Lawrenceville vs. Newton, Feb. 10; at Oblong, Feb. 4; vs. Gallatin County, Nov. 29; Hannah Ivers, South Knox vs. Paoli, Feb. 4; Carmean, Lincoln vs. South Knox, Jan. 18; at Bloomfield, Dec. 23; Kroeger, Lincoln at Princeton, Jan. 8; at Evansville Mater Dei, Nov. 16; Jordyn Derouin, South Knox vs. Barr-Reeve, Dec. 27; Herman, Rivet at Bloomfield, Dec. 5; at Washington Catholic, Nov. 27; Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Wayne City, Nov. 26;

FREE THROWS

14 — Darrian Carmean, Lincoln vs. Boonville, Dec. 14

13 — Carmean, Lincoln at Sullivan, Dec. 30; vs. Gibson Southern, Dec. 3

11 — Graycie Poe, North Knox vs. Shoals, Jan. 16; vs. Eastern Greene, Jan. 11; Carmean, Lincoln vs. Henderson County, Dec. 7

10 — Carmean, Lincoln vs. Washington, Nov. 26

9 — Katelyn Higginbotham, Lawrenceville vs. Eldorado, Dec. 26; Jayley Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Marshall, Dec. 12; Chaylee Shick, Lawrenceville at Mount Carmel, Nov. 18; Hannah Murray, Red Hill at Oblong, Nov. 18.

8 — Akers, Lawrenceville vs. Newton, Feb. 10; vs. Fairfield, Jan. 11; Grace Yochum, North Knox at Pike Central, Dec. 21; Carmean, Lincoln at Lawrenceville, Dec. 19; Poe, North Knox vs. Wood Memorial, Dec. 19; at Bloomfield, Nov. 23

7 — Carmean, Lincoln vs. Pike Central, Feb. 4; at Princeton, Jan. 8; Abigail McKinley, North Knox vs. Shoals, Jan. 16; Maycee Lange, Lincoln vs. Mount Vernon, Jan. 11; Poe, North Knox vs. Southridge, Jan. 9; at Pike Central, Dec. 21; vs. Linton, Nov. 14; Tia Tolbert, Rivet vs. Terre Haute South, Dec. 27; at Bloomfield, Dec. 5; vs. North Posey, Nov. 23; Aubrey Bedwell, Lawrenceville vs. Mount Carmel, Dec. 26; Mykayla Couchenour, South Knox at Tecumseh, Dec. 16; vs. Eastern Greene, Nov. 9

RECORDS

|W-L |Pct. |Off. |Def. |Diff.

South Knox |22-5 |.815 |54.0 |40.2 |13.8

Lincoln |19-5 |.792 |60.5 |46.4 |14.1

Rivet |16-8 |.667 |53.8 |36.8 |17.0

Lawrenceville |17-13 |.567 |51.1 |43.1 |8.0

North Knox |11-12 |.478 |45.0 |46.5 |-1.5

Red Hill |6-13|.316 |34.9 |49.5 |-14.6

TEAM HIGHS

Points — 94, Rivet vs. Evansville Harrison, Nov. 9

Fewest points allowed — 10, Lawrenceville vs. Casey, Jan. 30

Highest scoring game — 166, Lawrenceville (79) vs. North Central (87), Jan. 6

Lowest scoring game — 60, Red Hill (38) at Palestine-Hutsonville (22), Dec. 2

Most lopsided win — 67, North Knox (87) vs. Victory College Prep (20), Dec. 28; Rivet (94) vs. Evansville Harrison (27), Nov. 9

Points (quarter) — 34, Lawrenceville (fourth) vs. North Central, Jan. 6; Lincoln (first) at Evansville Bosse, Dec. 4.

Most free throws made — 27, Lincoln vs. Boonville, Dec. 14

Best free throw pct. (minimum 10 attempts) — 94, Lincoln (16-17) vs. Washington, Nov. 26

* Player of the Year

2019-20

Darrian Carmean, Lincoln*

Jayley Akers, Lawrenceville

Mykayla Couchenour, South Knox

Maycee Lange, Lincoln

Tia Tolbert, Rivet

2018-19

Grace Waggoner, Rivet *

Darrian Carmean, Lincoln

Maycee Lange, Lincoln

Makinzi Meurer, North Knox

Tia Tolbert, Rivet

2017-18

Grace Waggoner, Rivet*

Reeva Hammelman, North Knox

Alison Hein, Lincoln

Makinzi Meurer, North Knox

Tia Tolbert, Rivet

2016-17

Abi Haynes, Lincoln*

Reeva Hammelman, North Knox

Alison Hein, Lincoln

Makinzi Meurer, North Knox

Grace Waggoner, Rivet

2015-16

Kelsey Ivers, Rivet*

Katie Donovan, Rivet

Jene'e Goodwin, Lincoln

Lexi Vieck, North Knox

Jamesha Western, Red Hill

2014-15

Jene'e Goodwin, Lincoln*

Courtney Copp, South Knox

Katie Donovan, Rivet

Kelsey Ivers, Rivet

Lexi Vieck, North Knox

2013-14

Maria Gugliotta, North Knox*

Lauren Charlton, North Knox

Bailey Dreiman, Rivet

Lauren Herman, Rivet

Jene'e Goodwin, Lincoln

2012-13

Bailey Dreiman, Rivet*

Maria Gugliotta, North Knox

Lauren Herman, Rivet

Kelsey Ivers, Rivet

Allyson Wehrheim, Rivet

2011-12

Elizabeth Keller, Rivet*

Allie Bobe, Lincoln

Maria Gugliotta, North Knox

Andrea Scott, South Knox

Samantha Scott, South Knox

2010-11

Sara Young, Rivet*

Casandra Brocksmith, Rivet

Emily Montgomery, Rivet

Mallory Niehaus, Rivet

Erin Wehrheim, Rivet

2009-10

Chelsea Meeks, Rivet*

Casandra Brocksmith, Rivet

Kirstey Pembleton, North Knox

Erin Wehrheim, Rivet

Sara Young, Rivet

2008-09

Brooke Owens, Lincoln*

Casandra Brocksmith, Rivet

Caroline Kirkwood, North Knox

Nicole Young, Lincoln

Sara Young, Rivet

2007-08

Brooke Owens, Lincoln*

Kourtney Marchino, South Knox

Chelsea Meeks, Rivet

Ashlee Primus, North Knox

Jordan Tucker, Red Hill

2006-07

Chelsea Buher, Lawrenceville*

Kourtney Marchino, South Knox

Chelsea Meeks, Rivet

Brooke Owens, Lincoln

McKenna Williams, North Knox

2005-06

McKenna Williams, North Knox *

Chelsea Buher, Lawrenceville

Kourtney Marchino, South Knox

Megan Miller, North Knox

Brooke Owens, Lincoln

2004-05

Chelsea Buher, Lawrenceville *

Audrey Hagedorn, South Knox

Jessica Halter, Lincoln

Megan Miller, North Knox

McKenna Williams, North Knox

2003-04

Chelsea Gugliotta, North Knox *

Chelsea Buher, Lawrenceville

Jodi Hobbs, North Knox

Allyson Johnson, South Knox

Maggie Stuckey, Lincoln

2002-03

Chelsea Gugliotta, North Knox *

Hannah Hendrix, Lincoln

Maggie Stuckey, Lincoln

Laurin Thacker, Red Hill

Lacey Yagle, North Knox

2001-02

Jennifer Rath, Lincoln *

Chelsea Gugliotta, North Knox

Jill Hughes, North Knox

Katie Stuckey, Lincoln

Ashley Worland, South Knox

2000-01

Jennifer Rath, Lincoln *

Kim Harner, South Knox

Erin Joslin, North Knox

Jessi Malone, North Knox

Mallory Perry, North Knox

1999-2000

Jennifer Rath, Lincoln *

Kim Harner, South Knox

Elyssia Kitchin, Lincoln

Jessi Malone, North Knox

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Lawrenceville

1998-99

Andrea Evans, North Knox *

Andrea Mackey, North Knox

Jennifer Rath, Lincoln

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Lawrenceville

Abby Williams, South Knox

1997-98

Casey Hughes, North Knox *

Andrea Evans, North Knox

Holly Helmling, Lincoln

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Lawrenceville

Abby Williams, South Knox

1996-97

Melinda Cunningham, Red Hill *

Shanna Bilskie, Red Hill

Jessica Cary, North Knox

Casey Hughes, North Knox

Stacey Marchino, South Knox

1995-96

Melinda Cunningham, Red Hill *

Jessica Cary, North Knox

Lynn Herman, Rivet

Casey Hughes, North Knox

Stacey Marchino, South Knox

1994-95

Cindy Kerns, North Knox *

Melinda Cunningham, Red Hill

Lynn Herman, Rivet

Heidi Miiller, Lincoln

Missy Perry, North Knox

1993-94

Cindy Kerns, North Knox *

Melinda Cunningham, Red Hill

Lynn Herman, Rivet

Katie Parmenter, Lincoln

Missy Perry, North Knox

1992-93

Erin Bradham, Red Hill *

Lynn Herman, Rivet

Cindy Kerns, North Knox

Missy Perry, Lawrenceville

Abby Williams, Lawrenceville

1991-92

Andi Edds, Lincoln *

Danielle Dillon, North Knox

Traci Gray, Red Hill

Stephanie Keyes, North Knox

Laura Vanderbeck, South Knox

1990-91

Molly Herman, Rivet *

Meri Martha Cunningham, Red Hill

Danielle Dillon, North Knox

Sandy Kerns, South Knox

Sheila Williams, North Knox

1989-90

Mandy Cunningham, Red Hill *

Denise Bowser, Red Hill

Meri Martha Cunningham, Red Hill

Molly Herman, Rivet

Kristi Wissel, Lincoln

1988-89

Mandy Cunningham, Red Hill *

Denise Bowser, Red Hill

Andrea Boyd, North Knox

Tricia Cullop, North Knox

Kristi Wissel, Lincoln

1987-88

Mandy Cunningham, Red Hill *

Andrea Boyd, North Knox

Kari Cassity, Lincoln

Tricia Cullop, North Knox

Tracie Grundman, South Knox

1986-87

Kathy Kaufman, Lawrenceville *

Stacy Biehl, Lincoln

Tricia Cullop, North Knox

Mandy Cunningham, Red Hill

Tracie Grundman, South Knox

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