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Five local girls named to CBC first team

Bellefontaine and Benjamin Logan each had two first-team selections and Indian Lake had one on the recently released all-Central Buckeye Conference girls basketball squad.

JazmynHaley

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ReganPrice

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CiarraWirick

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JessicaYoder

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MikaelaOyer

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OYER

Representing Bellefontaine on the Kenton Trail division first team were Jazmyn Haley and Regan Price.

Earning first-team honors for the Mad River division were Benjamin Logan’s Ciarra Wirick and Jessica Yoder and Indian Lake’s Mikaela Oyer.

Special mention honors went to Bellefontaine’s Whitney Rader, Ben Logan Brooklyn Terrill and Indian Lake’s Sydney Miller.

Receiving the CBC sportsmanship award were Bellefontaine’s Sajah Carter, Ben Logan’s Kelsey Baughman and Indian Lake’s Jordan Keckler.

Tecumseh’s Bianca Quisenberry was named the Kenton Trail division player of the year, while Urbana’s Trischa Lacy was the top player in the Mad River division.

Joining the Chiefs’ Haley and Price on the Kenton Trail first team were Tecumseh’s Quisenberry, Megan Christmann and Lindsey Nartker, Tippecanoe’s Erica Comer and Halee Printz, Kenton Ridge’s Stefanie Davis and Paige McCrary and Stebbins’ Briana Williams.

Along with Wirick, Yoder and Oyer, the Mad River first team consisted of Graham’s Lindsey Black, Northwestern’s Crystal Cruz, Greenon’s Lianne Masquelier, Jenna Robertson and Heather Slaughter and Urbana’s Lacy and Braxton Rogan.

Rounding out the special mention list were Kenton Ridge’s Sydney Bates, Stebbins’ Emily Benge, Tippecanoe’s Carly Clodfelter, Springfield Shawnee’s India Davis, Tecumseh’s Brittany Frappier, Northwestern’s Kelsey Crooks, Urbana’s Katie Curnutte, Graham’s Dana Heckman and Greenon’s Jennifer Miller.

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