Cass’ Gary named first-team All-Southwest 10

CASSOPOLIS — Ranger senior Angel Gary was the lone Cassopolis player to earn a spot first-team All-Southwest 10 Conference girls basketball team.

League champion Centreville and runner-up Bloomingdale both had two players named to the first team, while White Pigeon, Decatur and Mendon each had one player on the squad.

Regan Rose, the Raiders’ all-time leading scorer, was a first-team selection.

The Rangers did not have a second-team pick, but had Lizzy Ocampo and Jadin Wolfe named honorable mention.

Jania Green was a second-team pick for Decatur.

ALL-SOUTHWEST 10

Girls Basketball

First-team

Joanna Larsen (Sr.), Centreville

Olivia Deeds (Sr.), Centreville

Kallie Harrison (Jr.), Bloomingdale

Katrise Hudson (Sr.), Bloomingdale

Claycee West (Sr.), White Pigeon

Regan Rose (Sr.), Decatur

Angel Gary (Sr.), Cassopolis

Taylor Heitkamp (Sr.), Mendon

Second-team

Alexis Snodgrass (Soph.), Hartford

Megan Nelson (Sr.), Hartford

Kenleigh West-Wing (Sr.), Centreville

Rainie Atherton (Soph.), White Pigeon

Emma Allison (Soph.), Bloomingdale

Jania Green (Sr.), Decatur

Rachel Mihills (Jr.), Marcellus

Payton Griffith (Soph.), Mendon

Honorable mention

Grace Edwards (Sr.), Centreville

Asia Pratel (Sr.), Centreville

Lauren Dressler (Soph.), White Pigeon

Melissa Hayden (Sr.), White Pigeon

Allison Starbuck (Soph.), Bloomingdale

Olaisa Moss (Jr.), Bloomingdale

Alexis Tibbs (Sr.), Marcellus

Allison Daugherty (Soph.), Marcellus

Alexis Ames (Fr.), Mendon

Ryley Mullin (Soph.), Mendon

Lizzy Ocampo (Sr.), Cassopolis

Jadin Wolfe (Soph.), Cassopolis

Jaelyne Galvan (Sr.), Hartford

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