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April 24, 2019

3/18/2019 8:54:00 AM
2018-19 Dodgeville Chronicle all-area girls team

Dodgeville Chronicle
All-Area Girls
Basketball Team
McKenna Reichling
5-5 Senior Guard
SWAL Player of the Year and honorable mention Division 4 all-state. McKenna is a four year varsity letter winner and was a member of the State Championship team in 2016. She averaged 14.5 points per game, 5.6 rebounds and 3.4 assists. McKenna has committed to play basketball at Edgewood College next season.
"McKenna does a great job of doing whatever she needs to do in order for us to be successful," said Pointer coach Matt Austin,
Nicole Johnson
6-2 Junior Forward
Nicole was a force on the inside for the Pointers this season and was honored as a first team all-SWAL choice. She averaged 11.7 points per game, 8.9 rebounds and 1.55 blocks as she led the team with 37 blocks this season. She also shot 58% from the field.
Mara Aschliman
5-7 Senior Guard
Mara is a four year varsity performer for the Pointers and was on the 2016 State Championship team. She was named to the SWAL all-conference honorable mention list her junior and senior years. She averaged 7.2 points per game and 2.5 rebounds.
Olivia Liddicoat
5-8 Junior Forward
A first team SWAL choice Olivia led the Panthers in every statistic this season. She became the second girls basketball player to reach 1000 points in school history. She was also first team all conference her sophomore year and honorable mention as a freshman.
"Olivia played extended minutes in all 24 games this season without fouling out," said coach Dan Liddicoat. "She is an all around solid player."
Olivia score 404 points (16.8 ppg), grabbed 204 rebounds (8.4), had 131 assists (5.4) and added 24 blocks along with 68 steals.
Logan Hubbard
5-6 Sophomore Guard
Was second on the Panther team in scoring with 311 points (14.1) and rebounds with 130 (5.9). She also had 53 assists and 68 steals. She was named honorable mention all-SWAL.
"Logan was fearless in getting to the rim," said coach Dan Liddicoat. "She was an impactful player for us this season and is committed to improving her skills to help the team be successful."
Olivia Argall
5-11 Sophomore G/F
A first team all-SWC choice for the Dodgers Olivia averaged 17.4 points per game with 295 points. She also averaged 4.2 rebonds per game.
Tessa Green
5-6 Freshman PG
Tessa led the Vikings in many categories and recorded a triple double against Juda with 13 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists. She accounted for nearly 30% of her team;s points and 45% of their assists. She started 22 of her team's 23 games, averaging 8.23 points per game and 5.45 rebounds. She also averaged 2.5 assists and 1.45 steals.
"Tessa was a starter all year and grew significantly as the season progressed," said coach Linda Hendrickson. "She learned how to distributed the ball while also being consistent at attacking the rim. We are looking for big things from her the next three years."
Leah Marx
5-9 Sophomore Guard
Leah had three double doubles this season and led the Golden Eagles in points, steals and rebounds. She was also second in blocks and assists.
Leah was second team Six Rivers East.
Maddie Drury
5-6 Senior Point Guard
Maddie averaged 10 points per game, four rebounds, two assists and 2.5 steals for the Cardinals this season. She has lettered all four years and is the team's leader in steals, assists and points. She was named second team Six Rivers West.
"On top of her basketball talents she is also a great person," said coach Josh Tarrell.
Emily Briehl
5-11 Senior Forward
Emily led the Blackhawks in scoring, rebounding, blocks and steals. Her 213 points were good for a 9.3 ppg average. She also picked off 107 rebounds, an average of 5.6 per game as she hauled in 107.
Emily was honorable mention allSWC.
Mallory Lindsey
5-3 Freshman Guard
A dead on three point shooter for the Pointers her prowess from long range earned her a spot in the 3-point shootout at the WIAA state tournament where she finished third. She was one of the first players off the bench for the Pointers and keyed some big runs with her three point shooting. She averaged 6.6 points per game and shot 47% from three point range.
Morgan James
5-10 Senior Forward
Morgan averaged 5.8 points per game and 4.9 rebounds.
"She excelled in the post this season, often guarding the other team's most physical player," said coach Matt Austin.
Morgan will be playing softball at Viterbo in La Crosse.
Annie Spurley
5-8 Junior Forward
Scored 230 points for the Panthers (9.6) and picked off 105 rebounds (4.4) along with 56 assists and 38 steals.
"Annie was one of our captains this season and gave us a lot of minutes on the floor, playing in al 24 games," said coach Dan Liddicoat. "She is a consistent team player who pays attention to details and always has fun playing the game. She had great games as she scored 27 points, 19 points and 15 points against various opponents. She was part of many plays on the court."
Kenzie Oakes
5-4 Junior Guard
Kenzie played in all 24 games and served as a captain for the Panthers. She totaled 78 points, 59 rebounds had 32 assists and 45 steals.
"Kenzie demonstrates aggressive defense and has a good outside shot," said coach Dan Liddicoat. "She is a great team player and a very coachable athlete."
JoJo Heimerl
5-9 Sophomore G/F
An honorable mention all-SWC choice JoJo averaged nearly 10 points per game and five rebounds.
Elizabeth "Libby" Oimoen
5-10 Senior Forward
A steady performer for the Golden Eagles Libby was picked for honorable mention in the Six Rivers East.
Katelyn Esser
5-10 Freshman Forward
A force in the middle for the Cardinals, Katelyn was named second team all conference in the Six Rivers West.
Meg Tarrell
5-8, Freshman, PG/F
A key player off the bench and a good scorer Meg earned honorable mention in the Six Rivers West.
Morgan Kosharek
5-5 Senior Guard
A solid player for Highland, Morgan was named honorable mention Six Rivers West.
Tienna Gruber
5-10 Junior Forward
A very athletic forward Tienna was second in scoring and rebounding for the Blackhawks with an average of six points and six rebounds per game.
Ali Hoffman
5-10 Junior Forward
A versatile defender for the Blackhawks Ali was called upon to guard the opponents best player regardless of position. She led the Blackhawks in assists.
McKenna Reichling, Mineral Point
Olivia Liddicoat, Iowa-Grant
Matt Austin, Mineral Point

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