IHSA Girls All State Teams Announced
Class 4A First team
Ashley Wilson, Wheeling, Sr., 6-0, F Samantha Arnold, Lake Park, Sr., 6-4, C Kersten Magrum, Lincoln-Way East, Sr., 6-1, F Kelsey Smith, St. Charles North, Sr., 6-4, C Tricia Liston, Oak Park Fenwick, Jr., 6-0, G
4A Second team
Toni Kokenis, Hinsdale Central, Jr., 5-10, G Taylor Whitley, Geneva, Sr., 5-9, G Chanise Jenkins, Young, So., 5-3, G Porsha Harris, Young, Sr., 6-0, F Marquisha Harris, Moline, So., 5-11, F
Brea Edwards (So., Rockford Boylan), Meghan Holy (Sr., Loyola), Kaila Turner (Sr., Marian Catholic), Morgan Tuck (Fr., Bolingbrook), Megan Sharpe (Sr., Edwardsville), Lydia Bauer (Sr., Lake Zurich), Kaitlyn Hill (Sr., Belleville West), Jewell Loyd (Fr., Niles West).
Class 3A First team
Adrienne GodBold, Marshall, Sr., 5-10, F Brooke Bipsing, Morton (Ill.), Sr., 5-8, G Chloe Barnes, Quincy Notre Dame, Sr., 5-10, G Katie Norman, Freeport, Sr., 5-9, G/F Monica Albano, Trinity, Sr., 5-9, G
3A Second team
Mariah Smith, Peoria Richwoods, So., 6-0, G Suporia Dickens, Freeport, Sr., 5-8, F Kristin Judson, Normal University High, Sr., 6-2, F Jordyne Crunk, Belleville Althoff, Jr., 5-8, G Whitney Holloway, Montini, So., 5-4, G
Jennifer Conway (Sr., Waterloo), Jazmin Hill (Jr., Belleville Althoff), Shatoya Burnett (Sr., Rock Island), A.J. Ledbetter (Jr., Rock Island Alleman), Karlee Gengenbacher (Jr., Quincy Notre Dame), Tiffany Kellum (Sr., Peoria Central), Natecia Augusta (So., Bartonville Limestone), Courtney Shiffer (Sr., Freeport), Stephanie Harper (Sr., Charleston), Melissa Dixon (So., Johnsburg).
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