Believe it or not, the 2003-04 girls basketball regular season is history. and it is time for the second season. With that in mind, The Dabbelt Report is currently releasing the 2003-04 All-Area teams, tonight featuring Division 3. Two teams of 12 make up the teams in each division, along with a Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, and Coach of the Year. <P>LINK FOR THE DABBELT REPORT : <A href="">THE DABBELT REPORT</A></P>

DIVISION 3 First-Team

AMANDA AERONAULT (5-9 Sr., Greenview)- Solid player for the Lady Rams. Averaged 12.6 points, and 5.3 rebounds.

ALESHIA BORS (5-11 Jr., Waynesville)- Had a solid year for Waynesville, and is strong to defend inside. Look for her to improve by her senior year, if
she works hard this summer.

MAGGIE BUTLER (5-8 Sr., Brookville)- Led the Lady Blue Devils to a solid 14-5 season. Averaged 12.5 points and five rebounds per game. Solid shooter and works very hard.

CATHERINE CAIN (5-9 Jr., Stivers)- Although Stivers struggled at times this year, Cain is the real deal. She is a solid player who will get better.

DANIELLE DENLINGER (6-0 Jr., Miami East)- The choice for Dabbelt Report Division 3 Player of the Year, Denlinger will be a great "3" player in college. Strong inside, and can pop the three. Averaged 16.1 points and 7.2 rebounds per game.

RACHEL DIXON (5-8 Jr., West Liberty Salem)- Complete player who is getting better. Averaged 14.9 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. One of the top juniors in the area.

HAYLEY HEMM (5-8 Sr., Sidney Lehman)- Another versatile guard who can both score and dish it off. She is a terrific athlete, and could lead Lehman to a nice tournament run. Averaged 12.7 points per game.

EMMA JANDEL (5-7 Soph., Oakwood)- This girl can light it up from the three, and looks to improve on other aspects. Good athlete.

TARA MILLER (6-0 Jr., Miami East)- Averaged 11.2 points and 7.5 rebounds per game for the Lady Vikings. Developed into a solid player.

ELLIE STONECASH (5-10 Sr., Middletown Fenwick)- A very solid player who led Fenwick to another nice season. Stats were 16.9 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.3 steals per game.

SARAH SCHULZE (6-0 Fr., Anna)- Schulze can do it all, and is the area's premiere freshman post player . Nearly unstoppable in the paint, and plays beyond her years. Averaged 17.6 points and 12.1 rebounds.

HANNAH SCHERGER (6-0 Jr., Sidney Lehman)- Another premiere post player with a solid offensive game. Strong in the paint, and rebounder. Averaged 12.2 points, 8.6 rebounds.


Molly Clark (5-4 Jr.. Arcanum), Stacey Downs (5-11 Sr., Middletown Fenwick), Amanda Eckhardt (6-4 Jr., Middletown Madison), Jenny Good (5-6 Sr., Greenview), Ashley Falknor (6-0 Fr., Arcanum), Mandy Kulyn (5-6 Jr., Miami East), Jessi Mitrosin (5-8 Jr., Brookville), Abbigale Nelson (5-8 Jr., Waynesville), Tasha Phillips (5-8 Sr., Northeastern), Amber Troutwine (5-9 Sr., National Trail), Cara Wald (5-8 Fr., Oakwood), Janelle White (5-11 Sr., Versailles).

DIVISION THREE PLAYER OF THE YEAR- Danielle Denlinger (Miami East): Complete player who at 6-foot can either post up or bury an outside jumper. Denlinger has all the tools, and works hard to even get better.

DIVISION THREE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR- Sarah Schulze (Anna): What can be said about this freshman that hasn't already been said. Sarah is difficult to stop in the paint, and can step out and hit the three. Area fans are lucky to be able to see her play three more years.

DIVISION THREE COACH OF THE YEAR- Jeff Reese (Anna): Last season, Anna was two games. This year, they had some huge wins in the league, and looks to make noise in the tournament. Reese has these girls playing well, and most of them are back next season.

Coming next, the Division 2 team!

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