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 2. To see more about Girls Hoops in the Miami Valley visit the Dabbelt Report at the followig link. <A href="http://www.thedabbeltreport.com/1.html">DABBELT REPORT</A>

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.

Now, on to Division 2:

DIVISION 2 First-Team

STEPHANIE BENNETT (5-8 Sr., Kenton Ridge)- Ran the show for the Lady Cougars, and has been named Dabbelt Report D2 Player of the Year. Bennett is the most complete guard in the division, with many options to her game.

MELANIE CARGLE (5-8 Sr., Kettering Alter)- Very explosive player who can drain the pull up jumper. Cargle is strong, athletic and a good leader. Headed to Colgate next year, and joins Bennett as Player of the Year.

ASHLEY CUMMINS (5-9 Sr., Ben Logan)- Had a solid senior year, and became the all-time leading scorer at Ben Logan. Among the area leaders in scoring.

MICHELLE DERR (5-8 Soph., Urbana)- This girl continues to work to get better, and was one of the better point guards in the area. Can score and pass well.

KARA ENGLEFIELD (5-9 Sr., Enon Greenon)-Solid player who led a much improved Lady Knights program this year. Among the area leaders in numerous categories.

JASMINE HOUSE (5-10 Sr., Kenton Ridge)- The other half of the deadly duo for the Ridge, House can also do it all. Headed to Toledo, this girl knows how to play this game!

DANIELLE LABATT (5-8 Jr. Bellefontaine)-Fantastic scorer on a team where she has to. Penetrates to the basket, or can hit the outside jumper. Averaged nearly 19 points per game.

LYNZEE JOHNSON (5-10 Soph., Bellbrook)- A fun player to watch, she gets it done in the paint. Lynzee is a complete player whop can also hit the three ball. What a class ast!

EMILY NOBLE (6-0 Jr., Franklin)- Emily broke loose this year and led the Lady Wildcats to a solid season. She was steady underneath and looks to make some noise as a senior.

LAUREN SHARPE (5-10 Fr., Tipp City)- This kid is a player, and she is very quick on defense and uses either hands well. Working to improve her outside shot, she is going to be very good for the Lady Red Devils. Averaged 8.8 steals per game this year, and that is a legit stat.

ASHTON SPROUSE (6-4 Sr., Kettering Alter)- Can play either inside or outside, both effectively. Ashton is a force inside, and will make a nice player at the next level.

RENEE THATCHER (5-7 Sr., Indian Lake)- Had a solid season for the surprising Lady Lakers, fighting through an ankle injury. Has potential to light it up on offense.


Lauren Bahun (5-11 Sr., Greenon), Kelsey Beers (5-9 Jr., Kenton Ridge), Carrie Demange (6-0 Sr., Alter), Shelby Georges (5-9 Sr., Bellbrook), Morgan Harrigan (5-7 Jr., Urbana), Kathy Michael (5-9 Sr., Urbana), Megan Mummey (5-10 Sr., Sidney), Sam Rodabaugh (5-11 Sr., Indian Lake), Janelle Schlater (5-9 Sr., Graham), Jenna Smith (5-6 Fr., Indian Lake), Stacey Strayer (5-7 Sr., Valley View)

DIVISION TWO CO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR- Stephanie Bennett (Kenton Ridge) & Mel Cargle (Alter): Bennett and Cargle are both leaders, and hard workers. Bennett runs the show better than most players, and can produce on offense.
Cargle is a strong player, who penetrates to the basket and can hit the pull up jumper.

DIVISION TWO FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR- Lauren Sharpe (Tipp City): Very athletic player who developed throughout the season. Sharpe was tough on defense, and worked hard to improve her offense.

DIVISION TWO COACH OF THE YEAR- Mike Pequinoit (Indian Lake): Mike took a team who had a solid year last year to an undefeated season in the CBC and a title. Set a school record for wins in a season.

Coming next, the Division 1 team!

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