Ozark 7 names best female players
Purdy’s Skiles claims Player of the Year honors
The seven schools that comprise the Ozark 7 Conference have named the best girls hoops players in the conference with the release of the annual all-conference teams.
The bi-county area was once again well represented on the lists.
Purdy continued its dominance in conference play, winning its fourth consecutive title.
The Lady Eagles also took home Player of the Year honors with Layne Skiles, and Rion Boyd also earned First Team honors. Sami House was selected to the Second Team, and Devyn Callahan was named Honorable Mention
Exeter’s Mikayla Meyer was named to the Second Team, and Julia Grant collected Honorable Mention accolades.
Breanna Learned gathered First Team honors for Southwest while Alison Bernard collected Honorable Mention honors for the Lady Trojans.
Wheaton picked up a First Team selection in Tori Goostree. Hallie Mitchell claimed Second Team honors and Rachel Lacey found a home on the Honorable Mention squad. The full all-conference results are as follows:
Player of the Year: Layne Skiles, Purdy
Coach of the Year: Eli Ernst, Purdy
1. Rion Boyd, Purdy
2. Twilah Carrasquillo, Verona
3. Breanna Learned, Southwest
4. Nicole Stephenson, Verona
5. Tori Goosetree, Wheaton
1. Abby Schiefelbein, McAuley
2. Caitlyn Mueller, Thomas Jefferson
3. Sami House, Purdy
4. Mikayla Meyer, Exeter
5. Hallie Mitchell, Wheaton
1. Julia Grant, Exeter
2. Madison Shrum, Verona
3. Devyn Callahan, Purdy
4. Alison Bernard, Southwest
5. Rachel Lacey, Wheaton