McCrackin makes the list

Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Madry McCrackin was the lone Cassville representative on the All-Big 8 girls team. Jared Lankford/sports@cassville-democrat.com

Cassville junior named to all-conference team

Anyone who judged the Cassville girls basketball team solely upon its final record might believe the season to be a waste.

However, those that watched the team grow this season and saw the effort with which the girls played would know better.

It was no surprise that the team was not shut out of postseason honors, as junior Madry McCrackin was named to the Big 8 All-Conference West Division Second Team.

The complete list is as follows:

Player of the Year: Calli Beshore, Nevada

Coach of the Year: Brent Bartlett, Nevada

First Team

Calli Beshore, Nevada

Allison Bower, Nevada

Hallee Doss, Lamar

Kaesha George, Monett

Taylor Mailes, Seneca

Second Team

Aliya Grotjohn, Seneca

Alyssa Williams, Monett

Payge Dahmer, Nevada

Madry McCrackin, Cassville

Ragan Wilson, McDonald County

Honorable Mention

Sierra White, Lamar

Katie Schmidt, Monett

Madison McDermott, East Newton

Rita Santillan, McDonald County

Tylin Heathman, Nevada

Sarah Hoover, Seneca

Big 8 East Division

Player of the Year: Jordyn Gault Logan-Rogersville

Coach of the Year: ​Denny McHenry Logan-Rogersville

First Team

Jordyn Gault, Logan-Rogersville

Cameron Call, Mt. Vernon

Caitlin Hicks, Mt. Vernon

Maci McHenry, Logan-Rogersville

Kendrick Bailey, Hollister

Second Team

Kalena Asbill, Reeds Spring

Lilly Edwards, Springfield Catholic

Taylor Overstreet, Logan-Rogersville

Lacy Stokes, Mt. Vernon

Lindsey Murphy, Springfield Catholic

Honorable Mention

Alexis Moon, Marshfield

Sophia Nixon, Logan-Rogersville

Elizabeth Martin, Aurora

Olivia Wilson, Springfield Catholic

Shelby Strailey, Reeds Spring

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  • Good job, Mad dog! Wish the paper would have cited some of her stats....I think she was second in SW Missouri in free throws with 86-87%...and high in three pointers too. The team really worked hard and improved as they went along. Way to work girls.

    -- Posted by common-tater on Wed, Mar 6, 2019, at 9:00 PM
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