You vote, you decide…who had Ohio’s best Girls Basketball individual performance this year? Vote now for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Girls Basketball Player of the Year award. Finalists have been announced and include the following…
Ohio National Guard JJH Girls BKB Player of the Year Award
JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard will again sponsor ONG JJHuddle Player and Team of the Year awards in Boys and Girls Basketball for the 2013-2014 school year.
Starting today we will begin voting for the Girls Basketball Player of the Year Award. The Winner will be decided by a fan-generated vote on JJHuddle. Each winner will receive an award (trophy) from the National Guard.
How it works?
Vote for your favorite Finalist below as many times as you like. Voting will run from now until 4 p.m. on March 16.
Winners will receive a personalized trophy
*Kathryn Westbeld, Fairmont, sr. (Vote)
Going to be four-time first team All-Greater Western Ohio Conference Central Division selection and three-time GWOC Player of the Year. Headed to Notre Dame. Averaging a double-double (17.4 ppg and 10.1 rpg). McDonald’s All-American. Was a third team MaxPreps All-American as a junior. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Alyssa Rice, Reynoldsburg, sr. (Vote)
Central Ohio’s top player and one of the country’s best posts. Headed to Kentucky. McDonald’s All-American. Averaging 18.5 points and 9.6 rebounds as senior and helped Reynoldsburg win fourth straight OCC title. Averaged 15.2 points last year when she was a MaxPreps Honorable Mention All-American selection. Averaged 12.1 points as a sophomore. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Kelsey Mitchell, Princeton, sr. (Vote)
Going to be four-time first team All-Greater Miami Conference selection and three-time GMC Player of the Year. Headed to Ohio State. GMC leader in points (24.9), assists (4.2) and steals (4.1). Scored a career-high 42 in a win over Centerville. McDonald’s All-American. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Amanda Cahill, Clyde, sr. (Vote)
Going to be four-time Sandusky Bay Conference Player of the Year. Headed to Indiana. Named District 6 POY. Has been named the AP D-II Player of the Year twice (junior and sophomore seasons). Heading into the postseason, Cahill has career totals of 2,021 points, 982 rebounds, 474 assists, 2.8 steals and 2.6 blocks. This year she’s averaging 20.2 points, 10.3 rebounds and 5.4 assists. Averaged 20.8 points, 8.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 4.2 steals per game as a junior; 20 points, 8.6 boards, 3.9 steals and 4 assists per game as a sophomore; and 18.6 points, 7.7 rebounds, 4.2 steals and 4.4 assists as a freshman. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Laina Snyder, West Holmes, sr. (Vote)
One of the state’s top post players ever. Snyder owns the West Holmes career rebounding record (1,066 and counting) and owns single-game rebounding records at two of Ohio’s most prestigious events – the Classic in the Country (24) and the OHSAA D-II state finals (19). Snyder surpassed 1,000 career points as a junior. Headed to Ashland. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Jenna Burdette, Reedsville Eastern sr. (Vote)
University of Dayton recruit became the school’s all-time leading scorer (male or female) when she broke the 40-year old record set by Dennis Eichenger with 23 points in a 70-38 win over Olentangy Liberty at the Pickerington Prep Shoot Out. Burdette is a soon-to-be four-time first team AP D-IV All-Ohioan. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Darian Rose, Fort Loramie, Sr. (Vote)
Became her school’s all-time leading scorer when she scored 33 points in a win over Russia to surpass Sarah Deloye’s previous record of 1,356 points (1990-1993). All told, Rose owns nine school records (and counting). Rose has also led her team in assists for three years. Team player. Special player.
*Haley Horstman, New Knoxville, sr. (Vote)
Became the second player ever to earn Player of the Year honors three times in the Midwest Athletic Conference. The other was Ohio State great Maria Moeller of Marion Local from 2004-06. Horstman is a four-time first team All-MAC selection who became the school’s all-time leading scorer on Feb. 6 against Fort Recovery when she scored her 1,179th point. She averaged 9.6 points as a freahman, 11.5 as a sophomore, 16.7 as a junior and 15.5 as a senior. Headed to Findlay.
*Kristen Confroy, Solon, sr. (Vote)
Going to be four-time All-NOC selection and two-time NOC player of the Year. Entered senior season averaging 17.9 points, 5.8 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 3.3 steals per game. Recorded a triple-double (12 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals) in a win over Hudson earlier this year. Headed to Maryland. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.
*Sidney Brackemyre, Clinton-Massie, sr. (Vote)
Rebounded from an ACL injury that ended her junior season prematurely to excel as a senior. Headed to Louisville, Brackemyre surpassed 1,000-career points with 23 in a win over Waterford at the Pickerington Shootout. Called the best D-II player in Ohio by the Dabbelt Report and named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR. Averaging 15 points and eight rebounds.
*Marquia Turner, North Canton Hoover, sr. (Vote)
Former Canton McKinley star who averaged a Federal League-best 18 points as a junior has continued to excel in first year at Hoover. Heading into the postseason, the Xavier recruit has scored 1,223 career points and is averaging 10.3 points. Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR. When she left McKinley, Turner ranked No. 6 in school history with 1,007 points. She also owns McKinley records for 3s in a game (seven) and season (52).
*Stasha Carey, Berea-Midpark, sr. (Vote)
Intimidating (6-3) post is a two-time Southwestern Conference Player of the Year and is averaging 18 points and 11.8 rebounds per game. Also has 76 blocks and 55 steals heading into the postseason. Pitt commit tied a career-high with 29 points and 15 rebounds in the Titans first home game ever back on Nov. 23 (Berea-Midpark is a new HS this year). Named one of Ohio’s Top 25 seniors by the OGBR.