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    Class 3A, 4A Associated Press all-state teams released
    Daily Herald report

    Here are the Class 3A and Class 4A girls basketball all-state teams from Associated Press, as voted on by a statewide panel of sportswriters and broadcasters and compiled by John Radtke of the Daily Herald.

    Class 3A

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    Name School Yr. Ht. Pos. Pts.

    *Jordan Frericks Quincy Notre Dame Sr. 6-1 F 90

    Jasmine Lumpkin Joliet Catholic Jr. 6-0 F 86

    Sarah Livingston Morton Sr. 6-2 F 78

    Kassidy Gengenbacher Quincy Notre Dame Sr. 5-10 G 65

    Khadaizha Sanders Bishop McNamara So. 5-5 G 61

    * unanimous


    Name School Yr. Ht. Pos. Pts.

    Justice Collins Springfield SE Sr. 5-8 G 55

    Malayna Johnson Montini Sr. 6-4 C 53

    Rachel Konieczki Rockford Lutheran Sr. 5-4 G 41

    Katelynn Martinez Cham. Centennial Sr. 5-6 G 39

    Kateri Stone Montini Jr. 6-1 G 38

    Honorable mention - Kate Byrne (Morton, Jr., 6-0 G), Dana Gettis (Hillcrest, Sr., 5-9 G), Abby Horn (Herrin, Sr., 6-1 F/C), Martha Burse (Kankakee, Jr., 5-7 G), Sydney Smith (Vernon Hills, Jr., 5-10 G), Meri Bennett-Swanson (Vernon Hills, Sr., 6-2 C), Lauren Webb (Vernon Hills, Jr., 6-0 G), Jessica Lieber (Galesburg, Sr., 5-4 G), Kymber Hill (Belleville Althoff, Sr., 6-3 C), Molly McGraw (Bloomington Central Catholic, Jr., 5-9 F), Nicole Ekhomu (Joliet Catholic, Fr., 5-5 G)

    Class 4A


    Name School Yr. Ht. Pos. Pts.

    Linnae Harper Whitney Young Sr. 5-8 G 85

    Emmonnie Henderson Edwardsville Sr. 6-2 F 80

    JeTaun Rouse Marist Sr. 5-9 G 74

    Jacqui Grant Maine South Sr. 6-3 C 57

    Alexis Glasgow Rolling Meadows Jr. 5-11 G 53


    Name School Yr. Ht. Pos. Pts.

    Bria Gaines Bloom Sr. 6-2 C 52

    Kortney Dunbar Edwardsville Jr. 6-2 G 39

    Jackie Kemph Rolling Meadows Jr. 5-6 G 38

    Meghan Waldron WW South Jr. 5-9 G 36

    Olivia Elger Peoria R'woods So. 5-7 G 36

    Honorable mention - Shavonne Brewer (Rock Island, Sr., 5-5 G), Nikia Edom (Plainfield East, Sr., 5-6 G), Ashton Williams (Springfield, Sr. 5-10 G), Jessica Cerda (Streamwood, Sr., 5-8 G/F), Sam Andrews (Huntley, Jr., 6-0 F), Ali Andrews (Huntley, Fr., 6-2 F), Haley Gorecki (Fremd, So., 6-0 G), Olivia Jakubicek (Cary-Grove, Sr., 5-10 F/G), Ashley McConnell (Fremd, Sr., 5-9 G), Ashton Millender (Marian Catholic, Jr., 5-10 G), Lena Munzer (Highland Park, Sr., 5-9 G), Christen Prasse (Benet Academy, Sr., 5-10 G), Destinee Young (Hoffman Estates, Sr., 6-0 G/F).

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