Geneva senior guard Morgan Seberger has earned Daily Herald MVP honors for her recent girls basketball performances.
Morgan Seberger, Geneva: The senior shooting guard opened the postseason with 20 points in the Vikings' win over Glenbard West. Seberger caught fire in Geneva's 55-54 upset over No. 1 seed Wheaton Warrenville South with four first-half 3-point baskets and finished with 15 points.
Sarah Costello, Downers Grove North: The senior guard scored 28 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in a regional final victory against York, making 13 of 14 free throws. She also scored her 1,000th varsity point against York. She had 7 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in a regional semifinal defeat of Glenbard North.
Claire Gritt, Hersey: The 5-foot-9 freshman played a major role in Hersey's ninth regional title in 16 years under coach Mary Fendley. Gritt made 7-of-10 shots and scored a game-high 16 points in the Huskies' 64-46 Waukegan Class 4A regional semifinal win over Palatine, then came back with 13 points and 5 assists in the 58-51 win over Wheeling for the championship.
Cassidy Kloss, Carmel Catholic: The 5-foot-10 senior can score inside and outside, and lately she's been scoring, period. After netting 18 points in the Corsairs' regional-final victory over St. Viator, she dropped in 18 again in a 59-46, sectional semifinal win over Antioch.
Anna Tracy, South Elgin: After scoring 7 points in a 64-48 regional semifinal win over Jacobs, the Storm's senior guard came back with her best game of the season, scoring 21 points on 9 of 18 shooting that included 3 3-pointers, and adding 6 steals in a 67-35 victory over Streamwood that netted South Elgin its second regional title in three years.