1996 All-harford County Basketball Teams

March 24, 1996|By John W. Stewart

Girls teams

Co-Player of the Year

Brandi Barnes, Joppatowne, 6-2, Sr., C: The three-time first-team selection averaged 20 points, 16 rebounds, and was an intimidating factor as Mariners won third straight regional title.

Co-Player of the Year

Erin Updegrove, C.M. Wright, 5-8, Sr., F: A three-time first-team choice and two-time Co-Player of the Year, the school's career scoring and assists leader averaged 19 points, nine rebounds, five assists, and was a strong defender.

5/8

Coach of the Year

Gloria Liedlich, C. M. Wright: The 12-year head coach directed her team to a 22-0 record in winning county and regional titles, and took it to the state tournament for a second straight year, where it lost in the semifinals.

The first team

Miranda James, C. M. Wright, 5-7, Sr., G: Quickness, agility, and defense increased her value to team well beyond statistics 13.6 points (50 percent from the field), four assists, four steals.

Rachel Simon, Fallston, 5-6, Sr. G: Averaged 10.8 points, five rebounds, four steals, while providing solid floor game, athletic talent, and leadership.

Karen Tiedemann, Fallston, 5-9, Jr., F: Averaged team-high 13.5 points and 7.2 rebounds, as team lost only to C.M. Wright in 14-3 season.

Britney Whitehurst, John Carroll, 6-0, Jr., F: Averaged 11.2 points, 10.6 rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots, providing experience and inside strength for Catholic League entry.

5/8

Second team

Courtney Benner, Fallston, Sr.; Lashona Cooper, Aberdeen, Fr.; Kellie Flynn, Bel Air, Jr.; Jackie Hinson, Bel Air, Sr.; Amy Scotten, North Harford, So.; Jen Westervelt, John Carroll, So.; Lynn Wilkinson, Bel Air, Sr.

Honorable mention

Betsy Blom, C. Milton Wright; Latasha Bond, Edgewood; Suzanne Eyler, North Harford; Amy Goetzinger, John Carroll; Cheri Kragl, Harford Christian; Amanda Moculski, C. Milton Wright.

Pub Date: 3/24/96

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