This article highlighting the Southwest District First, Second and Third Team and Honorable Mentions came out last week in the Wilmington News-Journal, but I wasn’t able to locate it online. We’re proud of our Clinton-Massie players who showed up on the both the boys and girls side, along with the other Clinton County athletes that were represented. Great job all!
Now that the regular season has concluded, the post-season honors are being handed out. Below are a couple of articles from the Wilmington News-Journal. Sydney was also named 1st Team SCOL, but that hasn’t appeared in the paper yet.
Brackemyre second team All-Southwest District
Clinton-Massie sophomore Sydney Brackemyre was named Thursday to the second team Southwest District Division II girls basketball team by The Associated Press.
Brackemyre averaged 18 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 assists per game for the 19-4 Lady Falcons.
Brackemyre named to Dist. 15 all-underclass team
Clinton-Massie’s Sydney Brackemyre was named to the District 15 girls basketball all-stars underclass squad.
Brackemyre, who averaged nearly 18 points per game this season for the Lady Falcons, was the fourth overall vote-getter among freshmen, sophomores and juniors.
Other underclassmen on the team were Elizabeth Haley of Oakwood, Erin Dorn of Bellbrook, Susan Wollenhaupt of Carroll, Breanna Ball of Belmont, Emma Bockrath of Alter, Autumn Worley of Eaton, Janae Curtiss of Thurgood Marshall, Hannah Collins of Valley View and Ciara Poppa of Carroll.
Members of the senior District 15 all-star team are Kelley Austria of Carroll, Raytea Long of Chaminade-Julienne, Allison Bockrath of Alter, Leisha Crawford of Bellbrook, Kendra Moss of Thurgood Marshall, Emily Michael of Chaminade-Julienne, Sharae Grandberry of Meadowdale, Claire Davis of Oakwood, Simmone Gage of Chaminade-Julienne and Shelby Sigman of Bellbrook.