GameTimePA.com girls' basketball all-stars
The top YAIAA athletes from the 2015 season, as selected by the GameTimePA.com staff
Meet the all-stars
First-team all-stars capsules, Coach of the Year, second team and honorable mention lists
Introducing the YAIAA girls basketball all-stars, as selected by the GameTimePa.com staff
Kate Bauhof, York Catholic, so.
The sophomore was expected to take a step forward, but she might have even exceeded those expectations. Bauhof led the league in scoring average with 21.7 points and surpassed the 40-point mark in multiple games. She also finished second in the league with 59 3-pointers.
Courtney Dimoff, Red Lion, sr.
The highlight of Dimoff's season might have been scoring the game-winner against Central in the YAIAA title game, but there were plenty of other accolades as well. The Millersville commit ranked fifth in scoring (14.7), first in free-throw percentage (87) and first in 3-pointers made (78).
Jordyn Kloster, Northeastern, sr.
At times, it seemed Kloster was the only Bobcat who could score, but the Millersville commit certainly scored in bunches. Kloster was typically the best player on the floor, evidenced by her average of 17.3 points per game.
Kaelyn Long, New Oxford, jr.
Behind Long's 15.5 points, the Colonials returned to the district playoffs and won a preliminary round game for the second straight season. Along with Bauhof and Saxton, Long will return as one of the league's premier players in 2016-17.
Emma Saxton, Central York, jr.
Saxton was one of the best two-way players in the league this season. She guarded the opponent's best player every night and still averaged 13.4 points on the offensive end while leading Central to a 23-6 record.
Chyna Steele, William Penn, sr.
In her final season at William Penn, Steele made sure her name would be on the all-time scoring banners hanging in William Penn's gym. She also helped lift the Bearcats to a surprising 15 wins and a district playoff berth. Steele also averaged more than 18 points.
Ashley Stone, Susquehannock, sr.
The Warriors were one of the biggest surprises this season, going 21-4 and winning a division title. Stone was at the forefront of that effort, averaging 12.5 points. Stone's head coach praised her throughout the season for lifting the Warriors when they needed it most.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Larry Corbin, William Penn
No one could have seen the Bearcats improving from 7-15 in 2014-2015 to 15-10 in 2015-2016. Corbin turned William Penn from a mediocre team to a YAIAA playoff team and district playoff qualifier.
Molly Day, York Suburban
Taylor Geiman, South Western
Haley Luckabaugh, New Oxford
Amy Maciejewski, Red Lion
Hannah Myers, Eastern York
Ally Shipley, Delone Catholic
Nikson Valencik, Central York
Bermudian Springs: Kenzie Farley. Biglerville: Liz Burke. Dallastown: Julia Sutton. Delone Catholic: Elise Knobloch. Fairfield: Abby Herring. Hanover: Lexi Daley. New Oxford: Breanne Sauter. South Western: Jacey Shipley. Susquehannock: Tyler Williams. Dover: Rajah Fink. West York: Morgan Bamberger. William Penn: Madey-Zania Redman.
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See the rest of the fall all-stars and find out when to look for them in print.
In the York Daily Record on March 30 | In The Evening Sun on March 31
In the York Daily Record on March 31 | In The Evening Sun on April 3
In the York Daily Record on April 1 | In The Evening Sun on April 5
In the York Daily Record on April 2 | In The Evening Sun on April 5
In the York Daily Record on April 3 | In The Evening Sun on April 3
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