|
|
The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch - Sleepy Eye, MN
  • Girls basketball All-Conference, All-Academic selections

  • Two members of the Sleepy Eye Public girls basketball team were selected to the Tomahawk All-Conference Team for their performances during the season.
    • email print
  • Two members of the Sleepy Eye Public girls basketball team were selected to the Tomahawk All-Conference Team for their performances during the season.
     
    Senior Claire Krumbach was named to the All-Conference Team after she put up 171 points this year. She also had 125 total rebounds, 32 assists, and tied for second in the conference in blocks with 37. It is the third time Krumbach has been selected to the All-Conference Team.
     
    The only other girls basketball athlete in Sleepy Eye to make it to the All-Conference Team was sophomore Josie Schieffert. Schieffert not only led the conference in blocks with 74, but she also took second in field goal percentages over the year, making 52.5 percent of her shots. Schieffert made 68.9 percent of her free throws and totaled 199 points this season. She was also fourth in the conference in rebounds with a total of 179.
     
    Meanwhile, senior Nikki Carr of St. Mary’s and junior Justine Gonzalez of Sleepy Eye Public were named Honorable Mention All-Conference. Carr led the Knights with 145 points this season along with 27 assists and 32 steals. Gonzalez totaled 196 points and had 25 assists and 45 steals. She also made 13 3-pointers and had 15 blocks.
     
    Other local leaders include senior Larissa Helget, who scored 179 points and recorded 49 steals this year. Senior Jamie Marti added 33 steals. Junior Becca Schmitz recorded 171 rebounds while Sabrina Portner had 124. Junior McKayla Ahlrich was fourth in the conference in 3-pointers, throwing in 19 of them this year. She also had 104 rebounds and 135 points.
     
    For team stats, the Indians took fourth overall in team offense, recording a total of 883 points on the year. They placed third in free throw percentages, shooting 65.2 from the line. They were also third in 3-point percentages after going 52-for-195. The Indians also took second in total field goal percentages, putting in 38 percent. For St. Mary’s, the Knights were third in the team rebounds category after recording 626 rebounds in the season.
     
    Academically, several Sleepy Eye athletes were named to the All-Academic Team. Members of the varsity squad with a GPA of 3.75 or higher were named to the team. For St. Mary’s, juniors Tori Anderson, Laura Pelzel, Schmitz and Portner were all selected, as well as seniors Mariah Salfer and Carr.
     
    For Sleepy Eye Public, juniors Bethany Seifert and Ahlrich made the team, along with Schieffert.
     
    Congratulations to all of the athletes on both Sleepy Eye teams for great seasons.

        calendar