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Girls Basketball

Lakelyn Bouldin
Lakelyn Bouldin , First Team

School: Van Buren County

Junior-Guard-The Class A Miss Basketball finalist averaged 23 points, Freshman.4 rebounds, 3 assists and 2.7 steals per game, helping her team reach the state sectionals.

Kaleigh Clemons
Kaleigh Clemons , First Team

School: Baylor

Junior-Guard-The three-year starter averaged 13.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 7.1 assists and 3.5 steals per game this season in becoming the Lady Red Raiders' first Miss Basketball award winner and helping her team reach the state tournament semifinals.

Bethany Headrick
Bethany Headrick , First Team

School: Ringgold

Junior-Post-The Georgia Region 6-AAA player of the year led the Lady Tigers into the Class AAA playoffs with averages of 18.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, 2 assists and and 3 steals.

Jacobi Lynn
Jacobi Lynn , First Team

School: McMinn Central

Sophmore-Guard-She helped her team reach the Class AA state tournament with a team-leading 18.5 points as well as 3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2 steals per game.

Aryn Sanders
Aryn Sanders , First Team

School: Signal Mountain

Junior-Wing-She led the area with a 24.3 points per game scoring average and added 4.Freshman steals per game as well for the Lady Eagles.

Akia Harris
Akia Harris , Second Team

School: GPS

Junior-Guard

Rhyne Howard
Rhyne Howard , Second Team

School: Bradley Central

Freshman-Forward

Jana Johns
Jana Johns , Second Team

School: Calhoun

Sophmore-Guard

Abigail Mabry
Abigail Mabry , Second Team

School: LFO

Senior-Guard

Jamee Ward
Jamee Ward , Second Team

School: Brainerd

Junior-Guard

Catherine Davis
Catherine Davis , Third Team

School: Bledsoe Co

Senior-Forward

Sydnie  Parker
Sydnie Parker , Third Team

School: Calhoun

Junior-Forward

Sarah Reid
Sarah Reid , Third Team

School: Dade Co

Senior-Post

Sandrea Sylman
Sandrea Sylman , Third Team

School: Central

Senior-Wing

Lennex Walker
Lennex Walker , Third Team

School: CSAS

Sophmore-Wing

Margaret Stockburger
Margaret Stockburger , Coach

School: Ringgold

In just two seasons at Ringgold, the veteran coach and former player has lifted the Lady Tigers from zero wins the year before she took over to six wins her first season to 23 this year. The secret, she says, is really no secret at all. "The girls deserve all the credit because they've put in all the hard work," Stockburger said. "We had a great season, but the big thing is they aren't satisfied. We had some unfinished business they will look to take care of next year." Ringgold, after reaching the Georgia Class AAA second-round playoffs, returns all five starters next year.