Vikings' Mia Collins second team all-league


Gracie Freudenthal, Brea Blankenship and Mia Collins, two years ago and barely in focus. Today, all-stars.

Siuslaw senior Mia Collins has been named to the Sky-Em League girls basketball all-star second team.

The Lady Vikings juniors Brea Blankenship and Gracie Freudenthal were honorable mention.

Blankenship also was named to the six-player all-defensive team.

Cottage Grove junior Matty Ladd was player of the year and Britton Reeser of Marist Catholic was coach of the year.

SKY-EM LEAGUE GIRLS BASKETBALL
ALL-LEAGUE 2019-20

Player of the Year — Matty Ladd, junior, Cottage Grove
Coach of the Year — Britton Reeser, Marist Catholic

FIRST TEAM
Matty Ladd, junior, Cottage Grove
Gracie Arnold, sophomore, Cottage Grove
Cienna Hartle, sophomore, Junction City
Jessica Roth, senior, Marist Catholic
Ema Gardner, senior, Cottage Grove
Paige Doerr, freshman, Elmira

SECOND TEAM
Mia Collins, senior, Siuslaw
Kaylin Dea, junior, Marshfield
Ali Bedacht, senior, Junction City
Madison Holmes, freshman, Marist Catholic
Madison Fuller, sophomore, Marist Catholic

HONORABLE MENTION
Brea Blankenship, junior, Siuslaw
Gracie Freudenthal, junior, Siuslaw
Mikaela Blomquist, junior, Cottage Grove
Megan Schatz, senior, Cottage Grove
Malia Williams, sophomore, Marist Catholic
Megan Porter, senior, Elmira
Ashley Feltz, senior, Elmira
Ashlynn Long, freshman, Junction City

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM
Brea Blankenship, junior, Siuslaw
Charlie Dea, sophomore, Marshfield
Paige Reichenberger, senior, Elmira
Mikaela Blomquist, junior, Cottage Grove
Jillian Liebersbach, junior, Junction City
Madison Fuller, sophomore, Marist Catholic

OSAA CLASS 4A GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
First round
Friday
Madras (9) at Cottage Grove (8)
Cascade (12) at La Grande (5)
Junction City (13) at Astoria (4)
Banks (14) at Hidden Valley (3)
Stayton (11) at North Marion (6)
Mazama (10) at Valley Catholic (7)
Gladstone (15) at Baker (2)
Saturday
Phoenix (16) at Philomath (1)




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