Below are our FAB15 all-star teams, along with the NEXT12 (Honorable Mention) and FUTURES (Up-and-Coming Freshmen and Sophomores). The lists are alphabetical after Players-of-the-Year.
CO-PLAYER OF THE YEAR
5’5″ SR. G., Middletown
One of the area’s top guards over the past three seasons, Fitzpatrick led the Mid-Penn conference in scoring average by a ton. She eclipsed 1,000 career points as a junior, broke her school’s all-time girls scoring record as a senior, and finished with 1,614 career points. Kate is a two-sport star who will move on to Millersville University to play both basketball and softball.
CO-PLAYER OF THE YEAR
5’9″ Jr. G., Central Dauphin
One of the area’s best pure shooters, LaFrance is a leader on a team full of high-quality players. Her 76 three-pointers by far led the conference, while her ability to handle the basketball under pressure helped her team close out plenty of big games this season. The college offers are beginning to roll in for Maddie, with another season in green and white ahead for her.
CO-PLAYER OF THE YEAR
6’0″ Jr. G., Trinity
Stevenson has been on the radar for what seems like forever in Central PA high school basketball, and is still only a junior. Her calling cards are great shooting range and the ability to cover the opposition’s best offensive player. Ava gave a verbal commit to Division-1 William & Mary earlier this year.
5’4″ Jr. G., Bishop McDevitt
’19-’20 was a coming-out season for Colbert, as she transitioned from role player to team leader and her Crusaders most productive offensive weapon. Lightning quick hands and feet compliment her shooting range. Look for Taja to help elevate her team to a level with the best in the area next year.
5’8″ Jr. G., Mechanicsburg
One of the area’s most difficult defensive assignments, Gilliard went from darned good in ’18-’19 to our choice for Keystone division MVP this year. Her ability to handle the ball and make shots from all over the court help define her as clearly one of the elite offensive players we’ve seen. Look for Talia’s Wildcats to follow up this season’s division title with another deep run in ’20-’21.
5’10” Jr. G., Cumberland Valley
Jekot is a player who wants the ball at big moments, and has the mettle to deliver. She helped lead her Eagles team to a District-3 6A title as a sophomore, and still has a season remaining to help get them back there. Julie is a LaSalle University commit who is joining our FAB15 1st team for the second straight year.
5’6″ Sr. G., Susquehanna Twp.
On a team full of talent who delivered a second place finish in a very competitive Keystone division, King is the player who provided a little bit of everything. She contributes in all phases on the offensive end, and can handle the assignment of covering the opposition’s best offensive guard.
5’10” Jr. F., Cumberland Valley
One of the strongest and most athletic players in our field, Miller has big-game experience beyond her years. She’s a repeat selection for our FAB15 1st team, and her school’s District-3 runners-up starting soccer goalkeeper to boot. Simply put, if you want to see one of the area’s best female athletes, comet and watch CV’s Abbie Miller play one of her sports.is a feature block that you can use to highlight features.
6’0″ Sr. F., Cumberland Valley
Here’s another Lady Eagle who’s been making major contributions at the varsity level since her freshman season in red and white. There’s no wasted energy for Sauve. She has great footwork around the basket, is a strong mid-range shooter, and makes her free throws.
6’3″ So. F/C., Central Dauphin
A second year starter in a program loaded with talent, Shiery helped her team to one of the most success seasons in school history. Amongst the Mid-Penn’s leaders in scoring, rebounds, and blocks, Caroline still has two seasons remaining to help her Lady Rams keep winning, and to attract the Division-1 college offers.
6’2″ So. F/C., Trinity
If you looking for textbook play in the paint, Trumpy is the player to watch. She’s as good as they come in the district at playing with her back to the basket offensively, and still just a sophomore. She moves well with and without the ball, and has a great mid-range jumper. Nothing but upside for one of the area’s best bigs.
5’11” Jr. G/F., Central Dauphin
On a team who plays some of the best competition around, Vogel is the Lady Ram who covers the opposing team’s top offensive player. And with her athleticism and ideal size, she can stick with the guards as well as the bigs. But don’t just rest on her defense. Izzy stepped up offensively as well this season in some of her team’s biggest games.
6’0″ Sr. G/F., Central Dauphin
Weigl is the player who figures out where her team needs her most on a given night, and contributes accordingly. She’s among the area’s leaders in points and rebounds, and has great shooting range for a player her size. She has great vision, and the talent to play multiple positions on both ends of the court. Audrey is off to Lock Haven University in the fall to continue her basketball career.
5’9″ Jr. G., Lower Dauphin
On a team left with some question marks following a head coaching change and roster turnover, Weigle was one of the players who helped to keep the Lady Falcons in the conversation with the area’s best. Katie can make shots from anywhere, and came up big this season at some of her team’s biggest moments.
5’10” Jr. F., Susquehanna Twp.
Where teammate King (above) was the glue up top, Woodson held down the fort around the basket. Her well-rounded play was a primary reason her Lady Indians became one of the area’s top teams this season. Taryn was among the Keystone division’s leaders in points, rebounds, and blocked shots.
THE NEXT 12
KATELYNN BECKER – Palmyra
MYA CARTER – Bishop McDevitt
LAUREN DORSEY – Trinity
BRAYLEE FETTEROLF – Trinity
ELIANA HOSEY – Cedar Cliff
TREASURE JOHNSON – Susquehanna Township
LAUREN KIRSCH – Lower Dauphin
HALEIGH LACKNER – Central Dauphin
JAYLIN MOORE – Trinity
LOGAN NUTT – Mechanicsburg
AZIYAH RORIE – Steel-High
KIAIRAH SINGLETON – Harrisburg
EMMA CASTILLA – Mechanicsburg
MEGAN CAVOLI – Central Dauphin
ANNA COULTER – Hershey
MARLIE DICKERSON – Central Dauphin
AMELIA GREEN – Central Dauphin
DEJAH HILL – Cumberland Valley
JALASIA HULL – Steel-High
AHNAE ROBINSON – Harrisburg
MANDY ROMAN – East Pennsboro
ZOE SMITH – Palmyra