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.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
6’3″ Jr. F., Central Dauphin
A 3-year Rams starter with a season yet to play, Shiery finished ’20-’21 1st in rebounds, 2nd in scoring, and 1st in blocked shots. She’s committed to Division-1 Liberty, and will finish her career at tradition-rich Central Dauphin as one of their all-time greats.
6’1″ Sr. F/C., Bishop McDevitt
One of the key players for one of the area’s top teams, Carter owned the paint no matter who or where she played. She finished 1st in blocked shots, 4th in rebounds, and top-10 in scoring. She will play her college ball at West Chester.
5’5″ Sr. G., Bishop McDevitt
Colbert stamped her stellar career by finishing ’20-’21 near the top in just about every offensive and defensive category. She was 1st in scoring and steals, and 2nd in assists and three-pointers. She eclipsed 1,000 points for her career earlier in the season. Colbert will play collegiately at Shippensburg
5’11” Jr. G., Central Dauphin
Besides her ability to lock down the opposition’s top offensive player, Dickerson was in charge of running a fast-paced offense which pushed the ball at every opportunity. She is a Division-1 commit to Niagara who led the entire area in assists before missing just shy of four full games late in the season due to injury.
5’9″ Sr. G., Mechanicsburg
Gilliard helped lead her Wildcats teams to back-to-back Mid-Penn Keystone division titles while finishing near the top of the area in points, assists, rebounds, steals, and three-pointers. She chose California of Pennsylvania during last off-season to continue her playing career.
6’0″ Jr. G/F., Cumberland Valley
Hill came into her own this year for a team that needed some help in the paint. She was near the top in the area in rebounds and blocked shots, and helped lead her Lady Eagles to both Commonwealth Division and District-3 championships.
5’11” Fr. G., Cumberland Valley
The question for this freshman wasn’t how good she would be, but how soon she’d be very good. Well, it didn’t take long. She ran her team’s offense, finished top-10 in scoring, and assured us that she’s on her way to becoming one of the area’s all-time greats.
5’10” Sr. G., Cumberland Valley
Coming off an all-state junior season after a commitment to Division-1 LaSalle, Julie’s senior year was even more special. Besides reaching 1,000 points for her stellar career, she was a leader on a team who were one of the best in the state.
5’9″ Sr. G., Central Dauphin
A 3-year starter for Coach Randy Gambelunghe’s Lady Rams, LaFrance is a 2-year member of the LG Sports FAB15 first team. She finished in the top-10 in scoring this season, and led the Mid-Penn Conference in three-pointers in each of the past two years. Maddie will play her college ball at Tusculum University in Tennessee
5’10” Sr. F., Cumberland Valley
If there’s one thing we know about this Cumberland Valley two-sport star is that she’s a leader. Oh, and a winner. Yeah, that’s two things. One for each district championship medal she’s earned this year as a the goalkeeper on her school’s soccer team and forward on the basketball team. Miller finished top-15 in the area in scoring, and top-20 in rebounds, but her calling card is probably more along the lines of just how hard she plays…at both ends of the court. Miller will move on to play her college ball…basketball, that is, at Shippensburg.
5’6″ Sr. G., Trinity
Moore’s Lady Shamrocks have done a great deal of winning over her career, and she has been running the offense for all four of those seasons. The topping on the cake for her individually was a ’20-’21 senior season in which she led the entire conference in assists.
6’0″ Sr. G., Trinity
A 4-year starter at Trinity, Stevenson has played at a high level since her freshman season, when she was a starter for a team loaded with talent and experience. Her size makes her a tough assignment for defenses, and coach Kristi Britton likes to assign her to the opposition’s top offensive player. Ava will play her college basketball at Division-1 William & Mary.
6’3″ Jr. C, Trinity
A two-sport star, Trumpy has brought home District-3 gold on the hoops hardwood, and as a middle hitter on Trinity’s 2020 state champion volleyball team. She finished the season top-10 in scoring, and top-5 in both rebounds and blocks.
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5’11” Sr. G, Central Dauphin
When you’re talking about a true both-ends-of-the-court player, Vogel comes to mind. She’s played at a high level for the past three seasons as lockdown defender, but used the ’20-’21 season to hone some of her other skills. The Bloomsburg U commit finished the season at #3 in steals, #5 in assists, top-10 in blocks, top-15 in three-pointers, and amongst the area’s leaders in rebounds.
5’9″ Sr. G., Lower Dauphin
Weigle is another player back for a second season on our FAB15 first team, after playing an impactful role as a leader on a successful Lady Falcons team. She finished as the area’s #7 scorer, along with being top-5 in three-pointers and one of the leaders in rebounds. In terms of pure shooters, you won’t find many better that Weigle.
THE NEXT 12
KATELYN BECKER (Sr.) – Palmyra
EMMA CASTILLA (Sr.) – Mechanicsburg
MEGAN CAVOLI (Jr.) – Central Dauphin
ANNA COULTER (Jr.) – Hershey
JOCELYN DORSEY (Sr.) – Trinity
AMELIA GREEN (Jr.) – Central Dauphin
ELIANA HOSEY (Sr.) – Cedar Cliff
LAUREN KIRSCH (Sr.) – Lower Dauphin
MA’KAYLA LEMELLE (Jr.) – Harrisburg
KENDAL McCALL (Sr.) – Camp Hill
SANAI MOORE (Jr.) – Bishop McDevitt
DIANA MOSTEN (Sr.) – Bishop McDevitt
REAGAN BASEHORE (So.) – Cumberland Valley
ALEXIS BUIE (So.) – Central Dauphin
JAYDEN EAGER (So.) – Mechanicsburg
ALEXIS FERGUSON (Fr.) – Central Dauphin
OLIVIA GRELLA (Fr.) – Bishop McDevitt
GRACEN NUTT (So.) – Mechanicsburg
AH’NAE ROBINSON (So.) – Harrisburg
MANDY ROMAN (So.) – Trinity
PRISCILLA SMITH (So.) – Bishop McDevitt
SYDNEY WEYANT (So.) – Cedar Cliff