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Macomb County, Wayne County

March 27, 2013

Girls hoops players honored with All-League status

By Jason Carmel Davis
C & G Sports Writer

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Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse's Carly D’Almeida (25) has been named MVP of the MAC White Division for the 2012-13 season.

The 2012-13 Macomb Area Conference girls basketball season has come to a close, with squads in the 36-team league seeing varying results.

A number of players from each MAC team have been named to All-League teams for their various divisions.

Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year honors have been handed out, as well.

Here’s a division-by-division breakdown of each honor team.

MAC Red
Grosse Pointe South’s Claire DeBoer earned league MVP honors, with her coach, Kevin Richards, being named MAC Red Coach of the Year.

All-League honorees are DeBoer and Cierra Rice, South; Cris Harper and Ashley Nickens, Utica Ford II; Kylie Townsley, Olivia Savage and Rio Dudgeon, Macomb Dakota; Maria Liddane and Taryn Kiah, Grosse Pointe North; Lindsey Herndon, Romeo; and Tiffany Misch, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley.

South went 12-0 to win the league. Dakota finished second at 9-3, followed by Ford (8-4), North (6-6), Romeo (5-7), Chippewa Valley (2-10) and Sterling Heights Stevenson (0-12).

MAC White
Carly D’Almeida, of Harrison Township, L’Anse Creuse was named league MVP. Port Huron Northern coach Mark Dickinson earned Coach of the Year honors.

All-League honorees are D’Almeida and Leeza Donald, L’Anse Creuse; Bethany McCord, Nicole Propst and Haley Hoffman, Warren Cousino; Casey Fealko, McKenzie Lance, Becca Richard and Kaity Lawson, Port Huron Northern; Natalie Nowak, Utica Eisenhower; and Courtney Ingles, St. Clair High.

Port Huron Northern and Cousino finished 11-1 to share the league title, followed by L’Anse Creuse (8-4), Eisenhower (5-7), St. Clair (4-8), Port Huron High (3-9) and Utica High (0-12).

MAC Blue
Macomb L’Anse Creuse North’s Marisa Oleksiak took home league MVP honors, while Sterling Heights High coach Rick Repicky was named Coach of the Year.

All-League honorees are Oleksiak, De’Asia Clark and Keearra Brown, LCN; Sadé Lemons, Julianna Trombley and Dayshia Vance, Sterling Heights; Leah Charrette, St. Clair Shores Lakeview; Rachel DeLuca and Vicki Visger, Fraser; Vicki Guzowski, Warren Woods Tower; and Aja Williams, Roseville.

Sterling Heights and LCN went 11-1 in league play to share the MAC Blue title. Lakeview and Fraser were next at 7-5, respectively, followed by Tower (4-8), Roseville (2-10) and Fitzgerald (0-12)

MAC Gold
Madison Valko, of Marysville, earned league MVP honors, with her coach, Ryan Rathje, being named Coach of the Year.

All-League honorees are Valko, Taylor Hornbacher and Emily Garrow, Marysville; Sydney Morgan, Carly Vargo and Paige Plotzke, St. Clair Shores Lake Shore; Markela Snipes, Tiasia Duplessis and Rosetta Bryant, Mount Clemens; Cami Bidinger and Kendall Stoll, Anchor Bay; and Kristyn Bawol, Warren Mott.

Marysville went 11-1 to capture the league title. Lake Shore placed second with a 10-2 mark, followed by Mount Clemens (9-3), Anchor Bay (6-6), Mott (4-8), Marine City (2-10) and Lincoln (0-12).

MAC Silver
St. Clair Shores South Lake sophomore NaKyra Jordan won league MVP honors. Center Line coach Trevor Warczinsky was named Coach of the Year.

All-League honorees are Jordan, Nyshah Brown and Taylor Pitts, South Lake; Crystal Thomas and Jade Smith, Center Line; Taylor Kelly and Alexias Hilliard, Madison Heights Lamphere; Rolanda Petty, Clinton Township Clintondale; Micaeh McGlaum, New Haven; Daniella Marsee, East Detroit; and Dasha Gould, Madison Heights Madison.

South Lake finished 13-1 to win the league. Center Line came in second at 11-2, followed by Lamphere (10-4), Madison (7-7), East Detroit (7-7), Clintondale (4-10), Clawson (2-12) and New Haven (1-14).

You can reach C & G Sports Writer Jason Carmel Davis at jdavis@candgnews.com or at (586)498-1107. Twitter Follow Jason on Twitter.