Valley Sports Report for Penn York Valley





IAC GIRLS BASKETBALL: S-VE DUO NAMED FIRST-TEAM DIVISIONAL ALL-STARS; TWO TIOGA, ONE S-VE PLAYERS EARN SECOND-TEAM HONORS (2018-03-02)

Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — S-VE seniors Mackenzie Grube and Ari Blaasch were named to the IAC South Small School Division first-team all-star team, while one of their teammates, and two Tioga players were named to the second team in recent voting by the division’s coaches.

S-VE senior Daysha Rorick, and Tioga seniors Madi Teribury, and Grace Manwaring were named to the second team.

O-M’s Olivia Grover was named the division MVP.

FIRST TEAM
Mackenzie Grube, senior, S-VE:
A three-time all-star, Grube is a relentless whirlwind of action on the court, whether it’s on defense, or on the boards.

She averaged 10.5 points per game, and led the team with 8.5 rebounds, 3.4 steals, and 3.1 assists per game.

Ari Blaasch, senior, S-VE: Tremendously athletic, Blaasch is a dangerous scorer from behind the 3-point arc, and taking the ball to the bucket, especially in transition.

She led the team with 11 points per game. She also also averaged 2.9 assists per game, and shot 41 percent from behind the 3-point line.

Also named to the first team were O-M seniors Nakiaha Robinson and Gillian Clark, and Candor senior Shaylin Heidl.

SECOND TEAM
Grace Manwaring, senior, Tioga:
A dangerous 3-point shooter, Manwaring had a knack for knocking down big shots for the Lady Tigers.

Manwaring led team with 9.6 points per game, and 30 3-pointers. She also averaged 3.1 rebounds per game, and  had 14 steals, seven blocked shots, and six assists on the season.

Daysha Rorick, senior, S-VE: A dangerous 3-point shooter, Rorick displayed a good all-around game throughout the season,

Rorick averaged 9.8 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 1.9 steals per game.

Madi Teribury, senior, Tioga:
A good rebounder with a nice mid-range jumper, Teribury started on varsity for four years.

Teribury led team with 5.6 rebounds per game, and also scored 5.3 points per game. She also averaged 1.6 steals, and 1 assist per game, and led the team with nine blocked shots.

Also named to the second team were Candor junior Searra Allen, and Newfield freshman Katie Morevac.

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IN PHOTO: S-VE’s Mackenzie Grube (left) and Ari Blaasch. … VSR STOCK PHOTOS.

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