Four players earn postseason honors

By: 
Alan Brake
Four players earn postseason honors

Montgomery County had four basketball players earn all-conference honors. Pictured, from left, are Hannah Prior, Anna Henke, Taylor Flake and Carson Parker.

Four Montgomery County basketball players earned post-season honors for the 2018-19 season.  
 
Seniors Anna Henke and Hannah Prior and junior Carson Parker received Eastern Missouri (EMO) All-Conference honors and Missouri Class 3 District 8 All-District honors, while sophomore Taylor Flake earned all-conference recognition.
 
These players were nominated for these honors by Head Coaches Joe Basinger (girls) and Scott Kroeger (boys). The players were then selected to these teams by a vote of the other coaches in EMO Conference (10) and the District 8 Tournament (6).  The selections are based on the player’s statistics and performance throughout the whole season. 
 
Anna was selected to the EMO All-Conference first team and the District 8 All-District team. This is the third consecutive year that Anna has earned both of these honors. 
 
Anna led the Lady Wildcats in scoring for the season with 256 points, 3-point shots made (27), free throws made (56) and steals (51), and was second on the team in assists (56).
 
Carson was also selected to the EMO All-Conference first team and the District 8 All-District team, which is the first time he has received these honors.  Carson led the Wildcats in scoring with 481 points, in 2-point shots made (195), free throws made (88), rebounds (278), steals (37), and blocked shots (33). He was second on the team in assists (41).
 
Hannah was selected to the EMO All-Conference second team and the District 8 All-District team, which is the first time she has received these honors. Hannah led the Lady Wildcats in assists with 107. She was second on the team in points scored (242), 2-point shots made (69), 3-point shots made (19), free throws made (47), rebounds (108) and steals (36).
 
Taylor was selected to the EMO All-Conference second team, which is the first time she has received this honor. Taylor led the Lady Wildcats in 2-point shots made with 98, total shots made (102) and rebounds (148). She finished third on the team in scoring (235).  
 
 

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