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    Henley girls reap top honors in Skyline

  • Henley senior Ellie Morgan and head coach Shannon Carlson garnered the top recognition in the all-Skyline Conference girls basketball voting by the conference's coaches.
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  • Henley senior Ellie Morgan and head coach Shannon Carlson garnered the top recognition in the all-Skyline Conference girls basketball voting by the conference's coaches.
    Morgan was player of the year and Carlson coach of the year after the Hornets went 9-1 in league. Henley went 25-4 and won the Class 4A state championship.
    Kenzie Schmoll of North Valley and Jenna King of Hidden Valley made the second team, while Phoenix's Roxy Ramirez and Baylee Toney received honorable mention.
    Schmoll was also on the all-defensive team.
    All-Skyline Girls Basketball
    First Team
    Ellie Morgan, Sr., Henley; Hannah Reynolds, Jr., Mazama; Jackie Gardner, Jr., Klamath Union; Allie Fahner, Sr., Henley; Megan Morris, So., Mazama.
    PLAYER OF THE YEAR — Ellie Morgan, Sr., Henley.
    COACH OF THE YEAR — Shannon Carlson, Henley.
    Second Team
    Callie Porter, Sr., Klamath Union; LeAnn Valenta, Sr., Mazama; Jordin Scholer, Sr., Henley; Kenzie Schmoll, Jr., North Valley; Jenna King, Sr., Hidden Valley.
    Honorable Mention
    Karena Foust, Jr., Mazama; Taylor Glassow, Sr., Klamath Union; Roxy Ramirez, Sr., Phoenix; Baylee Toney, So., Phoenix; Racyne Parker, Jr., Henley; Brittanny Kochenderfer, Fr., Henley.
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