2017-18 ALL-HERNANDO COUNTY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

Springstead’s four-time All-Hernando County selection, Reagan Huden, repeated as Hernando County’s Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
GIRLS BASKETBALL

By TONY CASTRO

HernandoSport.com

Player of the Year – Reagan Huden

Springstead – Senior

Springstead High’s Reagan Huden,tries to drive through Weeki Wachee defenders. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

COMMENTS: Rare four-year starter … Four-time All-County selection … Tabbed Hernando County’s Player of the Year for the second straight winter … Forget her size – it’s 5-foot-3 in stilettos – she has finished first, third and first and third in the county scoring race the past four winters … As a freshman, she carried the team’s offensive burden averaging 17.3 points per game while converting 54 three-pointers … Paced the Lady Eagles in assists (3.3 per game) and steals (4.9 per game) … In 2015-16, due to POY Alyssa Clifton’s presence drawing attention inside, Huden morphed into more of a complete player … She ranked third in the circuit in scoring at 11.6 ppg … Led the county again in three-point conversions (50) … Paced the local circuit in assists (64) and assists per game (2.56). … In 2016-17, despite missing three games to a knee injury, Huden led the local circuit in scoring (personal-best 18.8 ppg), in free throw shooting (74 percent), buried 51 three-pointers (third season with 50+ treys), finished second in steals (3.68 per game) … Has scored 20+ plus points in 19 of her 64 career games played (30 percent) … In 2017-18, she became Springstead’s first female hoopster to eclipse 1,000 career points … Became the first SHS female cager named All-County four times and first repeat SHS Player of the Year … Why? Besides draining a team-leading 367 points in 19 games, she led the county in foul shooting (.756), three-pointers (66), ranked third in the circuit in assists (4.58 per game) – including 11 against Hudson when Batts tallied her career-high 34 points – and ranked fourth in steals (3.47 per game) … Despite being double or triple-teamed (ask Mitchell) she reached double digit scoring in 18-of-19 tilts … Besides depositing 27 points against a pair of regional playoff teams, Mitchell and Weeki Wachee, she tossed in a personal best 33 markers against Central High … After 42 hoop seasons, Huden departed the SHS program as the Lady Eagles’ all-time leader in games played (83), field goals made (458), three-pointers made (221), free throws attempted (341), free throws made (223), highest free throw percentage (.654), total points (1,360), scoring average (16.4), scoring 20+ points (28 times), scoring 10 or more points in 70-of-83 games (84 percent) … She’ll be attending Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers after maintaining a 3.1 unweighted and a 3.3 weighted grade point average.

Jay McNerney
Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

QUOTE: “She’s 5-foot-3 and she broke every record here … She definitely left a legacy … She not only scored 1,000-plus points, but she got her teammates involved … We made the playoffs for the first two times ever because of her efforts … When Yanni (Batts) had her career game (34 points), it was Reagan that fed her (behind 11 assists) … She always put the team first … She was also never a problem … She’s extremely coachable … If she was 5-foot-10, I wouldn’t have to coach … I’m gonna miss her leadership; we had a family atmosphere here … She showed the new girls how things are done here … That helped us care about each other … Fans will miss her points … I’m gonna miss Reagan the person, rather than Reagan the basketball player.”

Springstead’s Jay McNerney

Kevin Bittinger
Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

QUOTE: “Reagan was the type of player who could take over a game … We prepare to press against every team, but you can’t press Springstead because she’s on the court … She sees everything … She’s the best shooter around … If she was 5-foot-10, she’d be a D-I player.”

Hernando’s Kevin Bittinger

Mike Munro
Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

QUOTE: “At Weeki Wachee, we had a whole lot of respect for Reagan … The major part of our game plan was not to stop her, but to keep her under control. For four years, game after game, she influenced the course of every game she played … She was a fighter.”

– Weeki Wachee’s Mike Munro

Emily Gore

QUOTE: “Reagan was a phenomenal player … She has that ability to stretch your defense all the way to the white volleyball line … She can hurt you in many ways … She can beat you off the dribble … Forget her size, she’s tough to defend … She carried her team for four years … Her biggest asset? It’s her scoring ability. Great players also get their teammates involved … In the second game we played ’em this year, she turned it on late and just put the game away. That‘s what great players do.”

NCT’s Emily Gore

Guard – Nakayla Roberts

Hernando – Junior

Hernando High’s Nakayla Roberts concentrates on a foul shot during a home game with Springstead High. Photo by JOE DICRISTOFALO

COMMENTS: One of the premier multi-sport student-athletes in Hernando County … Also played volleyball, softball and participated in track & field … Following her third varsity hoops season, she was named All-County for the first time … Named All-County in basketball, softball and track in 2017-18 … Joined Springstead freshman Kylie Kanaar as one of only two local products named All-County in three sports this season … Broke in as a frosh in 2015-16, playing in 20 games averaging a fine 8.70 points per game … In Year 2, across 24 tilts, she improved to 10.1 points per game … Tremendous third campaign … After her first four games of the season, the 5-foot-6 and ultra-quick Roberts averaged 28 points per game … She ended up etching 16 double-figure scoring efforts across 21 games … She ranked second in the county in points scored (415) and scoring average (19.8) … Set a personal record with 35 points against Central High … Entering her senior year, she’s tallied 831 points … Needs 169 markers to reach 1,000 points scored … Carries a 12.8 ppg average into Year 4.

QUOTE: “Finally matured on the court … Plagued over her first two seasons with foul trouble … When she doesn’t have to worry about getting her fourth foul until the fourth quarter, that’s when she can attack the basket … Her on-court experience has really paid off … No one around here can play with her speed up top … Even the Armwood girls were a step behind Nakayla … She’s learned how to attack a defense; she’ll certainly reach 1,000 points next season … To her credit, she learned more about her body control … She’s scoring more because she’s doing a better job of finishing … Off the court, she never stops playing … She plays all sports and at a very high level … I hope she has another great year … She’s certainly the leader of the team.”

– Bittinger

Weeki Wachee High’s Mykenna Corbett drives the baseline at Springstead High . Photo by JOE DICRISTOFALO

Guard – Mykenna Corbett

Weeki Wachee – Junior

Mykenna Corbett

COMMENTS: Three-year starter … Three-time All-Hernando County pick … Impressive debut as a frosh for the Central Bears … At 5-foot-10, was the No. 1 offensive threat for the thin-rostered Lady Bears … Corbett finished second in the county in scoring behind Springstead center Alyssa Clifton at 12.9 points per game … Also, finished second in three-point shooting, draining 39 treys … She ranked third in the county in blocked shots (1.35 per game). … In Year 2, Corbett missed four games due to an ankle injury … Finished third in the county in scoring at 15.4 points per game … Pumped in a county-leading 63 treys … After scoring 20-plus points four times as a freshman, Corbett scored above 20 points five times in 2016-17 … She tied her career best of 26 markers in the Jan. 23, 2017’s 56-51 win over Springstead … Enjoyed a fine campaign pacing the Hornets to a school record 25-3 2017-18 season … She led the team in games played (28), field goals (159), free throws made (60), free throw percentage (.706), points scored (421) and points per game average (15.0) … Ranked second on the team in three-pointers (43) … Surpassed the 1,000 career point plateau this past winter.

QUOTE: “Is playing alongside two other Hornets (Seytia Hill and Shaleese Vazquez) that will secure 1,000 career rebounds and 1,000 career points … Hard to guard off the dribble … Can drill the three as well as taking it to the rack … All facets of her game were upgraded this season … Statistically, they were all impressively improved over previous seasons … Has the skills and desire to play at the next level.”

– Munro

Weeki Wachee’s, 20, Shayleese Vazquez looks to get around Lecanto High’s Toro Mitchell in the semifinal match at the 6A-7 Tourney in Crystal River. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

Forward – Shayleese “Mama” Vazquez

Weeki Wachee – Junior

Shayleese Vazquez

COMMENTS: Three-year starter … Repeat All-County pick … The 5-foot-10 Vasquez is known for her long arms and feathery jump shot … Must avoid early foul trouble that has plagued her … Will eclipse the 1,000-point career scoring mark and collect over 1,000 career rebounds next winter … Broke in as a freshman in 2015-16 averaging 6.81 points per game … A year later, she averaged 10.8 points per game and 10 rebounds per game … Her career-best effort of 26 points arrived in the regional quarterfinal at Holiday, when she buried 26 points as the Hornets ousted Anclote on Feb. 9, 65-50. … Vasquez also finished second in the county in blocked shots at 1.77 per game behind NCT’s Langley’s 2.77 blocks per game. … In her finest hour, Vasquez recorded a rare triple-double against visiting Hernando on Nov. 29’s 33-25 win behind 15 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals … In Year 3, Vazquez ranked seventh in the county in scoring (11.8) and averaged just under 10 rebounds per game … Behind 61 blocks, she ranked second in the local circuit at 2.18 blocks per game … Talk about consistency, she recorded 18 games in double-figure scoring and 18 games with 10-plus rebounds.

QUOTE: “Mama was a steady performer all season long averaging a double-double for the second straight season … Possesses a sweet mid-range jumper and slashing moves to the iron … An unyielding and durable rebounder… A determined defender, led the team in blocks (61) and was second in steals (56).”

Munro

Weeki Wachee High’s Seytia Hill lays up a shot in the semifinal match against Lecanto at the 6A-7 Tourney in Crystal River. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

Forward – Seytia Hill

Weeki Wachee – Junior

Seytia Hill

COMMENTS: Three-year starter … Three-time All-County hoops selection … Versatile and extremely gifted athlete … Also a two-time All-County pick in volleyball (2016-17) and one-time track & field all-star (2017) … Inherited terrific DNA … Father was an all-around athlete and a feared four-time state placer and two-time state wrestling champion: Corey Hill from Springstead, who tragically passed away in Tampa in 2015 … In 2015-16 as a freshman, Hill played volleyball, basketball and placed seventh in the FHSAA Track and Field Class 2A State Finals in Bradenton in the discus … As a first-year hoopster, the game wasn’t too fast for her as she averaged 7.23 points per game and 9.08 rebounds per game. … As a sophomore in 2016-17, the 5-foot-10 Hill finished second in the team in scoring at 11.2 ppg, swishing 20-plus points twice including a career-best 21 markers in the 5A-7 final 48-43 loss to Crystal River at Weeki Wachee … Hill paced all Hernando County cagers with 333 caroms finishing second overall averaging 11.1 rebounds per game to NCT‘s Kayla Langley’s 11.8 … In 2017-18. Hill ranked ninth in the county in scoring (11.2), hauled down a circuit-leading 370 rebounds, averaging 13.2 boards per game …Hauled down 10 or more rebounds 21 times last winter … Scored 10 or more points 17 times … Will not give an inch under the basket.

QUOTE: “A feared, tenacious and relentless rebounder … Has collected 20 or more rebounds in a game several times … Second year averaging a double-double … Like Vazquez, she’s on track to collect 1,000 points and collect 1,000 rebounds next season for her career … Enters Year 4 as Weeki Wachee’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder … A potential 12-letter winner, will have several opportunities to play beyond high school.”

Weeki Wachee’s Mike Munro

Kayla Langley                                                                           Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

Center – Kayla Langley

Nature Coast Technical – Junior

Kayla Langley

COMMENTS: Three-year starter … Repeat All-County selection … The six-foot southpaw broke in averaging a double-double, scoring 9.91 points per game and 11 rebounds as a freshman in 2015-16 … Without much of a supporting cast, Langley elevated her game as a sophomore this season tallying a circuit-best 479 markers, averaging 18.4 ppg, finishing second behind Springstead’s Reagan Huden in scoring … From the foul line, Langley was a force leading the county in free throw attempts (214), free throws (127) and finishing third in percentage (.593) … Under the glass, Langley averaged a county-best 11.8 rebounds per game She also paced the circuit in blocked shots (2.77 blocks per game). … In a season where Langley scored more than 30 points three times, she poured in 44 markers in the Jan. 17 56-52 win over Lecanto … Elevated her game in Year 3 … Participated in 24 games … After scoring a season-low nine points in the season-opener, she reeled off 23 straight games in double figures … In one four-game stretch, she averaged 32 points per game … Broke the school record with 46 points at home against Inverness-Citrus … Reached the magical 1,000-point scoring plateau against Hernando during the Holiday Tournament at the Michael A. Imhoff Gymnasium … Led the local circuit in field goals (239), scoring (526 points) and points per game (22.3) and double-digit scoring (23 games) … Finished fourth in the county in rebounding (11.4) …Enjoyed 17 double-double efforts in scoring and rebounding.

QUOTE: “Kayla continues to get better … When she gets in foul trouble is when you see her value for this team … You see how much pressure she’s under to score as our team’s No. 1 option …. Everybody in the building knows the ball is going to her … In Year 4, she’s hungry to get a championship … It’s not about the numbers, it’s more about what she needs to do to help us win games … We’ve got to get the little pieces around her … The night she scored 46, I asked her if she wanted to go for 50? She said no, she was good. It’s not all about her. She wants to get her teammates involved … We might get (Alexis) Dross back this year from injury … That would give us another (scoring) option.”

Gore

Milly Jackson                                                                    Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

Utility – Milly Jackson

Hernando Christian Academy – Junior

Milly Jackson

COMMENTS: Four-year letter winner ,,, First-time All-County cager … As an eighth-grader in 2014-15, Jackson paced the Lady Lions in rebounding at 6.4 per games, averaged 6.4 points per game and led the squad in steals (3.7 spg) … In Year 2, she upped her production to 7.9 ppg, 8.0 rpg … In 2016-17, she participated in a career-high 25 games and poured in a personal record 261 points and averaging 10.4 points per game and 7.7 rebounds per game … Pumped a career high 24 markers against First Academy … Last winter, she played in 18 games due to injury … Tallied 210 points averaging 11.7 ppg … Nearly duplicated her personal record of 12 double digit games with 11 (year before she recorded 12) … Ranked eighth in the county in scoring, second in steals (4.33) and fourth in assists (3.22 apg) … Through 81 career tilts on the Emerson Road campus, she’s tallied 745 points … Needs 255 to reach 1,000 … Has averaged 9.20 ppg in her career and has chipped in 33 games finishing in double figures.

QUOTE: “She was disappointed with how things worked out this year due to the high ankle sprain … She was the heart ’n soul of our team …. She’s another coach on the floor … Has tremendous basketball IQ … She got the pedigree from her sister Mary …. Not the biggest player around, but knows how to rebound …. She’s extremely versatile … I can run her at point guard or even spell Maddie (Tyler) at center with Milly …. She’s easy to take for granted because she knows what to do on the court … She’s a very selfless player, very much of a team player and a great kid, too.”

Drummond

Yhanni Batts                                         Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

Utility – Yanni Bates

Springstead – Junior

Yhanni Batts

COMMENTS: Relocated from Duval County First-year varsity letterman for the Lady Eagles … At 6-foot-1, she’s a first-time All-County pick … A walking double-double for SHS … Led the county in rebounding, averaging an eye-popping 16.7 boards per game … While refining her low post moves, she averaged 10.8 points per game … Tossed in a season-high 34 points against Hudson … Hauled down a team-best 28 rebounds against Sunlake.

QUOTE: “Yanni’s strengths include rebounding and running the floor … I see her as a hard worker … She stays late to work on her game … Has put in the extra time … Her work ethic is relentless … One of her biggest strengths is she’s a fast learner … She‘s working on her shot … Her foot work has gotten better… She brings high energy and high character to the team … That’s what I‘ll miss the most next year.”

McNerney

Jay McNerney                                                            Photo by JOE DICRISTOFALO

Coach of the Year – Jay McNerney

Springstead – Fourth Year

Jay McNerney

COMMENTS: Second All-County selection … Voted COY following the 2015-16 campaign … Guided the beleaguered SHS hoops program to back-to-back-to-back winning seasons for the first-time in 42 seasons … In 2015-16 and 2016-17, McNerney guided the Spring Hill cagers to school’s only district finals and pair of regional playoff berths … In 2016-17, SHS claimed its first-ever regional hoop win in Hillsborough County … Lady Eagles finished 6-2 this winter in the county finishing second locally to Hernando County champion Weeki Wachee’s 7-1 slate … On Jan. 16, McNerney earned legendary status … After guiding SHS to an emotional 52-41 nod over archrival NCT in Spring Hill, he took off to Brooksville to fill in as the acting head boys coach against the Sharks. Against all odds, McNerney’s troops stunned the hosts Sharks, 71-64. The loss snapped NCT’s perfect 18-0 run to open the season … After the season, McNerney opted to step down on his own and join SHS Head Coach Matt McGarry as an assistant on the boys’ varsity team for 2018-19.

QUOTE: “I watched the progress of my players. I loved the improvement of Batts, Reagan (Huden) and Nelski. I felt like I was successful in lifting a program to new heights. I was so happy to get a team that could get up to speed playing with someone like Reagan … I’ll admit it, it was hard losing that district semifinal to Mitchell, especially after we led early, 18-2 … Getting into the regional playoffs was great … Beating King to get our first regional win was something I’ll never forget … We really had a family here … I’d like to resurrect that feel with the boys … I realize coaching boys and girls is a different animal … So far, the height of my coming career has to be beating Nature Coast twice in one night … That night was crazy … We were always coming up on the short end of the stick against Nature Coast’s boys until that night.”

McNerney

Mike Munro   Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

QUOTE: “Over the past three years, Jay has been as tough a coach to go against as anyone … But last season, he coached both the girls varsity and boys varsity to wins over always-tough Nature Coast on the same night. That to me, deserves some special recognition.“

Munro

2018 HernandoSport.com

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

– Compiled by TONY CASTRO

Reagan Huden charges up court against the Mitchell High defense . Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Batts, Yhanni

11

Springstead

Utility

Corbett, Mykenna***

11

Weeki Wachee

Guard

Hill, Seytia***

11

Weeki Wachee

Forward

Huden, Reagan****

12

Springstead

Guard

Jackson, Milly

11

HCA

Utility

Langley, Kayla**

11

NCT

Center

Roberts, Nakayla

11

Hernando

Guard

Vazquez, Shayleese**

11

Weeki Wachee

Utility

Player of the Year – Reagan Huden** (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Jay McNerney (Springstead)

**** Denotes four-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2017 HernandoSport.com

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Mike Munro                              Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Bronson, Ali**

12

Hernando

Forward

Corbett, Mykenna**

10

Central

Guard

Hill, Seytia

10

Weeki Wachee

Forward

Huden, Reagan***

11

Springstead

Guard

Langley, Kayla

10

NCT

Center

Lewis, Maddie

12

Central

Utility

Miller, Taylor**

12

Weeki Wachee

Guard

Vazquez, Shayleese

10

Weeki Wachee

Utility

Player of the Year – Reagan Huden (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Mike Munro (Weeki Wachee)

*** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2016 HernandoSport.com

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Alyssa Clifton                                         Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Bronson, Ali

11

Hernando

Center

Clifton Alyssa

12

Springstead

Center

Corbett, Mykenna

9

Central

Utility

Hill, Seytia

9

Weeki Wachee

Utility

Huden, Reagan**

10

Springstead

Guard

Jackson, Mary

12

HCA

Guard

Miller, Taylor

11

Weeki Wachee

Forward

Sesler, Latavea

12

NCT

Forward

Player of the Year – Alyssa Clifton (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Jay McNerney (Springstead)

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2015 HernandoSport.com

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Rita Jarque                                                 Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Huden, Reagan

9

Springstead

Guard

Jarque, Rita***

12

NCT

Center

Jones, Fatima**

12

NCT

Guard

Lewis, Christina**

12

Central

Forward

McGee, Desiree

12

Central

Forward

Sesler, Latavea

11

NCT

Utility

McRae, Tyshea

12

Hernando

Utility

Player of the Year – Rita Jarque (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Emily Gore (Nature Coast Technical)

*** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2014 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Arianna Tankersley
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Anderson, Evelyn**

11

Central

Forward

Enjeneski, Hailey**

12

Springstead

Guard

Jackson, Mary

10

HCA

Guard

Jarque, Rita**

11

NCT

Center

Jones, Fatima

11

NCT

Guard

Jones, Mirandas

11

NCT

Guard

Tankersley, Arianna**

12

Hernando

Forward

Player of the Year – Rita Jarque (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Emily Gore (Nature Coast Technical)

2013 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Anna Poholek                       Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Robinson, Sarah

11

Weeki Wachee

Guard

Enjeneski, Hailey

11

Springstead

Guard

Anderson, Evelyn

10

Central

Forward

Poholek, Anna

11

Springstead

Forward

Lewis, Christina

10

Central

Forward

Tankersley, Arianna

11

Hernando

Forward

Jarque, Rita

10

NCT

Center

Player of the Year – Anna Poholek (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – George Bennett (Springstead)

2012 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Courtney Crawford
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Bossey, Carcy

12

NCT

Guard

Crawford, Courtney***

12

NCT

Center

Drummond, Heather

10

HCA

Guard

Manuel, Remi

12

Hernando

Guard

Plummer, Ebone

11

Hernando

Center

Poholek, Anna

10

Springstead

Forward

Pospisil, Lyndsey

11

Hernando

Forward

Player of the Year – Courtney Crawford (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Emily Gore (Nature Coast Technical)

*** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

2011 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

McKenzie Burns
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Burns, McKenzie ***

12

Central

Guard

Crawford, Courtney**

11

Hernando

Center

Flowers, Brittany

12

Hernando

Guard

Helfand, Alexis

12

NCT

Forward

Raqurra Ishmar**

12

Central

Central

Relaford, Tikiera

12

Central

Forward

Spaulding, Sasha

12

Springstead

Forward

Player of the Year – Raqurra Ishmar ** (Central)

Coach of the Year – Kevin Bittinger (Hernando)

*** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2010 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Raqurra Ishmar
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Brown, Jasmire***

12

Hernando

Forward

Burns, McKenzie **

11

Central

Guard

Crawford, Courtney

10

HCA

Center

Joens, Alyssa**

12

NCT

Forward

Marshall, Jen **

12

NCT

Guard

Raqurra Ishmar

11

Central

Central

Relaford, Tikiera**

11

Central

Forward

Player of the Year – Raqurra Ishmar (Central)

Coach of the Year – Penny Gressick (Central)

*** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2009 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Shareka Maner
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Brown, Jasmire**

11

Hernando

Forward

Burns, McKenzie

10

Central

Guard

Joens, Alyssa

11

NCT

Forward

Maner, Shareka ****

12

NCT

Center

Marshall, Jen

11

NCT

Guard

Morris, Amanda

12

Central

Forward

Relaford, Tikiera

10

Central

Forward

Player of the Year – Shareka Maner (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Travis Lamle ** (Nature Coast Technical)

**** Denotes four-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2008 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Cherikaw Waddy
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Brown, Jasmire

10

Hernando

orward

Browdy, Ronisha**

12

Central

Guard

Brown, Jasmire

10

Hernando

Forward

Griffey, April**

12

Hernando

Forward

Hanshaw, Meredith

12

HCA

Guard

Maner, Shareka***

11

NCT

Center

Wajerski, Lauren**

12

NCT

Guard

Waddy, Cherikan***

12

NCT

Guard

Player of the Year – Cherikan Waddy** (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Travis Lamle (Nature Coast Technical)

*** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2007 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Hilary Fiocca
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Brown, Jasmire

10

Hernando

orward

Browdy, Ronisha

11

Central

Guard

Eberts, Jessica**

12

NCT

Guard

Fiocca, Hilary***

12

Springstead

Forward

Griffey, April

11

Hernando

Forward

Maner, Shareka**

10

NCT

Center

Waddy, Cherikan**

11

NCT

Guard

Wajerski, Lauren

11

NCT

Guard

Player of the Year – Cherikan Waddy (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Jason Montgomery **** (Nature Coast Technical)

**** Denotes four-time All-County selection.

** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2006 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Shareena White
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Browdy, Ronisha

10

Central

Guard

Eberts, Jessica

11

NCT

Guard

Fiocca, Hilary**

11

Springstead

Forward

Maner, Shareka

9

NCT

Center

Waddy, Cherikan

10

NCT

Guard

White, Shareena

11

Central

Guard

Williams, Charleta

12

Hernando

Forward

Player of the Year – Shareena White (Central)

Coach of the Year – Jason Montgomery *** (Nature Coast Technical)

** Denotes three-time All-County selection.

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2005 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Jason Montgomery
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Cagan, Cara**

12

NCT

Guard

Fiocca, Hilary

10

Springstead

Forward

Freeman, Mallory**

12

NCT

Forward

Gill, Sophia

12

Hernando

Guard

Murray, Olivia**

12

NCT

Guard

Osorio, Jessica

12

Central

Guard

Washington, Nikita

11

Hernando

Forward

Player of the Year – Mallory Freeman (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Jason Montgomery ** (Nature Coast Technical)

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2004 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Olivia Murray
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Cagan, Cara

11

NCT

Forward

Freeman, Mallory

11

NCT

Forward

Kumar, Sonia

12

HCA

Guard

Murray, Olivia

11

NCT

Guard

Rivera, Noemi

10

Central

Guard

Rowe, Linda

12

Springstead

Forward

Young, Leslie**

12

Hernando

Center

Player of the Year – Olivia Murray (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Jason Montgomery (Nature Coast Technical)

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2003 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Lori Lessley
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Downing, Samantha

12

Central

Guard

Dunn, Tena

12

Springstead

Guard

LaRocco, Jessica

12

Springstead

Guard

Scott, Sharesa**

12

Central

Guard

Tatham, Tamara**

12

Central

Guard

Young, Leslie

11

Hernando

Center

Player of the Year – Samantha Downing (Central)

Coach of the Year – Lori Lessley (Central)

** Denotes two-time All-County selection.

2002 Hernando Today

All-Hernando County Girls Basketball Team

Bernice Mosby
 

NAME

 

YR

 

SCHOOL

 

POSITION

Matherly, Jaclyn

12

Hernando

Center

Mosby, Bernice

12

Hernando

Center

Robbins, Mindy

12

Springstead

Forward

Scott, Sharesa

11

Central

Guard

Tatham, Tamara

11

Central

Guard

Widboom, Ellen

12

Hernando

Utility

Player of the Year – Bernice Mosby (Hernando)

Coach of the Year – Pete Lahey (Hernando)

 

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