2023 Girls Basketball Finalists
Waller was one of the top players in the SEMO Conference this season. She was the focal point of many opposing teams' gameplans and she manages to lead the Indians to a 21-8 season that ended in the quarterfinals of the Class 6 State Tournament. With Waller graduating, she is sure to leave a massive void in 2023-24.
Rubel was once again outstanding for the Bulldogs in 2022-23. Rubel was a key piece offensively in the 23-7 season the Bulldogs had that saw them take 4th place in the Class 5 State Tournament. Rubel will now go on to play at the Division 1 level at UT Martin with her sister, Lexi.
After missing part of the 2022-23 season, Horton returned and provided a major spark to the Tigers' offense. Horton was a threat from behind the arc as well as around the rim. The Tigers finished the season 16-12.
The Holcomb junior was awarded Bootheel Conference POY after helping lead the Lady Hornet basketball team to a 15-10 season averaging 17.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2 steals per game. Danley shot 70.2 percent from the free throw line, 38.8 percent from the field and 22 percent beyond the arc. Danley was awarded All-Conference and All Class 2, District 1 honors.
The sophomore sensation earned All-SEMO Conference honors after leading the conference in scoring with a 20.7 points per game average. Hammontree shot 56 percent from the field, 82.1 percent from the free throw line, and 43 percent from 3-point range. She also demonstrated her playmaker and all-around talent by averaging 8.2 assists per game.
The sophomore was an integral part in the Cardinals’ run to the Class 3 State Tournament. Barks and Woodland finished the year winning six of their last seven games. Barks will return for her junior year with the chance to get back to the state tournament in 2023-24.
A prolific scorer, Kearbey led East Carter to the Class 2 state quarterfinals and to its first district title since the 1990s earlier this year. She also earned all-state, all-district and all-Ozark Foothills Conference honors.
Redus helped the Donettes repeat as district and Ozark Foothills Conference this season. For her efforts, she was named all-district and all-OFC.
The Culver-Stockton signee will join her older sister on the Wildcats’ roster next season. She led the Lady Eagles to a 16-10 record this past season while averaging more than 16 points and seven rebounds per game. Her exceptional skill also earned her recognition as an all-state, all-conference and all-district player. Webb was named the POY for Class 2, District 3.
Holweg was one of the standouts on an impressive Delta squad. Holweg was dynamic offensively and a solid defender. Holweg and Delta finished the year 25-4 and made it to the Class 1 State Tournament. Just a junior, Holweg is sure to be a force next season for the Bobcats.