The selections for All-conference girls basketball for the 2020-21 South Central Conference season were released recently.
Chariton had four players selected to all-conference. Chariton junior post player Avery Hall was a First Team All-SCC selection. Junior point guard Emma Rector was named to the All-SCC Second Team and was the second team’s only unanimous selection.
Junior guard Leah Doran was also named to the All-SCC Second Team. Freshman guard McKenzie Snook was named to All-SCC Honorable Mention.
Centerville, the regular season SCC champion, had three First Team All-SCC selections including two unanimous selections in senior Claire Mathews and junior Mickey Stephens. Centerville sophomore Rachel George was also a First Team All-SCC selection.
Knoxville senior Maggie Wilkins was the third unanimous selection to the All-SCC First Team. Also named to the First Team were Davis County junior Macy Hill and Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont (EBF) sophomore Whitney Klyn.
Along with Rector and Doran, the other All-SCC Second Team selections were Albia senior Hallee Hundman, Centerville senior Claire George, Knoxville sophomore Emma Dunkin, Davis County junior Briley Lough, and EBF senior Brooke Shafer.
Along with Snook, the other players named to All-SCC Honorable Mention were Centerville senior Kyla Moore, Knoxville senior Marley McKay, Knoxville senior Tara Uitermarkt, Davis County sophomore Sophia Young, Davis County senior Morgan Petefish, EBF senior Emalee Davis, EBF junior Rylee German, Clarke senior Kaitlyn Halsband, Clarke freshman Ali Henry, and Clarke freshman Tori Henry.
Centerville won the regular season SCC Varsity girls standings with an 11-1 record. Knoxville was second at 10-2 and Chariton was third at 6-6. Davis County was fourth at 5-7. Clarke and EBF tied for fifth at 4-8. Albia was seventh at 2-10.