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Ashley Dunbar of Dallas basketball.Don Carey Times Leader Photo
Ashley Dunbar of Dallas basketball.Don Carey Times Leader Photo
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Ashley Dunbar


Senior guard

A repeat TL first teamer, she was the WVC Division 1 Most Valuable Player — her second top honor from the league (she was the Division 2 POY last season). Mountaineers offense ran through her, as she led the team with 11.3 ppg and 4.1 assists per game. Impressive offensive season came despite being her team’s top scorer in just five games. Also had 2.7 steals per contest. Scored career-best 30 to force division playoff, then averaged 14 ppg in the postseason.

Alexis Lewis

Holy Redeemer

Sophomore forward

A repeat TL first teamer, she was the WVC Division 2 Most Valuable Player for a second consecutive season. Scored 19.8 points per game and averaged a whopping 14 rebounds. All-around game was evident in her 4.5 assists and 4.6 steals. Will break the 1,000 career point mark early next season after scoring at least 20 points in 14 games this season. Shot 76.4 percent from the free-throw line. Polished playoff performer sports a 20.3 career scoring average in postseason after leading her team to state second round.

Rebecca Rutkowski


Junior forward

The WVC Division 1 Co-Player of the Year paced the Comets in scoring and rebounding this season. She finished the season with 16.6 ppg, 12 rebounds and 6.5 blocks per game. Down the stretch, she averaged 21 points in her final eight regular-season games. Had a couple of triple-doubles, including the first of her career in December at Wyoming Area (19 points, 18 rebounds, 11 blocks). Had a stretch of five straight 20-point games in the season’s second half.

Kayley Schinski


Senior guard

The WVC Division 2 Player of the Year after leading the Trojanettes to the division championship game. She led her team with 12.5 ppg and grabbed five rebounds per game. Dangerous from long distance, she led the conference with 53 three-pointers made — 2.2 per game — helping Nanticoke to be the league’s top team from behind the arc. Scored 16 ppg during the postseason. Posted eight games of at least 15 points this season. She averaged 2.3 steals per game for the best defensive team in the conference.

Brea Seabrook


Sophomore forward

The WVC Division 3 Most Valuable Player, she led the Grenadiers to the state tournament for the first time since 2008. Averaged 15.4 points and 12 rebounds per game this season. Complete player recorded five assists and 4.5 steals per game. Despite her youth, raised her game in the postseason, averaging 19.6 points in her first five career playoff games. Scored in double figures in 17 of her final 18 games. Had five 20-point games, including three of her last five starts.

Cayle Spencer


Sophomore forward

A TL second teamer last season, she was a WVC Division 2 first team selection this season. Led the conference at 20.0 points per game, scoring inside (44 percent from the field) and out (16 three-pointers, 55 percent behind the arc). Pulled down 5.3 rebounds per game and had 2.0 steals per contest. Shot 70 percent from the free-throw line while making a WVC-best 143 free throws — more than five teams in the conference.

Alivia Womelsdorf


Senior center

A TL second teamer last season, she followed a junior campaign in which she was the WVC’s leading scorer with her third consecutive season averaging a double-double. Finished this season at 16.5 points per game and 10 rebounds. Career 1,000-point scorer also averaged 2.5 blocks this season. WVC Division 3 Co-Player of the Year had 15 games of at least 15 points, and led her team in scoring in all but five games.

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