Swanson, Joseph earn all-conference honors

Sophomore guard Lexi Swanson and senior guard Brooke Joseph were honored in Trailways South all-conference girls basketball voting held recently.

Swanson earned second team honors after leading the Bluejays in scoring average (11.2 points per game) and rebounding (10.5) and shared the team lead in assists with Hannah Budig with 1.3 per game. Swanson finished a close second to the league’s Player of the Year, Parkview senior Taylor Burrell, in rebounding average. Burrell’s average was 10.9.

Joseph was third on the team in scoring with five points per game.

Deerfield won the conference with a 12-0 record, followed by Palmyra-Eagle at 9-3, Parkview at 7-5, Abundant Life/St. Ambrose and Williams Bay each at 6-6, Johnson Creek at 2-10 and Madison Country Day School at 0-12.



Girls Basketball

First Team

Taylor Burrell, Parkview, senior

Ally Czeshinski, Palmyra-Eagle, junior

Stephanie Siewert, Deerfield, freshman

Addy Schmiesing, Abundant Life/St. Ambrose, senior

Moli Haak, Deerfield, freshman

Jenna Olin, Parkview, sophomore

Second Team

Maeya Bakke, Abundant Life/St. Ambrose, senior

Lexi Swanson, Johnson Creek, sophomore

Taelyn Smith, Williams Bay, senior

Hannah Steinbach, Palmyra-Eagle, senior

Brooke Joseph, Johnson Creek, senior

Honorable mention

Breanna Ezzell, Deerfield, sophomore

Sara Donoso, Madison Country Day, sophomore

Kyler Koutsky, Palmyra-Eagle, sophomore

Ally Fredrick, Palmyra-Eagle, junior

Hannah Rabenhorst, Williams Bay, senior

Margaret Higgins, Williams Bay, freshman

Annika Pfeil, Williams Bay, senior

Player of the Year — Taylor Burrell, Parkview, senior

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