Turnage turns in MVP season for Lady Eagles

Lady Eagles sweep top three honors in District 16A

Milano junior Masey Turnage was   named the district's MVP.    Milano junior Masey Turnage was named the district's MVP. The Milano Lady Eagles swept the top three honors in the District 6-A All-District list.

Junior Masey Turnage was the league's most valuable player. Fellow juniors Taryn Love and Allison Dodd were the loop's offensive and defensive MVPs, respectively.

Bremond junior Rachel Ryza was the district's newcomer of the year.

Lady Eagles Stephanie Philpott, Jenna Morgan and Desiree Adrian were named to the first team, while Brittany Compton was second team. Every person on the Milano roster was an alldistrict selection.

Wendy King's Lady Eagles (30- 11, 10-0) repeated as district champions and advanced to the regional quarterfinals for the second consecutive season, falling to No. 3 Cayuga. Mumford, the league's second place team, was defeated in the regional quarters to Malakoff Cross Roads. Bremond was the third place team and lost in the bi-district round to Bosqueville.

All-District 16A District MVP—Masey Turnage, Milano, Jr. Offensive MVP—Taryn Love, Milano, Jr. Defensive MVP—Allison Dodd, Milano, Jr. Newcomer of the Year—Rachel Ryza, Bremond, Jr.

First Team

Stephanie Philpott, Milano, Jr.; Jenna Morgan, Milano, Sr.; Desiree Adrian, Milano, Soph.; Amber Eckenrode, Mumford, Sr.; Sydney Swearingen, Bremond, Sr.; Rachel Screws, Bremond, Sr.; Taylor Ligawa, Chilton, Fr.

Second Team

Brittany Compton, Milano, Sr.; Eron Lee, Bremond, Jr.; Morgan Redus, Bremond, Jr.; Ashley Eckenrode, Mumford, Sr.; Toni Pemberton, Mumford, Sr.; Chanise Shaw, Chilton, Jr.; Ashley Haynes, Chilton, Fr.

Academic all-district

(Milano only) Desiree Adrian, Masey Turnage, Allison Dodd.


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