Mineral Co. girls earn All-State honors

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Fourteen girls were announced for the 2016-17 Western C Girls All-State selection in basketball. Including Superior’s athlete, junior Kenzie Mueller received first team all-conference and first team all-state. St. Regis senior, Madison Hill also received all-state. Other St. Regis girls awarded was not available by press time.

Alberton freshman, Samantha Cleenger received second team all-conference, Superior’s Madison Mask and Hailey Kelly got second team all-conference.

These Mineral County girls joined the following list of girls for this year’s All-State selection:

Alex Veltkamp, 11, Manhattan Christian

Mesa Williams, 12, White Sulphur Springs

Luisa Locker, 12, Lone Peak

Kailee Oliverson, 11, Twin Bridges

Danyel Martin, 11, Ennis

RaeAnne Bendon, 11, Twin Bridges

Audrey George, 12, Twin Bridges

Alex Bohlman, 12, Seeley Swan

Kenzie Mueller, 11, Clark Fork

Cera Strumpher, 12, Seeley Swan

Madison Hill, 12, Saint Regis

Carly Hergett, 12, Arlee

Cheyenne Nagy, 12, Charlo

Alyssia Vanderburg, 10, Arlee

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