JCD Places Four On 2020-21 ORVC Girls Basketball All-Conference Team

South Ripley, Switzerland County, Rising Sun and Milan were well-represented too.

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(Osgood, Ind.) – Sixteen girls have claimed their spot as one of the top basketball players in the Ohio River Valley Conference.

The ORVC released its 2020-21 ORVC Girls Basketball Awards on Wednesday.

Jac-Cen-Del won the conference championship with a perfect 6-0 record in conference play. Anna Hubbard, Kadee Kuhn, Paige Ledford, and Annabelle Williams represent JCD on the All-Conference Team

Ledford was the conference’s leading scorer at 15.4 points per game. She also led the conference in rebounding at 11.0 per contest.

Williams led the ORVC with 81 assists, while Hubbard had the best field goal percentage at 58 percent.

South Ripley finished second in the conference at 5-1. Rachel Meyer, L.J. McQueen, and Gracie Gunter were named All-Conference.

Switzerland County also had three All-Conference selections in Jessie Duvall, Maddie Duvall, and Keirsten Oeffinger (2020-21 ORVC Mental Attitude Award).  

Rising Sun and Milan rounded out the All-Conference Team with three total selections.

Jac-Cen-Del head coach Scott Smith is the ORVC Coach of the Year.

The full 2020-21 ORVC Girls Basketball All-Conference Team is listed below.

 

Jessie Duvall, Switzerland County

Maddie Duvall, Switzerland County

Ellie Foley, Southwestern

Ashton Goode, Southwestern

Gracie Gunter, South Ripley

Anna Hubbard, JCD

Kadee Kuhn, JCD

Paige Ledford, JCD

Trinity McLain, Southwestern

L.J. McQueen, South Ripley

Rachel Meyer, South Ripley

Baylee Morris, Rising Sun

Kiersten Oeffinger, Switzerland County

Audrey Schmidt, Milan

Annabelle Williams, JCD

Maddi Wilson, Rising Sun

 

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