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2018-19 Big 7 All-League Basketball Teams Announced
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
03/05/2019

2019 Big 7 All-League Selections – Girls & Boys

The 2018-19 high school basketball season is scheduled to wrap up this weekend with area state tournaments and with that the Big 7 League has released its all-league teams for the season.

Three Big 7 teams are still alive at the 3A state tournament led by the two league champions in the Nemaha Central girls and the Perry Lecompton boys.

The Lady Thunder finished the league schedule 12-3 and placed three players on the first team in seniors Jacy Dalinghaus, Ashley Larkin along with junior Alleigh Kramer.

Right behind Nemaha Central in the final standings were the Sabetha Lady Jays who finished in a tie for second in the league at 11-3 and finished with two players on the first team in senior Hillary Krebs and sophomore Melinna Schumann.

Jeff West finished in a tie with Sabetha for second place in the league and added two players onto the first team in seniors Aaliyah Negonsott and Jordan Negonsott.

The Royal Valley girls finished fourth with a 9-5 record and are another team still alive at state with two players earning first team honors in seniors Mary Broxterman and Kiikto Thomas.

The final two players on the first team on the girls’ side come from Holton and Hiawatha, as the Lady Cats were represented by sophomore Saydee Tanking while the Redhawks are represented by freshman Clara Lindstrom.

On the boys side of the all-league teams the league champion Perry Lecompton Kaws finished 12-1 in the league schedule and were led on the first team by senior Colton Mallonee and junior Blake Farmer.

The Sabetha Bluejays went 12-2 in the league schedule and finished second with two more guys on the first team led by senior Jesse Burger and junior Gabe Garber.

Nemaha Central finished third in the league at 8-6 and were represented by seniors Dalton Schmelzle and Cole Kramer rounding out teams with multiple guys on the first team.

The boy’s side of the league was rounded out by Jeff West, Hiawatha, Royal Valley and Holton who each finished with one guy each on the first team.

For the Tigers it was sophomore Josh Broxterman earning first team honors, while the Redhawks had junior Tyler Brockhoff, the Panthers freshman Nachcs Wahwassuck and the Cats senior Zane Moylan.


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