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Three Area Girls, One Coach Named to KBCA All-Star Games at Kansas Wesleyan
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
05/01/2019

2019 KBCA Girls All-Star - Rosters

The 2019 high school basketball season was one of the best around Northeast Kansas in quite some time and with that three girls’ athletes and one coach have been selected by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association to compete in the all-star game.

On the white squad two area athletes will represent Northeast Kansas, as Frankfort’s Emilee Ebert and Nemaha Central’s Jacy Dalinghaus were each selected.

Ebert this season helped lead the Wildcats to a share of the Twin Valley League regular season title to go along with an overall record of 21-3 and was named a first team all-state selection by all publications. She averaged just over 17 points per game this season to go along with pulling down nearly eight rebounds per game.

Ebert will be playing basketball at the next level as well, as she signed to play at Division I Missouri State University next year.

As to Dalinghaus she has been named an all-state selection the past two seasons and this year helped lead the Thunder to a Big 7 League title with a 12-2 record and a fourth-place finish at the 3A State Tournament. She averaged over 12 points per game this past season and pulled down nearly five rebounds per game while shooting over 30 percent from 3-point land.

Dalinghaus will be playing basketball and compete in track & field at the next level, as she is signed to attend Cloud County Community College in the fall.

The blue squad will also be well-represented, as the 3A State Champion Royal Valley Panthers will have both Mary Broxterman and Coach Kyle Porter in the games. 

Broxterman was outstanding all season long, but nothing has big as her performance at state where she averaged over 25 points per game scoring a total of 76 points combined between all three Panther wins. She was also named a first team all-state selection by all publications and was also named the 3A State Tournament MVP. 

Coach Kyle Porter was also named as one of the coaches on the blue team after leading the Panthers to the state title and a second consecutive state championship game appearance. Porter accomplished both feats in just his first two seasons at Royal Valley and has quickly emerged as one of the top young coaches in the state. 

The 2019 KBCA All-Star Games are scheduled for Saturday, June 22 at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina with tip off for the girls contest scheduled for 6 p.m..


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