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Girls Basketball: Vote for the 2023-2024 LebCo All-County Team!

The LebCo All-County Basketball Team voting is proudly sponsored by our friends at TJT Sports.


With another fantastic season of high school basketball having recently drawn to a close, we wanted to take some time to honor the top players from the 2023-2024 Girls Basketball season. While many noteworthy performances resulted in SIX LebCo teams making Districts, with THREE going on to States, it took a lot of work to narrow down who we should nominate to be considered as the best of the best. After consulting with each local program, we boiled it down to some great selections. However, we still need your help to choose the LebCo All-County Girls Basketball Team.

Below is a list of twenty nominees for the All-County Team. You are being asked to select your top five choices. After you have reviewed each nominee, please use the link to give your opinion in order to help us make the selections.

If you are unsure as to how each team finished the season, please see down at the bottom for a very brief recap.

Once fan voting is complete, it will be combined with voting from the coaches and the panel to determine which players were chosen for the First Team, Second Team, and Honorable Mention.

It is very important to note that while voting is involved and emotions can run high, the primary purpose is to draw attention to the hardworking athletes who competed for LebCo’s high schools this past season.

Please also note that the nominees are listed by class and then alphabetically ordered by last name. Any athlete we profiled as an Athlete of the Week during the Winter season is hyperlinked


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Read about each of the athletes that have been nominated, then go vote!

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Voting will remain open until Monday, March 25th at 10 pm.

You may vote once per day, per valid email address.


The Nominees

Keely Bowers (Palmyra / Sr.): Averaged 9.5 points, 2.4 assists, and 2.2 rebounds. Her 65 assists led the team. Bowers hit 37 three-pointers and was 73% from the foul line, going 69-94. Named a Mid Penn Keystone First Team All-Star.  


Allie Metzgar (Cedar Crest / Sr.): Averaged 9.7 points per game. Metzgar totaled 54 three-pointers and was the only player in the Lancaster Lebanon League to hit one in each game. She also shot 77% from the foul line, going 27-35. Named a LL Section 1 Second Team All-Star.


Sara Miller (ELCO / Sr.): From the point guard position, averaged 6.4 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals. Was known for being a total team player. On defense, Miller was always assigned the opposing team’s top offensive player and was recognized for her efforts by being named a LL Section 3 Defensive All-Star. She was also selected as a Section 3 Second Team All-Star.


Makenna Seifert (ELCO / Sr.): Averaged 9.9 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 2 steals. Seifert converted on 27 three-pointers and also shot 73% from the foul line, going 24-33. 


Zariyah Whigham (Lebanon / Sr.): Averaged 8.5 points, 9.1 rebounds, 1.2 assists, and 1.4 steals. Of her team-leading 175 rebounds, 88 were on the offensive end of the floor. Whigham finished the season with 38 blocks. Named a LL Section 1 Second Team All-Star and was also selected as a Section 1 Defensive All-Star.


Kendall Cooper (Annville-Cleona / Jr.): Averaged 13.2 points and 11 rebounds, leading the Dutchmen in both categories. Cooper used her speed to create shots and was especially lethal from the mid-range. Named a LL Section 4 First Team All-Star.


Kailah Correa (Lebanon / Jr.): Averaged 19.0 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists, and 2.1 steals. Shot 47% from the field while hitting 41 three-pointers on 35% shooting from beyond the arc. From the free throw line, Correa converted on 74% of her attempts, going 63-85. Named LL Section 1 MVP.


Liliana Harrison (Lebanon / Jr.): Averaged 9.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 1.2 assists, and .9 steals. Harrison totaled 59 blocks to lead the Cedars. Named a LL Section 1 Second Team All-Star.


Riley Hatzfeld (Our Lady of the Cross / Jr.): In 18 games, Hatzfeld averaged 34.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 5.3 steals. She made 61 three-pointers and shot 81% from the foul line. The Lions main offensive weapon, she often had to create her own shots while facing double teams. She had a 50-point performance against Lehigh Valley Charter on her way to leading Our Lady into Districts. Did not play in a league.

Miracle Hershey (New Covenant / Jr.): The junior averaged 11.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 3.5 steals, as the Flames made the District 3 Playoffs, winning one game. Registered two double-doubles and a triple-double. Named to the CCAC All-Conference Team.


Olivia Shutter (Northern Lebanon / Jr.): Led the Vikings with 13.6 points per game. Shutter hit 44 three-pointers throughout the season. Named a LL Section 3 First Team All-Star.


Sarah Ventura (Our Lady of the Cross / Jr.): Averaged 6.6 points and 12.4 rebounds. Ventura provided strong defensive efforts each game. Her work on both ends of the floor resulted in five double-doubles. Did not play in a league.


Olive Brandt (Lebanon / So.): Averaged 11.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists, and 1.9 steals. Shot 83% from the free throw line, going 115-138. Named a LL Section 1 First Team All-Star.


Mya Doster (Palmyra / So.): Averaged 8.7 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 1.9 assists. She was the team leader in rebounds, totaling 255. Playing extremely tough defense, Doster added 54 blocks and 39 steals in 26 games. Named a Mid Penn Keystone Second Team All-Star.


Kenzie Eckhart (ELCO / So.): Led the Raiders in scoring with 11.9 points per game. She also averaged 5 rebounds, 1.5 assists, and 2 steals. From the free throw line, Eckhart went 57-75 (76%). Named a LL Section 3 First Team All-Star. 


Kaila Francis (Cedar Crest / So.): Averaged 9.2 points and 6 rebounds. Shot 73% from the foul line (33-45) and 49% from the field, which included hitting 3 three-pointers. Francis also took five charges during the season. At 6’2”, she only faced two opponents of equal size (Lebanon & Northeastern), averaging 16 points and 6.6 rebounds in those games. Otherwise, Francis often faced double and triple teams as teams collapsed in the paint. Named a LL Section 1 Second Team All-Star.


Addi Salus (Palmyra / So.): Led the team in scoring, averaging 12.6 points per game. Salus added 4.0 rebounds, 1.1 blocks, and 1.7 steals per game. She converted on 23 three-pointers and shot 72% from the foul line, going 51-71. Named a Mid Penn Keystone First Team All-Star.  


Hayley Sheroky (Northern Lebanon / So.): The team’s point guard, Sheroky averaged 8.0 points per game. She totaled 32 three-pointers made. Named a LL Section 3 Second Team All-Star.


Kasey Weimer (Northern Lebanon / So.): Averaged 9.0 points per game. Named a LL Section 3 Second Team All-Star.


Qynne Demler(New Covenant / Fr.): Averaged 22.4 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 2.0 steals. Set New Covenant’s single season scoring record, totaling 515 points in her freshman season. Her offensive output included a 42 point performance against Covenant Christian. Named a selection to the CCAC All-Conference Team.


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Season Recap

Annville-Cleona (13-9) – Finished 9th in District 3 Power Rankings [3A].

Cedar Crest (13-10) – District 3 Qualifier [6A].

ELCO (10-12) – Finished 13th in District 3 Power Rankings [4A].

Lebanon (24-5) – LL Section 1 Champion. 3rd place in District 3 [6A]. State Qualifier.

New Covenant (13-10) – District 3 Qualifier [1A].

Northern Lebanon (19-8) – 4th in District 3 [4A]. State Qualifier.

Our Lady of the Cross (10-7) – District 3 Qualifier [1A].

Palmyra (18-9) – 5th in District 3 [5A]. State Qualifier.



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