Sports in Kansas has released the 2020 Craw-Kan "Your Community Technology Partner" Southeast Kansas All-Area Girls Basketball Team. Players are made up from the CNC, SEK and TRL leagues in Kansas, plus Erie out of the TVL- these are schools in the Craw-Kan coverage area. Every week Sports in Kansas releases a "Craw-Kan Team of the Week" from the Southeast Kansas area. Selections are done by several area media members in Southeast Kansas and handled entirely by Sports in Kansas. Visit Craw-Kan for all your local internet and technology needs online here.
Craw-Kan Southeast Kansas Girls All-Area Basketball
Kori Babcock, Chanute Jr.
Ella Hendrickson, Pittsburg Jr.
Jenna Eytcheson, Independence Sr.
Madison Brannin, Labette Co. Soph.
Ella Beth, Fort Scott, Jr.
Mia Sarwinski, Galena Fr.
Danielle Howard, Uniontown Soph.
Katie Coomes, St. Paul Sr.
Karma Fields, Frontenac Sr.
Heather Arnett, Frontenac Soph.
Delaney Barnes, Baxter Sr.
Karsyn Youngblood, Columbus Sr.
Emily Hutcherson, St. Paul Sr.
Faith Poland, Girard Soph.
Lauren Yaghmour, Colgan Soph.
Hattie Pyle, Frontenac Fr.
Addysin Scarrow, Galena Jr.
Madelynn Collins, Yates Center Sr.
Jacy Thomasson, Riverton Fr.
Jacey Lewis, Chanute Sr.
Sydnie Stice, Labette County Sr.
Abby Ryan, Labette County Sr.
Craw-Kan Southeast Kansas All-Area Player of the Year
Kori Babcock, Chanute Jr.
Babcock led class 4A in scoring this year with 19.5 points per game along with 5 assists, 5.5 rebounds per game and 3.5 steals per game. Babcock hit 66 three-pointers this season. She will be one of the top returning 4A players in the state next season and is a finalist for 4A Sports in Kansas Player of the Year.
Craw-Kan Southeast Kansas All-Area Coach of the Year
Scott Fields, Frontenac
Fields took an 8-13 Frontenac Raider girls’ team from 2018-2019 and turned them into a team that went 22-2 in 2019-2020 that didn’t lose to a Kansas team all season. Fields, a former all-state multiple sport athlete at Frontenac in the Class of 1994, led the Raiders to the 3A Final Four before the season being cancelled by KSHSAA. It was the first Final Four appearance since 2014 (4A-II) and the first for the Raiders in 3A since 2004. What’s most impressive about the Raiders this season is the number of girls that saw the court, going at least 10+ deep with production from all four grades. Fields is also an assistant coach on the 3A state champion Frontenac Softball Team last season. Fields is also a Finalist for the Sports in Kansas 3A Coach of the Year.
Honorable Mention All-Area
Allie Fry – Baxter, Kaitlin Crossland – Colgan, Reagan Hipfl – Frontenac, Riley McNemar – Galena, Makaila Ausemus – Girard, Danielle Weaver – Riverton, Gracie Sullivan – Columbus, Railey Robertson – Southeast, Bailey Gfirrith – Marmaton Valley, Karleigh Schoenberger – Uniontown, Emma Sabine, Pleasanton, Bailey Griffith – Marmaton Valley, Samantha Blundell – Chetopa, Kate Dawson – Jayhawk Linn, Torrie Albertson – Chetopa, Ally Ard – Marmaton Vlaley, Taylor Wiatrak – St. Paul, Rylee Beckmon – Colon Crest, Shanler McNickle – Oswego, Haley Claffey – NE Arma, Rachel Fox – NE Arma, Chalire Bradshaw – St. Paul, Elise Doherty – St. Paul, Brileigh Harris – Uniontown, Abby Long- Oswego, Makayla Schoenhofer – Chanute, Abby Velle – Independence, Anna Dean – Labette County, Sophia Pinamonti – Pittsburg, Adyson Peck – Coffeyville, Brali Conrad – Chetopa, Kylie Speer – Coffeyville, Molly LaForge - Erie, Maddie Kramer - Erie, Skylar Clevenger - Erie
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