Erie High School's Grace Moyers (No. ...
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Erie’s Grace Moyers

First team

Halle Mackiewicz, Sr., Legacy: The Clemson University soccer commit shined on the hardwood this winter, nearly averaging a double-double with 19.1 points and 9.1 rebounds a night for the Lightning.

Grace Moyers, So., Erie: What a breakout season it was for the Tigers sophomore, who led the team with 14.7 points per game and was voted all-conference in the Tri-Valley League.

Izzy Munson, Sr., Fairview: The player of the year led the state in scoring for most of the winter and took a team that won seven games last season back to the Sweet 16 while breaking the Knights’ single-season scoring record with 538 points and leading the team in assists.

Alyssa Wells, Jr., Holy Family: An all-conference player in the TVL, Wells averaged 12.6 points, 3.8 assists and 3.5 steals in leading the Tigers on a run to the Class 4A state championship game.

Courtney Wristen, Jr., Broomfield: Close to averaging a double-double with 14.2 points and nine rebounds, the 6-foot-2 forward blocked 2.3 shots a game and led the Eagles back to the Sweet 16.

Coach – Sarah Pfeifer, Erie – The third-year head coach led a young Erie group into uncharted territory this winter, guiding the Tigers into the Great 8 round of the Class 4A state tournament.

Second team

Kaitlyn Day, Sr., Dawson School: Having amassed over 1,300 points in her prep career, Day finished out her time with Dawson hoops with a senior season in which she scored 17.5 points per game.

Boulder's Abbie Gillach drives in Monday's ...
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Boulder’s Abbie Gillach

Abbie Gillach, Jr., Boulder: The heart and soul of this year’s Panthers team, Gillach ran the point with aplomb and averaged 10.8 points per game for a team that has high hopes for next season.

Genevieve Gudino, Jr., Erie: In her first season at Erie, the incoming transfer fit right in and produced a stat line with 14.2 points, 4.8 rebounds 3.2 assists and 3.3 steals on a nightly basis.

Ashayla Powers, Sr., Skyline: As dynamic a player as there was in the area this winter, Powers averaged a double-double with 18.2 points and 10.3 rebounds on her way to all-conference honors in the Tri-Valley League.

Tyler Whitlock, Jr., Holy Family: The do-it-all junior was outstanding in a every regard for the Tigers throughout their season-long run to the 4A title game, averaging 9.6 points, 5.9 boards, three assists and 4.3 steals a night.

Honorable mention

Deb Altshuler, So., Erie; Cecilia Aanerud, Jr., Holy Family; Marissa Bartels, Jr., Silver Creek; Maddox Boston, So., Mead; Lola Conaway, Sr., Shining Mountain; Laura Gensert, Fr., Centaurus; Natalie Guanella, Fr., Monarch; Anna Hefner, Jr., Erie; Frances Hilliard, Jr., Shining Mountain; Jessica Hoffman, Sr., Broomfield;

Avery Joy, Jr., Lyons; Emily Kennie, Jr., Monarch; Jordynn Lee, Sr., Longmont; Lily Lindstrom, Sr., Nederland; Julia Mischke, Jr., Centaurus; Megan Majeres, Fr., Frederick; Rachel Moreno, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Edie Morrow, So., Erie; Kailey Page, So., Fairview; Emma Rich, Jr., Broomfield;

Adaya Richmond, Sr., Fairview; Aiyana Rockwell, Sr., Peak to Peak; Elizabeth Rooks, So., Prospect Ridge; Abigail Russo, Sr., Monarch; Dylan Sanders, Jr., Holy Family; Natalie Schauer, Sr., Twin Peaks; Jessica Schneider, So., Longmont Christian; Lily Sieben, Sr., Niwot; Jacklyn Stephenson, So., Mead; Mattie Stevens, So., Peak to Peak;

Kenna Tarnowski, Sr., Frederick; Maddy Timms, Sr., Dawson; Lily Thimsen, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Taylor Vandenburg, Jr., Longmont Christian; Sarah Wormke, Jr., Longmont; Kalea Zeender, So., Shining Mountain.