For Strathmore, the steady play of senior Kandyce Gurrola and sophomore Mariah Hernandez during the course of the season earned them first team honors.
Lady Cardinal junior shooting guard Sayla Arguelles and sophomore guard Maddie Caesar also earned spots on the first team for their stellar play.
Hernandez was one of the ESL’s top facilitators, averaging a league high 2.1 assists per game. She was also the second-leading scorer in the ESL, averaging 16.4 points per game (ppg). Hernandez also led the ESL in steals per game with 4.9.
Gurrola was the third-leading scorer in the ESL, averaging 12.1 ppg.
Lindsay’s Arguelles was the second-hottest three-point shooter in the ESL, finishing the season at 28 percent from beyond the arc and just ahead of Gurrola, who made 24 percent. Arguelles was also one of the top 10 scorers in the league, averaging 8.7 ppg.
Caesar led the ESL in rebounding, collecting 297 caroms and averaging 12.4 rebounds per game. She was also one of the league’s top 10 scorers averaging 7.9 ppg.
Leading the backcourt for the Lady Grizzlies were senior Sarah Vehrs and sophomore Shauntel Edmonds, who both made the second team. Vehrs and Edmonds were the fourth- and fifth-highest scorers in the ESL respectively.
Posted: Friday, March 27, 2015 6:00 am
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