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Meet Utah's 2013 prep girls' basketball MVPs and all-state teams

Published April 16, 2013 11:06 pm
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The Salt Lake Tribune released its 2012-2013 girls' basketball all-state teams.

Weber senior Erin Reichle was named the most valuable player in Class 5A.

Springville senior Malia Nawahine, who led the Red Devils to the state title, earned the Class 4A MVP award.

Judge junior Kailie Quinn, who averaged a double-double, was honored as the Class 3A MVP.

Richfield senior Megan Bean earned the Class 2A MVP.

Katie Panushka, whose St. Joseph team finished undefeated to win the state title, was named the Class 1A MVP.

Nancy Warner, who guided Springville to the Class 4A state title and an undefeated season, was named the girls' coach of the year.

Here is the all-state first and second teams. —

College commitments

Division I

Emilie Volk, Bonneville • Fresno State

Malia Nawahine, Springville • Utah

Jessica Richardson, Davis • Southern Utah


Jilian Powell, Bingham • Snow College

Tara Goldman, Sky View • SLCC

Whitney Nemelka, Hillcrest • SLCC

Ashton Henderson, Bingham • Snow College

Mackenzie Bruggeman, Bingham • Snow College

Madison Aulai-Roe, Bingham • Snow College

Marquessa Gilson, Cyprus • BYU-Hawaii

Abby Barrett, Cyprus • BYU-Hawaii

Sloane Roundy, Richfield • Snow College

Whitney Saunders, Riverton • Snow College

Katie Panushka, St. Joseph • Westminster College

Jamie Smith, Riverton • College of Eastern Utah






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