Two Raiders, one Red Hawk earn All-CC honors

Arcadia’s Chloe Halverson was named to the All-Coulee Conference first team, announced last week.

Arcadia’s starting backcourt and one Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau player were named first team All-Coulee Conference.

The honors were announced last week as Arcadia senior Chloe Halverson and sophomore Breah Golden were first-team honorees. Halverson, the team’s point guard, led the conference in assists per game (5.2), was second in rebounds (8.0) and seventh in scoring (12.2), while shooting 47.2 percent from the field. Golden was third in the conference in scoring (15.9) and second in assists (3.2).

While they only ended up playing six conference games, G-E-T’s Lindsey Lettner finished as the leading scorer in the conference, averaging 18.1 points per game.

Also earning first-team honors were Ella Jordan of West Salem and Macy Stellner of Westby. The second-team was made up of Maddie Quick and Kendall Gerke of West Salem along with Cassie Warren and Rachel Koenig of Onalaska Luther and Jada Berg of Westby.

Both Arcadia and G-E-T had athletes earn honorable mention as sophomore Autumn Passehl was picked for Arcadia as was G-E-T senior Rachel Amoth. Passehl averaged 11 points per game, shooting 47.2 percent from the field. Amoth averaged 7.7 points per game.

Also earning honorable mention were Hannah Matzke, Luther; Hallie Sherry, Viroqua; Allie Weninger, Hanna Nelson and Grace Hebel, Westby; Ally Gilster and Anna McConkey, West Salem.

West Salem won the conference title and Jordan was named the Athlete of the Year. The Panthers went 8-1 while Westby was 6-3; Arcadia, 6-5; Luther, 6-5; G-E-T 4-2; Black River Falls, 1-6 and Viroqua, 1-10.

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