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Four Iowa Mennonite Girls Players Receive All-Conference Honors

Posted: Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 at 7:00 am

The Southeast Iowa Superconference awarded their all-conference accolades and four Iowa Mennonite School girls basketball players were recognized.

Junior Suzanna Yoder was a first team all-conference selection. Yoder led the state of Iowa in class 1A, scoring 22 points per game. Her 81 assists were sixth best in the entire Superconference.

Senior Alyssa Hershberger was a second team all-conference selection. Hershberger averaged eight points per game and was the leading rebounder for Iowa Mennonite, pulling in 151 boards on the year, 10th in the Superconference.

Senior Avery Blauvelt was an honorable mention all-conference selection. Blauvelt, the team’s defensive stopper, finished the year averaging four points per game, with 21 steals and 100 rebounds.

Senior Payton Hart was an honorable mention all-conference selection. Hart, one of the senior leaders for IMS this year, ended the year scoring two points per game with 99 rebounds.

Iowa Mennonite School ended the season in the regional semifinals of the class 1A tournament with a 5-17 overall record.