Little, Legacy lead MVL all-stars
Seniors Madison Little, Brianna Legacy and Jordyn Burke all received all-MVL honors for the Patriots when the league announced its all-star teams on Sunday.
Little and Legacy both made first team Division A all-MVL, while Burke was an honorable mention honoree for MAU.
Little scored a team-high 17.2 points game, which ranked second in the area for the Patriots, while Legacy scored just under 12 points a contest.
Burke, the team's leading rebounder, averaged 6.5 points a game for MAU this season.
The honors didn't stop there for the Patriots as MAU girls basketball coach Dan Sleeman was named Division A MVL Coach of the Year.
This was Sleeman's first season as the MAU girls varsity head coach, after leading the MAU boys for 15 seasons.
Burr and Burton junior Emily Bleakie received Division A honorable mention honors for the Bulldogs.
Bleakie averaged just under 12 points a game for BBA this season.
In Division D, senior Riley Lane made first-team all-MVL for the Arlington girls basketball team.
Lane averaged a team-high 11.5 points to help lead the Eagles to a 12-10 record and spot in the quarterfinals of the Division IV tournament.
Arlington had three other players earn all-MVL honors as juniors Xandria Hoyt, Jamie Keel and Katie Berger each earned honorable mention honors for the Eagles.
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