Clinton Township Clintondale senior Princess Mia Johnson lines up a free throw in a  game against Warren Lincoln this past season. Johnson has been named the  Macomb Area Conference Bronze Division MVP for the second straight year.

Clinton Township Clintondale senior Princess Mia Johnson lines up a free throw in a game against Warren Lincoln this past season. Johnson has been named the Macomb Area Conference Bronze Division MVP for the second straight year.

Photo by Patricia O’Blenes


Local girls basketball players earn All-Conference selections

By: Mark Vest | C&G Newspapers | Published March 29, 2019

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MACOMB COUNTY — Another girls basketball season has come and gone, and the names of the Macomb Area Conference MVPs and All-Conference players from each division have been released, along with Coach of the Year and Sportsmanship Award recipients.


MAC Red
Grosse Pointe North finished on top at 10-0, with Port Huron Northern (5-5), Warren Cousino (5-5), Grosse Pointe South (4-6), Utica Eisenhower (3-7) and Macomb Dakota (3-7) making up the rest of the division.

North’s Julia Ayrault was selected as MVP, while South’s Kevin Richards was named Coach of the Year. PHN and North shared the Sportsmanship Award.

All-Conference honorees were Ayrault, Christina Braker and Madeline Kohler, North; Kate McArthur and Makenzie Cook, Cousino; Taylor Williams, Dakota; Sarah Wight and Sydney Koppinger, PHN; Lauren DeBeau, Eisenhower; and Alexa Downey, South.

 
MAC White
Romeo High was tops in the division at 8-2, with Utica High (7-3), Port Huron High (7-3), Utica Ford II (4-6), Sterling Heights Stevenson (4-6) and Sterling Heights High (0-10) following in the standings.

Romeo’s Olivia Medaugh earned MVP honors, while her coach, Kathy Bosheers, was named Coach of the Year. Sterling Heights won the Sportsmanship Award.

All-Conference honors went to Emma Trombley, Julia Gilbert, Jenna Holzberger, Madison Landschoot and Jillian Carrier, Port Huron; Olivia Kubik, Kelly Bartlett and Shyla Peters, Ford; Audrey Medaugh, Olivia Medaugh, Natalie Nowak, Ava Muschong, Raegan Mazur and Rachelle Baumann, Romeo; Daniel Erickson, Katie Schultz and Tamia Everett, Sterling Heights; Lina Rea, Rachel Whitehead and Zahra Williams, Utica; and Danielle Lamoreaux, Stevenson.
 

MAC Blue
New Baltimore Anchor Bay finished first at 9-1, followed by St. Clair Shores Lakeview (8-2), Macomb L’Anse Creuse North (6-4), Fraser High (4-6), Clinton Township Chippewa Valley (3-7) and Warren Fitzgerald (0-10).

Lakeview’s Joslyn Brennen was selected as MVP. Anchor Bay’s Dave Kuznia was named Coach of the Year.

All-Conference honorees were Brooke Daniels and Kelsey Duffy, LCN; Genevieve Decker, Alyssa Ordakowski and Kelsie Thomas, Anchor Bay; Elise Vitale, Fraser; Brennen, Julia Decker and Kayla Austin, Lakeview; and Alexa Garavaglia, Chippewa Valley.
 

MAC Gold
St. Clair High was first at 9-1, with Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse (7-3), Marine City High (5-5), Marysville High (4-6), Center Line High (3-7) and St. Clair Shores Lake Shore (2-8) making up the rest of the division.

St. Clair’s Julianna Cataldo was selected as MVP. Her coach, Mike Boullard, was named Coach of the Year. Lake Shore won the Sportsmanship Award.

All-Conference honors went to Gabby Fogarty and Natalie Husson, Marysville; Mia Janssen and Cataldo, St. Clair; Morgan McConnell, Marine City; Daniah Beavers and Sydney Dhue, L’Anse Creuse; Janae Smith and Camryn Gibbs, Center Line; and Kara Wolfbauer, Lake Shore.

 
MAC Silver
Roseville High finished on top at 9-1, followed by Warren Mott (7-3), Clawson High (6-4), St. Clair Shores South Lake (5-5), Madison Heights Lamphere (3-7) and Warren Woods Tower (0-10).

Roseville’s DeBraya Edwards and Andy Houghton earned MVP and Coach of the Year honors, respectively. Mott won the Sportsmanship Award.

All-Conference honorees were Edwards, Olivia Vanderham, Mycah Goddlin and Gracie Magee, Roseville; Nydia Shumate, Ava Wark and Evy Bisbikis, Lamphere; Nia Nelson, Bridget Bolden, Abbey Sitek and Lanie Saroli, Mott; Alex Verner, Renata Carlesimo, Raquelle Robbins and Justice Biddle, Clawson; and Myia Rogan, South Lake.


MAC Bronze
New Haven High finished on top at 8-0, with Warren Lincoln (6-2), Eastpointe High (2-6), Clinton Township Clintondale (2-6) and Madison Heights Madison (2-6) following in the standings.

Clintondale’s Princess Mia Johnson was selected as MVP. Lincoln’s Jalen Ford was named Coach of the Year. Clintondale won the Sportsmanship Award.

All-Conference honorees were J’Ices Spicer and Janiya Smith, Eastpointe; Dara Capaldi, New Haven; Amari Davis-Dobbs and Daviana Leonard, Lincoln; Johnson, Toi Lewis and Jasmine Clark, Clintondale; and Ashili Lee, Madison.

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