Kietlinski repeats as all-conference selection

Gresham’s Jensen also on CWC-10 1st team

Leader Staff

For the second consecutive year, Tri-County junior Amber Baehman has been named the Player of the Year in the Central Wisconsin Conference-10.

Bowler junior Reanne Kietlinski, who received her second first-team all-conference selection in the past two years, was unable to break through for the top honor.

Kietlinski was the conference’s leading scorer with 24.5 points per game. Baehman finished by scoring 21 points per contest, and conference-highs with 12.7 rebounds and 5.7 assists per game for the Penguins, who finished conference play at 18-0.

The Panthers ended the year at 14-9 overall and 12-6 in conference.

Gresham senior forward Sydney Jensen was her team’s lone selection to the all-conference team. Jensen scored 16.6 points per game and finished third in the conference with 9.1 rebounds per game for the Wildcats (7-17, 4-14 CWC-10) to earn a spot on the CWC-10 first team.

Menominee Indian, which also finished in the bottom half of the conference, received recognition for senior wing Kendra Webster. She was an honorable mention selection after posting 10 points and 5.8 rebounds per game to go with 1.9 assists.

Tigerton (9-14, 8-10 CWC-10) had two all-conference selections: Lonna Minniecheske (second team) and Sarah Shumaker (honorable mention).

Marion (6-17, 5-13 CWC-10) put Emily Sawall on the second team.

Kietlinski’s teammate Taylor Matsche was an honorable mention selection.

Central Wisconsin Conference-10

First Team

Kaitlyn Lyp, Port Edwards; Alexa Gravunder, Wild Rose; Amber Baehman, Tri-County; Brooke Hopkins, Tri-County; Reanne Kietlinski, Bowler; Sydney Jensen, Gresham.

Second Team

Abbie Hutkowski, Port Edwards; Jade Martin, Port Edwards; Lonna Minniecheske, Tigerton; Emily Sawall, Marion; Kylee Weasner, Wild Rose; Catie Schmidt, Almond-Bancroft.

Honorable Mention

Taylor Krogwold, Rosholt; Molly Andreae, Rosholt; Sarah Shumaker, Tigerton; Anna Caswell, Wild Rose; Kenda Webster, Menominee Indian; Caitlin Eisner, Tri-County; Alexis Rodriguez, Tri-County; Taylor Matsche, Bowler.