CLINTON — This season’s Clinton Herald all-area girls basketball elite team features plenty of new faces.

The only repeat first-teamer is Aimee Burmester, a 6-foot-1 senior from Central DeWitt.

Highlighting the team is Andrew’s Megan Johnson, who has been named the 2006 Herald area player of the year.

Besides Johnson and Burmester, other first-teamers are Prince of Peace’s Lauren Ryan, Camanche’s Heather Hoge, Northeast’s Marie Gordon, Morrison’s Abby Vock and Maquoketa’s Jordan Davis.

Here’s a closer look at the first team, as well as the second and third teams:

FIRST TEAM

n Johnson, a 5-10 junior, averaged a double-double of 17.1 points and 11.4 rebounds per contest.

She also led the Hawks in assists (2.9 per game) and blocks (0.5 a contest) as the team compiled a 19-3 mark and earned a share of the Big East Conference title.

Not only was Johnson the Big East player of the year, she earned second-team all-state honors from both the Iowa Newspaper Association and Iowa Girls Coaches Association.

n Ryan, a 5-9 sophomore, led the Irish in scoring with 13.4 points a game, blocks with 0.3 a contest and free throw shooting with a 66 percent efficiency.

Her efforts helped Prince of Peace go 21-4, earn a share of the Big East title and advance within a game of the state tournament.

A Herald second-teamer last year, Ryan was a Big East Conference first-teamer and third-team IGCA selection.

n Gordon, a 5-8 senior, was called the Rebels’ best all-around player by coach Pat Healy.

She led her team in steals with 2.6 per game.

A Big East Conference first-teamer, she also averaged 11.5 points, 7.4 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 0.7 blocks a game as Northeast tied for the league crown.

n Hoge, a 5-9 senior, guided the Indians to a 14-7 mark.

The first-team Big East Conference pick led Camanche in scoring (10.7 points per game) and rebounds (7.7 a contest) while also coming up with 2.6 steals a game.

Hoge was a Herald third-teamer last year.

n Burmester was a first-team WaMaC Conference East Division selection.

She averaged 10.0 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.0 blocks a game.

On top of that, Burmester was named most valuable player at the Clinton River Queen Classic.

n Vock, a 5-7 junior, led the Fillies to a 23-6 mark.

A unanimous Three Rivers Conference selection, she led a balanced Fillies’ attack with 9.4 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.4 steals and 1.9 assists per game while connecting on 39 3-pointers.

n Davis, a 5-4 junior, was a unanimous selection to the WaMaC Conference East Division squad.

She showed plenty of versatility, averaging 9.1 points, 4.6 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 2.3 steals a contest.

Davis was a Herald third-teamer last year.

SECOND TEAM

n Jackie Shovlain, a 5-6 senior from Clinton: Due to injuries in the River Queens’ program, Shovlain was forced to step up and play multiple roles this season.

A third-team Mississippi Athletic Conference selection, she led Clinton in 3-pointers (37) and scoring (7.1 points per game). She also averaged 2.0 assists and 1.9 steals a contest.

n Tori Isenhour, a 5-11 junior from Prince of Peace: Isenhour, a third-team all-state pick by the INA, led the Irish in rebounds (8.4 a game) and steals (2.2 a contest).

Isenhour, who averaged 11 points a contest, was a second-team Big East Conference selection while rising from the Herald’s third team a year ago.

n Shea Meyermann, a 5-9 senior from Camanche: Meyermann, a first-team Big East Conference pick, led the Indians in steals and assists with 2.7 and 2.4 a game, respectively.

She also averaged 10.4 points and 6.5 rebounds a contest while repeating as a Herald second-teamer from a year ago.

n Lindsey Sparks, a 5-11 senior from Northeast: Sparks guided Northeast to a 17-5 record.

She led the Rebels in scoring (15.3 points per game) and blocks (1.3 a contest).

She was a first-team Big East pick and second-team IGCA selection while repeating as a Herald second-teamer from a year ago.

n Bethany Mahmens, a 5-11 senior from Northeast: Mahmens led the Rebels in rebounds with 10.0 a game while also averaging 14.3 points, 2.0 steals, 1.1 assists and 0.3 blocks a game.

A Big East Conference second-teamer, Mahmens was also all-area a year ago.

n Lindsey Knake, a 5-8 junior from Bellevue: Knake led the Comets in scoring with 14.7 points a contest while also coming up with 4.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.0 steals a game.

She was a Big East Conference first-teamer.

n Emily McLain, a 5-6 sophomore from Prophetstown: McLain guided the Prophets to a 21-7 record.

The unanimous Three Rivers Conference selection averaged 15.9 points, 6.7 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 3.6 steals a game.

THIRD TEAM

n Barb Kremer, a 5-6 senior from Clinton: Kremer, a third-team Mississippi Athletic Conference selection, had her final season as a River Queen cut short due to an ankle injury.

She still led the team in assists (2.2 per game) and steals (2.1 a contest) while repeating as a Herald all-area performer.

n Kelli Krogman, a 5-9 senior from Prince of Peace: Krogman was a versatile performer for the Irish, averaging 10.3 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.4 assists per game.

She was a Big East Conference second-teamer.

n Jaci Ottens, a 5-11 senior from Fulton: Ottens led the Steamers in scoring (11.2 points per game), rebounds (14.0 per contest) and field goal percentage (50.1 percent).

She was a Three Rivers Conference first-teamer and earned Herald third-team honors for the second year in a row.

n Brittany Farrell, a 5-7 senior from Preston: Farrell led her team in assists, steals and 3-pointers. She averaged 8.0 points and 4.0 rebounds a contest.

Farrell was a Big East Conference second-teamer and earned third-team Herald honors for the second year in a row.

n Michaele Vock, a 5-9 senior from Morrison: Vock, a second-team Three Rivers Conference pick, recently signed a letter of intent to play softball at the NCAA Division I level.

She averaged 9.2 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.1 steals a game.

n Tara Kilburg, a 5-6 junior from Andrew: Kilburg led the Hawks in steals with 2.7 a game while also coming up with 9.1 points and 2.6 assists a game.

She was a Big East Conference second-teamer.

n Jessie Rosenow, a 5-9 senior from Erie: Rosenow averaged 13.5 points and 8.5 rebounds a contest.

She was a first-team Three Rivers Conference selection.