Sarah Wenzel entered her senior season as the only player on the Clinton High girls basketball team with any real experience. And that was limited since she was part of a senior-dominated squad the previous season. She also was the only senior on the roster.

But, Wenzel stepped up her game in taking over the role of team leader as a senior. She also was the team's top scorer, and her play on the floor brought her second-team All-Mississippi Athletic Conference honors in voting that was announced today.

Wenzel, who averaged 4.6 points a game as a junior, led the River Queens in scoring (12-point average), field goals (81), 3-point field goals (18) and free throws (73); was second in assists and ranked third in rebounding. She shot 37.2 percent from the field, 23.4 percent from 3-point range and 62.9 percent from the free-throw line.

Clinton’s Leisha Harris, a sophomore, was an honorable mention selection. She averaged 8.4 points and 5.3 rebounds a game.

Davenport Assumption swept the top honors after rolling through conference play with a 16-0 record despite graduating three all-state players from last year's unbeaten state championship team. Todd Borrison was named Coach of the Year, and 6-foot-2 junior center Alyson Spinas-Valainis was chosen as the Player of the Year. She averaged 18.5 points a game and 8.7 rebounds a game.

Spinas-Valainis was joined on the first team by league scoring champion Amber Harrington of Davenport North, Lindsey Buckles of Davenport West, Assumption teammate Sam Thrapp, North Scott's Ashley Dexter and Melissa Dunlavy of Bettendorf.

Look for complete list of MAC honors on 3B.