The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


March 6, 2014

Wenzel a 2nd-team all-MAC pick




First Team

Emily Clemens, sr.; Muscatine; Annabel Graettinger, jr., Muscatine; Evan Hundley, jr., North Scott; Sydney Dwyer, sr., Pleasant Valley; Elizabeth Finn, sr., Bettendorf; Jinaya Houston, fr., Davenport North; Ashton Glaus, jr., Bettendorf.

Second Team

Rachel Edmundsen, jr., North Scott; Jaciana Stowers, fr., Davenport North; Erin Wenzel, sr., Clinton; Maddie Irmen, sr., Davenport Assumption; Maddie Reynolds, sr., Pleasant Valley; Katie Shoultz, sr., Muscatine; Makinze Roman, jr., Davenport Assumption; Karly Soy, jr., North Scott.

Honorable Mention

Elle Tubbs, so., Clinton; Jordan Nelson, sr., Clinton; Arianna Harris, sr., Burlington; Brooke Garnica, sr., Davenport West; Mariah Mayfield, fr., Davenport West; McKenzie Dunn, so., Davenport West; Lana Lindstrom, so., Pleasant Valley; Abby Elceser, sr., Pleasant Valley; Sydney MAyes, fr., Davenport Central; Noel Robinson, fr., Davenport Central; Makayla Buck, jr., Davenport Central; Karli Rucker, fr., North Scott; Jamie White, sr., Davenport Assumption; Riley Behan, jr., Davenport Assumption; Allyson Scott, jr., Bettendorf.

Coach of the Year — Susan Orvis, Muscatine.

Player of the Year — Emily Clemens, Muscatine.

Final conference standings


Muscatine 15 1

Assumption 14 2

Pleasant Valley 12 4

North Scott 11 5

Bettendorf 10 6

North 6 10

West 6 10

Clinton 4 12

Central 2 14

Burlington 0 16

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