The All-League selections are out in girls basketball and a pair of Council Rock North players are at the top of the list. Junior Becca Margolis and sophomore Dana Bandurick made First Team All-Suburban One League (SOL) National Conference honors. The two girls are playing against District 11 runner-up Nazareth High School in a PIAA Class 6A opener 7:30 p.m. tonight (Friday) at Easton Area Middle School.
Neshaminy sophomore Brooke Mullin along with Abington senior Lizzie O’ Leary and sophomore Kassondra Brown also made first team National Conference honors. O’ Leary has committed to the University of Delaware and will play with her high school team in a PIAA opener vs. District 3 rival Central Dauphin East 7 p.m. tonight at Bensalem High School. Abington enters the tournament the District 1 6A champion.
Headed to Bloomsburg, Council Rock South senior Payton Spadaccino made Second Team honors along with Neshaminy senior Devon Storms, Pennsbury sophomore Kate Mix, Truman senior Sabria Lytes and Abington junior Sam Brusha.
Sophomore Allison Harvey and freshman Kristin Curly made Third Team honors for the Lady Skins along with Council Rock South junior Faith Turner, Truman senior Daeja Moore and Abington junior Brittany James.
Council Rock North senior Emily Mackin and junior Mackenzie Tinner garnered Honorable Mention for the National Conference as did CR South senior Kasey Schlupp (Philadelphia University/Soccer), Pennsbury junior Sydney Buell and Bensalem freshman Haley Keenan.
The All-SOL selections for the Continental and the American Conference are listed below.
2016-2017 SOL Girls Basketball All-League Selections
Lizzie O’ Leary Abington 12
Kassondra Brown Abington 10
Becca Margolis Council Rock North 11
Dana Bandurick Council Rock North 10
Brooke Mullin Neshaminy 10
Sabria Lytes HS Truman 12
Payton Spadaccino Council Rock South 12
Devon Storms Neshaminy 12
Sam Brusha Abington 11
Kate Mix Pennsbury 10
Faith Turner Council Rock South 11
Kristin Curley Neshaminy 9
Allison Harvey Neshaminy 10
Daeja Moore HS Truman 12
Brittany James Abington 11
Haley Keenan Bensalem 9
Emily Mackin Council Rock North 12
Syd Buell Pennsbury 11
Mackenzie Tinner Council Rock North 11
Kasey Schlupp Council Rock South 12
Alexa Brodie SO G
Kate Connolly JR G/F
Jess Huber SR G
Maggie Rakowsky SR G
Irisa Ye SR G
Bridget Birkhead SR G/F
Maddie Burke FR F
Sam Carangi SR G
Haley Meinel JR G
Bri Talbot SR G
Tori Abelson SO F
Alana Cardona JR F
Tori Dowd JR G
Bri Hewlett JR G/F
Bailey McManus JR G
Gill Anderson JR F
Lexi Edwards SR G
Kyla Gibson SR G
Meghan Kuypers SR G
Grace Stewart SR F
Megan Walbrandt SO G
Sportsmanship Award: Pennridge
Taylor O’Brien Plymouth Whitemarsh 11
Josie Barrett Upper Dublin 12
Nicole Kaiser Upper Dublin 11
Mia Leonard Cheltenham 12
Molly Dugan Springfield 12
Lauren Fortescue Plymouth Whitemarsh 11
Ali Diamond Plymouth Whitemarsh 11
Caitlin Wallace Cheltenham 12
Jill Martin Quakertown 12
Brianna Tilgman Wissahickon 10
Lauren Coscia Plymouth Whitemarsh 12
Demi Balasa Upper Dublin 12
Bergen Sims Hatboro Horsham 12
Julianne Griffin Wissahickon 12
Grace Barraclough Springfield 10
Maggie Weglos Upper Dublin 11
Nashira Brown Cheltenham 12
Julia Thornton Hatboro Horsham 12
Marina Cooke Quakertown 12
Noelle Woodman Upper Moreland 12
TOP PHOTO: Council Rock North sophomore Dana Bandurick, left, and junior Becca Margolis have recently garnered First Team All-Suburban One League National Conference honors. (Steve Sherman – 21st-Century Media)
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