Native basketball stars from Indiana named First Staff All-State

(WNDU) – The high school girls season ended with the championships over the weekend.

Now that the season is over, the Girls Association’s Coaches have officially named the First All-State Players.

Four players were recognized as the first team’s all-state players in the region – Goshens Brynn Shoup-Hill, LaPortes Ryin Ott, Penn’s Kaitlyn Costner, and North Judson’s Lillian Frasure.

Shoup-Hill will continue her basketball career in Dayton. As a senior 17.9 points, 9.1 rebounds and 3.8 blocks per game.

Ryin Ott will join her sister Riley in Purdue Fort Wayne next season.

Costner will bring her talents to the Big Ten country and play for the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Frasure averaged 23.7 points and 10 rebounds per game in her senior year. She scored a total of 2,237 points in her career at North Judson. Frasure will continue her basketball career at Indiana Wesleyan.

players to be named the second team All-State include De’Mour Watson from Elkhart, Nevaeh Foster from Marian and Trinity Clinton from Penn.

The third team’s all-state team consists of Marians Makaya Porter, Northridges Jaci Walker and Penn’s Jordyn Smith.

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