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STC girls basketball banquet

March 24, 2018
By Allison Graham - Sports Editor (agraham@tamatoledonews.com) , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Qualifying and playing at the IGHSAU was most surely the highlight of the season for the South Tama Trojans. Regardless of falling to Crestwood in the first round at the State Tournament the Trojans can still say they got to the State Tournament.

The team along with their coaches and families celebrated the season during a banquet on Tuesday, March 20 at the STC Elementary cafeteria.

The Varsity Squad was presented with basketballs gifted by the State Farm Bureau. Other awards presented were letters, All-Conference and Academic All-Conference in which you must be a junior or senior with a 3.75 or higher.

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The STC Girls Varsity Basketball team pose with State Basketballs presented by Tama County Farm Bureau at their banquet. The banquet was held on Tuesday, March 20 at the STC cafeteria. The basketballs were given to the team for qualifying for the 2018 IGHSAU State Basketball Tournament. Pictured are Abbie Buffalo, Sadie Smith, Tylese Rosenberger, Enriqueta Diego, Makayla Backen, Carissa Musgrave, Shelby Slaven, Aubrey Roberts, Zoee Buffalo, Jaelin Berger, Madison Rohach, Taylor Ray, Jessica Musgrave and Abby Morgan. See more photos on page 8

Letter winners

Tylese Rosenberger, Abbie Morgan, Enriqueta Diego, Madison Rohach, Jessica Musgrave, Carissa Musgrave, Makayla Backen, Zoee Buffalo, Sadie Smith, Jaelin Berger, Taylor Ray and Abby Morgan

WaMaC All-Conference

Sadie Smith (Honorable Mention), Jessica Musgrave (1st team) and Jaelin Berger (Honorable Mention.

WaMaC Academic All-Conference

Abbie Morgan, Zoee Buffalo, Jaelin Berger and Enriqueta Diego.

Also earning 1st Team on the Iowa Print Sports Writers All-State List was Jessica Musgrave. Musgrave also earned 2nd team from the Iowa Girls Basketball Coaches Association.

The Trojans closed the season with a 15-10 season and placed third in a competitive WaMaC west conference. The Trojans look to return their entire roster with the exception of Sadie Smith who will be graduating in the spring.

 
 

 

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