Stevie Johnson Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Published 12:35 PM EDT Apr 11, 2019
Every year the Democrat and Chronicle and local high school coaches select an all-star team for each high school varsity sport. Below are the winter 2018-19 picks for the All-Greater Rochester Girls Basketball team.
Stevie Johnson has written a separate profile feature about AGR Girls Basketball Player of the Year Dyaisha Fair of Edison.
Player of the Year
Parent: Shatara Fair
About me: Three-time All-Greater Rochester selection. Led Section V in scoring with 33.5 points per game. Signed a National Letter of Intent to play at the University at Buffalo. Scored 51 points against Gates Chili and 46 against Wilson and Hilton. Competitive on the court and in the classroom.
School: Bishop Kearney
Parent: Mitchelle Asberry
About me: Averaged 17 points and 13 rebounds while leading Kings to Section V Class AA championship and a berth in the state semifinals. Will attend Le Moyne College. Three-year captain and 2019 Private Parochial Player of the Year.
School: Greece Odyssey
Parent: Annie Graham
About me: Forward tied a school-record with 46 points against Wilson Magnet. Averaged 20.27 points and 6.5 rebounds. Has worked to make AGR since she began playing varsity in eighth grade. Runs track and plays AAU basketball with the Shining Stars Basketball Academy.
Parents: Joyce Blocker
About me: Point guard averaged 18.5 points, 4 rebounds and 3.5 assists this season and was named the 2018 Gates Chili Christmas Tournament MVP. Scored 22 points and hit a game-winning buzzer-beater in sectionals against SOTA. Enjoys playing NBA2K, watching Netflix and listening to music.
Parents: Ann and Dale Forbes
About me: Point guard averaged 24 points. The all-time leading scorer at Midlakes. Three-sport athlete in basketball, soccer and track. Broke school records for most steals, most points in a game and most career wins. Led the Screaming Eagles to the Class B state championship final.
School: Bishop Kearney
Parents: Mary and Redell Freeman
About me: Point guard averaged 16 points and 7 assists per game. Has one Division I offer to Binghamton. Already has four varsity seasons under her belt. Selected first-team Private Parochial for second year in a row. Scholar athlete who is a part of the National Honor Society.
School: Pittsford Mendon
Parent: Nicole Fursman
About me: Forward averaged 17 points and 8 rebounds while leading the Vikings to the school’s first ever state and Federation championships in basketball. Voted MVP of Section V Class A, state and Federation tournaments. Captain of the basketball and the volleyball teams. Will attend Merrimack College.
School: Pittsford Mendon
Parents: Adrienne and Andre Green
About me: Guard averaged 14 points and 8 rebounds. Had a double-double in the state tournament championship game. Made all-tournament team at state and Federation tournaments. Class representative on student council. Member of the community service club at school.
Parents: Tiffani and Gary Moxley
About me: Guard averaged 16 points and 5 rebounds. Committed to Queens College. 1,000-point scorer who won sectional championship in 2016. Voted 2018-19 Monroe County Division I Co-Player of the Year. Has academic average of 93 and is an Urban League Black scholar. Averaged more than 20 wins in five seasons with the Patriots.
Parents: Delores and Allonzo Paige
About me: Point guard averaged 20 points. Was voted Monroe County Division II Player of the Year. Currently third on Irondequoit’s all-time scoring list with 1,197 points. Spends most of her free time in the gym trying to get better for next season.
Parents: Melinda and Dan Rittenhouse
About me: Guard scored 29 points against Attica and 28 against Hornell. Voted tournament MVP for the Class B2 sectionals. Led the Mustangs to the school’s first ever sectional championship. Also plays soccer and was voted team MVP. Enjoys spending time with her family and relaxing at the beach.
Parents: Anne Kleinbach and Richard Stefaniak
About me: Shooting guard averaged 20 points and 6 rebounds. Three-time AGR selection was voted Monroe County Division IV Player of the Year. Also made AGR in softball. Has a 98.5 average. Member of the National Honor Society. Holds school records for most 3-pointers in a game (8) and most points (35).
Parents: Pamela and Peter Tabone
About me: Junior guard averaged 15 points and four rebounds for the Monarchs. Made first-team All Private Parochial. Two-time all-state selection in soccer. Member of the Mercy Best Buddies Executive Board, Also participates in the Red Cross Club. Has a 96 academic average. Active in her church, where she teaches Sunday school.
Parents: Erica and Steven Betlem
About me: Point guard averaged 18 points and 5 assists. Voted Monroe County Division I Co-Player of the Year. Three-time first-team All-County pick. Volunteers at the Penfield food shelter and the Salvation Army. Received interest from Brown, Fordham and Massachusetts.
School: Bishop Kearney
Parents: Ashley and Terrell Wilson
About me: Center averaged more than 16 points. Had a 15-point, 14-rebound, 12-assist triple double. Plays AAU for Albany City Rocks. Picked up interest from Syracuse, Florida State and Louisville among others. Won sectionals in volleyball. Nominated for black scholar award and is a part of the diversity club at Bishop Kearney.
Coach of the Year
School: Pittsford Mendon
Profession/employer: Director of sales for Doyle Security
Family: Wife, Ann; daughters, Ashley, Carly and Kelsey
Varsity coaching history: 18 seasons at Pittsford Mendon
About me: Led Vikings (27-1) to their third straight Section V title and capped season with first Class A state and Federation titles in school history. St. Bonaventure graduate enjoys playing golf. Each of his daughters played basketball at Mendon. Credits his father, Paul, for instilling, “a work ethic, competitive spirit and leadership skills” in him.
Guard: Chanel Alexander, Aquinas
Forward: Lauren Devaney, Geneva
Guard: Leah Harkenrider, Hornell
Center: Miriam Ibezim, Gates Chili
Guard: India Jordan, School of the Arts
Guard: Autumn Kunes, Naples
Forward: Shinya Lee, Brockport
Guard: Killian Mahoney, Canandaigua
Forward: Callie McCulley, Batavia Notre Dame
Guard: Ellie Mooney, Pittsford Mendon
Forward: Ashley Schnekel, Webster Thomas
Forward: Nyara Simmons, Penfield
Guard: Sara VanAken, Red Jacket
Guard: Sam White, Victor
Guard: Chloe Whittier, Victor
Monroe County I: Linzee Reyes (Hilton)
bAjaala Williams (Irondequoit), Taylor Lockwood (Webster Thomas)
Monroe County III: Kelechi Dimgba (Greece Athena), Katie Bischoping (Pittsford Mendon), Emma Laureano (Brockport)
Monroe County IV: Makenzie Reigle (Batavia), Bryn Wormley (Batavia), Hannah Selke (Honeoye Falls-Lima)
RCAC: Tionnie Spain (School of the Arts/ NE Douglass), Djeynaba Thiam (Edison), Makayla McCorker (East), Shamaria Burrows (Edison), Shardae Cooper (Wilson), Shanique Simms (East), Evelyse Burgos (School of the Arts/ NE Douglass)
Private-Parochial: Maggie McDonough (Mercy), Nia Williams-Matthews (Aquinas), Kaia Goode (Bishop Kearney), Taylor Norris (Bishop Kearney)
Finger Lakes East: Katie Smyth (Palmyra-Macedon), Cara Walker (Midlakes), Madison Barnett (Mynderse), Macy Kisner (Midlakes)
Finger Lakes West: Jenna McDonald (South Seneca), Jessica Sheehan (Bloomfield), Jade Parsons (South Seneca), Mackenzie Strait (Dundee)
Livingston County I: Jackie Blechinger (Dansville), Hannah LaPlant (Dansville), Abigail Spiess (Haverling), Gabby LaPierre (Hornell), Jaden Sciotti (Hornell), Audrey Minton (Livonia), Delaney Brehm (Wayland-Cohocton)
Livingston County II: Keni Read (Avon), Abby Decillis (Avon), Elyse Van Auken (Caledonia-Mumford), Bri Raniewicz (Caledonia-Mumford), Kiaya Condidorio (LeRoy), Bryn Luckey (LeRoy), Kristin Hastings (Letchworth), Hannah DeRock (Letchworth), Ceanne Ellsworth (Warsaw)
Livingston County III: Grace Hainsworth (Geneseo), Kaniya Jackson (Geneseo), Jessica Ruskauff (Geneseo), Payton Powers (Keshequa), Emily Weaver (Keshequa), Kirsten Rivera (Mount Morris), Lauren Kingsley (Pavilion), Chelsea Pascoe (Perry), Emily Wolfanger (York)Genesee Region: Brianna Smith (Oakfield-Alabama), Kelsey Schlagenhauf (Oakfield-Alabama), Stevie Wilcox (Batavia Notre Dame), Taylor Gadd (Attica), Leah Bezon (Elba), Maddie Meuhlig (Elba), Taylor Augello (Elba), Brynn Walczak (Elba), Jenna LaMere (Wheatland-Chili), DeKari Moss (Pembroke), Hailie Kramer (Alexander)
Wayne County: Abigail DeFisher (Marion), Peyton Daeffler (Gananda), Caiden Crego (Lyons), Isabella Wilbur (Red Creek), Emma Drake (Gananda), Brooke Guerin (Marion)
Allegany County I: Emily Wahl (Andover), Aliyah Cole (Bolivar-Richburg), Kate Howe (Cuba-Rushford), Carmen Mancuso (Fillmore), Hannah Roeske (Fillmore), Mackenzie Bennett (Genesee Valley), Vanessa Hall (Whitesville), Fayln Lewis-Ellison (Whitesville)
Allegany County II: Alannah Allen (Scio), Mackenzie Faulkner (Friendship), Kayla Brooks (Hinsdale), Ashley Chapman (Hinsdale), Kaitlyn Roberson (Hinsdale), Jessica Prentice (Houghton), Sarah Retz (Houghton)
Steuben County: Elizabeth Roach (Canisteo-Greenwood), Destiny Hammond (Hammondsport), Lucia D’Arpino (Prattsburgh), Victoria McDaniel (Arkport/Canaseraga), Tayah Jackson (Addison), Bionca Conklin (Addison)
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