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2013-14 Kane County Girls Basketball All-Area Team


Nichole Davidson,

St. Charles North, Jr., F

Nearly averaged a double-double in leading North’s turnaround under first-year coach Sean Masoncup. Her 17.4 points and 8.1 rebounds a game offered stability to an attack that preferred to push the tempo when possible. Also shot 80.5 percent from the free throw line and contributed 32 blocks.

Liza Fruendt,

Batavia, Sr., G

The repeat Kane County Chronicle Player of the Year sparked the Bulldogs to their first regional title since 1990 while averaging a team-best 24.7 points, 3.6 assists and 3.4 steals. Committed to Missouri State entering the season, and leaves Batavia as the program’s all-time leading scorer with 1,921 points.

Grace Loberg,

Geneva, Fr., C

Can we cease with the “SHE’S A FRESH-MAN!” chants already? After her breakthrough girls volleyball debut, she averaged a team-best 13.9 points and 9.1 rebounds in just 24 games, the 6-foot-2 Loberg simply is one of the top girls athletes walking the halls on McKinley Avenue.

Janie McCloughan,

Geneva, Jr., F

McCloughan smiled while remembering her trip as a grade-schooler to see Geneva in the 2008-09 Class 4A state tournament. It wasn’t all that long ago she was only a Vikings varsity reserve. Continuing a steady climb, the 5-foot-10 McCloughan averaged 11 points and six rebounds per game as Geneva returned to Redbird Arena in Normal.

Sam Pryor,

Burlington Central, So., F

Proved a dependable threat whenever she had the ball for the Class 3A fourth-place Rockets, averaging 14.2 points and 5.9 rebounds a game. Pryor swished 83 percent of her free throws and was a key cog in a staunch interior defense that sparked the team to a 27-6 season.


Alison Colby, Burlington Central, Jr., F

Hannah Frazier, Batavia, So., F

Shelby Holt, Burlington Central, So., G

Sidney Santos, Geneva, Sr., F/G

Morgan Seberger, Geneva, Sr., G


Alyssa Andersen, Aurora Christian, Sr., G

Gabi Alfaro, Aurora Central Catholic, Jr., G

Erin Bayram, Batavia, Sr., C

Natasha Brown, Aurora Christian, Jr., F

Rachel Choice, Rosary, Sr., G

Katie Claussner, St. Charles East, Jr., G

Ashling Davern, St. Charles North, Jr., G

Caroline Heimerdinger, Kaneland, Sr., G

Amanda Hilton, St. Charles East, Sr., G

Quincy Kellett, Rosary, Jr., G

Michaela Loebel, Geneva, Sr., G

Mia Mazza, St. Francis, Fr., G

Jamie Netzley, Wheaton Academy, So., G

Abby Novak, Geneva, Jr., F

Hannah Nowling, St. Charles East, Sr., F/C

Bethany Orman, Batavia, So., G

Morgan Rosencrants, St. Charles North, So., F

Kayla Ross, Burlington Central, So., G

Ally VanBogaert, Kaneland, Jr., G

Kelly Wallner, Kaneland, Sr., C

Kyra Washington, St. Charles East, Jr., G/F

Kevin Druley,

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