Girls Basketball: Here is the Kane County Preps All-Area TeamBy JACOB BARTELSON - email@example.comMarch 14, 2018 Led by Player of the Year Margaret Whitley, here is the Kane County Preps All-Area team. [Sean King for Shaw Media]Anna Davern, St. Charles North, senior, forward: A University of Colorado-Colorado Springs recruit, Davern averaged 15 points and six rebounds per game – finishing statistically with the second-best senior season in program history. [Karen Naess for Shaw Media]Erin Golden, Batavia, sophomore, guard: Golden emerged as one of Kane County's top point guards this season. In 31 games, she averaged 11 points, 8.4 rebounds per game and nearly two steals. [Clark Brooks]Stephanie Hart, Geneva, senior, guard: Hart, a four-year starter, can arguably be called the most clutch athlete in Geneva athletics history after hitting the game-winning shot in two consecutive state championship games. The Lewis recruit averaged over 10 points and four rebounds.Madison Mallory, Geneva, senior, forward: Mallory can provide bunches of scoring from all over the floor. The Youngstown State recruit averaged 8.7 points and 4.5 rebounds. Mallory was a two-year starter for the Vikings after transferring from Montini.Jamie Martens, Kaneland, senior, guard: Martens broke the program assists record while averaging 6.1 assists per game. Martens also shot 46 percent from the field en route to 12.6 points per game, while collecting 6.6 rebounds.Sara Rosenfeldt, St. Charles East, senior, forward: An Alabama-Birmingham recruit, Rosenfeldt broke the all-time scoring and rebound mark this season. Rosenfeldt averaged 16 points and 11.6 rebounds per game.Kat Schmidt, Burlington Central, sophomore, forward: Schmidt was a top player for the Kishwaukee River champions. Averaging 16 points and nearly eight rebounds per game, Schmidt was named the Kishwaukee River Conference Player of the Year.Antwainette Walker, St. Francis, senior, guard: Walker averaged a healthy 20 points and 10 rebounds in being named the Catholic League White Division Player of the Year. Walker will play at Arkansas-Little Rock.Jennifer Weber, Kaneland, senior, guard: Weber averaged nearly 17 points per game. Weber, a 35 percent shooter beyond the arc, holds both the career and single-season records for made 3-pointers. Weber also holds the career and single-season mark for free throws.Elana Wells, Burlington Central, freshman, guard: Wells was one of the area's top freshman, and was named unanimous All-Conference for the Kishwaukee River. Wells averaged 12.4 points, 2.4 assists and 3.5 rebounds.Margaret Whitley, Geneva, senior guard: The Kane County Preps Player of the Year capped off a four-year starting career for the Vikings with a second consecutive state championship by averaging a team-high 13 points per game. Whitley will play collegiately at Alabama-Birmingham.Maddy Yelle, Geneva, senior, guard: One of Geneva's most versatile pieces, Yelle played a vital role defensively for the Vikings. Niagara recruit averaged over 8 points and five rebounds over 30 games.