Obenrader Named KSAC Girls’ Basketball MVP; All-Conference Teams Named


FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. (D9Sports) – North Clarion senior Tori Obenrader was named the KSAC Girls’ Basketball MVP Monday.

(Photo of Tori Obenrader. Photo by Jared Bakaysa of JB Graphics. See more of Bakaysa’s work here)

Obenrader led the She-Wolves to the District 9 Class 1A championship for the second straight year – North Clarion is 26-0 on the year and starts PIAA play Saturday against Cornell – by averaging 24.4 points and 15.4 rebounds per game, both tops in the KSAC and second in District 9. She went over the 2,000-career point mark and 1,500-career rebound mark this year and currently has 1,538 career rebounds and 2,072 career points. She is just the sixth player in District 9 history and the third in KSAC history to top 2,000 career tallies.

Joining Obenrader in being honored on the first team All-KSAC were Karns City’s Emily Hegedus (25.7 ppg), A-C Valley’s Ellie Thompson (19.3 ppg), Moniteau’s Emma Bair (16.2 ppg), Cranberry’s Malliah Schreck (18.5 ppg) and Keystone’s Taylor Geer (20.6 ppg).

Second-team honorees include North Clarion’s Abby Gatesman (10.4 ppg), Union’s Frankee Remmick (15.8 ppg), Clarion’s Wendy Beveridge (13.7 ppg) and Kait Constantino (15.6 ppg) and A-C Valley’s Kylee Eaton (9.3 ppg).

The third-team includes A-C Valley’s Cami McNany (9.1 ppg) and Olivia Boocks (9.8 ppg in 12 games before a season-ending injury), Redbank Valley’s Tara Hinderliter (15.8 ppg) and Lexi Holt (19.5 ppg in 12 games after returning from an injury that forced her to miss the first 10 games) and Karns City’s Livia Andreassi (8.3 ppg)

The all-conference teams are voted on by the league’s coaches.


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