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  • PAC-7 Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Timken's Alahna Singleton

  • Timken junior Alahna Singleton is the PAC-7 Girls Basketball Player of the Year

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  • Alahna Singleton, Timken
    THE NUMBERS Singleton, a junior, led Stark County in scoring this season, scoring 25.3 points per game. She also ranked among the county leaders in rebounds (9.6) and steals (3.8). Her 1,365 career points already rank her 18th among the county’s all-time leading scorers.
    WHAT SHE DOES With the height of a post player and the handle of a guard, Singleton brings a versatility to the floor that makes the Trojans go.
    WHAT HER COACH SAYS “She’s the hardest working girl that I’ve seen come through this school. She devotes the time after school and in practice to get better. It’s a thrill to have her because she’s such a good kid and well-rounded kid that comes from a great family. And there’s still a lot of work to do. She’s at 50 to 60 percent of where she can be and that shows the limitless potential she has.” — Timken head coach Jason Hmiel
    2013 All-PAC-7 Girls Basketball Team
    First Team
    Name, School Ht. Yr. Ppg
    Emily Baker, Indian Valley 5-7 Jr. 14.0
    Tessa Brooks, Triway 5-7 Sr. 9.0
    Courtnay Cruise, Triway 5-11 So. 10.2
    Karley Dougherty, Manchester 5-7 Jr. 13.1
    Katlynn Dunlap, Tusky Valley 5-10 Sr. 16.0
    Brooke Fisk, Fairless 5-8 Sr. 7.0
    Alex Klein, Manchester 5-8 So. 17.7
    Kayci Krzynowek, Manchester 5-6 Jr. 16.5
    Taylor Richardson, Tuslaw 5-9 Sr. 8.5
    Alahna Singleton, Timken 5-10 Jr. 25.3
    Ashley Tyna, CVCA 5-7 Jr. 21.2
    Player of the Year Alahna Singleton, Timken
    Coach of the Year Randy Emler, Indian Valley
    Honorable mention
    Courtney Emler, Indian Valley; Megan Foley, CVCA; Emma Kreakbaum, Manchester; Mariah Mercer, Timken; Cori Morris, Tusky Valley; Sara Skeens, Triway; Jamie Waltz, Fairless; Abby Wadian, Tuslaw.

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