KNOXVILLE — The South Central Conference recently released their all-conference teams for the girls basketball season. Two Panthers found themselves among the top 14 players in the conference as Maggie Wilkins was a first team selection and Emma Dunkin got the nod on the second team.
Wilkins, a senior, was one of three unanimous selections on the first team while earning her third career first team selection. She would lead the SCC in points per game, three-point percentage and free throw percentage while finishing second in steals per game.
On the season, Wilkins would average 23.8 points while shooting 43.4% from the floor, 35.2% from deep and 76.8% from the line to go with 4.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 4.0 steals per game. She is committed to play basketball at Wartburg College.
Dunkin, a sophomore, picked up the secondary scoring role this year for the Panthers and was also a key part to their defense. She would 9.9 points per game on 32.3% shooting from the field to go with 4.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.4 steals per game.
Knoxville’s Marley McKay and Tara Uitermarkt were honorable mentions for Knoxville.
Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont sophomore Whitney Klyn was a first team selection while Brooke Shafer was on second team for the Rockets. Emalee Davis and RyLee German also received honorable mentions for EBF.
Davis County (5-7)
*Claire Mathews (SR, Centerville)
*Mickey Stephens (JR, Centerville)
Rachel George (SO, Centerville)
*Maggie Wilkins (SR, Knoxville)
Avery Hall (JR, Chariton)
Macy Hill (JR, Davis County)
Whitney Klyn (SO, EBF)
Emma Rector (JR, Chariton)
Halle Hundman (SR, Albia)
Claire George (SR, Centerville)
Emma Dunkin (SO, Knoxville)
Leah Doran (JR, Chariton)
Briley Lough (JR, Davis County)
Brooke Shafer (SR, EBF)
Area Honorable Mentions
Marley McKay (SR, Knoxville)
Tara Uitermarkt (SR, Knoxville)
Emalee Davis (SR, EBF)
RyLee German (JR, EBF)