Greenville girls basketball players Chloe McKinney, Karsyn Shaffer earn honors from the GWOC


GREENVILLE – Greenville senior Chloe McKinney was named second team all-Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division for the 2015-16 girls basketball season.

Joining McKinney as a GWOC honoree was junior Karsyn Shaffer, who was named to the GWOC North’s special mention team.

Sidney senior Sylvia Hudson was named the GWOC North girls basketball player of the year while Sidney’s Megan Mummey was named the GWOC North girls basketball coach of the year.

Sidney won the GWOC North championship with a 10-0 record. Trotwood-Madison finished second in the division at 7-3, Vandalia-Butler finished third with a 6-4 record, Troy was fourth at 5-5, Piqua finished fifth at 2-8, and Greenville was sixth with a 0-10 record.

All-GWOC North girls basketball

First team

Name School Grade

Kaitlyn Davis Sidney Senior

Sylvia Hudson Sidney Senior

Nia Martin Trotwood-Madison Senior

Shelby Moses Butler Senior

Brittney Petrosky Butler Junior

Celena Taborn Sidney Junior

E’Taja Thompson Trotwood-Madison Junior

Athlete of the year: Sylvia Hudson, Sidney

Coach of the year: Megan Mummey, Sidney

Second team

Name School Grade

Sierra Besecker Troy Senior

Ashley Egan Sidney Senior

Kellah Flucas Trotwood-Madison Sophomore

Abby Grooms Butler Senior

Bailey Hess Troy Junior

Chloe McKinney Greenville Senior

Special mention

Name School Grade

Kelsey Magoteaux Piqua Sophomore

Mikayla Schaffner Piqua Sophomore

Karsyn Shaffer Greenville Junior

Maddy Taylor Troy Senior

Mercedes Woodward Trotwood-Madison Sophomore

All-GWOC girls basketball

First team

Name School Grade

Victoria Harrison Centerville Junior

Sylvia Hudson Sidney Senior

Kasey Hughes Springboro Senior

Shaquille McGruder Wayne Sophomore

Rylie Parkhurst Miamisburg Senior

Kayla Shields Beavercreek Senior

Celena Taborn Sidney Junior

Kelly Wurth Springboro Senior

By Kyle Shaner

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