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Six Area Girls Basketball Players Earn All-District Honors from IGCA

The Iowa Girls Coaches Association has announced its girls basketball All-District teams for the 2022-2023 season. Plymouth County earned six players and one coach on the All-District lists.

The Le Mars Community girls earned their first all-district athlete in three years with junior Metta Skov being named to the Class 4A All-West District team. Skov was the scoring leader for the Bulldogs averaging 14.3 points per game and led the Bulldogs in rebounds averaging 5.3 per game.

The Remsen St. Mary’s girls picked up two all-district honors in Class 1A’s Northwest district. Whitney Jensen is a returner to the all-district team from last year. Jensen leads the Hawks in scoring heading into the state tournament with an average of 14.6 points per game shooting 54.6% from the field and 43.8% from three-point range. Mya Bunkers earned her first all-district honor while helping lead the Hawks at the free throw line. Bunkers is averaging 12.9 points per game while shooting 87.2% from the free throw line. That percentage ranks seventh in the state amongst all five classes.

The Kingsley-Pierson girls earned two names on the All-Northwest district team in Class 1A. The Panthers have been led all season by a phenom freshman in Sydney Doeschot. Doeschot set the Kingsley-Pierson single season scoring record with 500 points on the season averaging 21.7 a game. She also leads the team in rebounds, steals, field goal percentage, three-point percentage, and free throw percentage. Joining Doeschot from the program is her head coach Nicole Goodwin who was named coach of the year in the district. Goodwin wrapped up her 20th season as the coach of the Panthers with an overall coaching record of 251-197 to this point. She led the Panthers to an 18-5 record this season and a final regular season ranking of 15th in 1A.

The Hinton girls picked up one all-district honor in Class 2A’s Northwest district. Freshman Bailey Boeve took the state by storm in volleyball and made some noise on the basketball court as well. Boeve led the team while averaging a double-double of 15.3 points and 10 rebounds per game. She also record 3.1 steals per game on the defensive end which was second best on the team.

The MMCRU girls had a step back of a year by their standards but still earned an all-district honoree on Class 2A’s All-Northwest district team. Senior Kora Alesch led the Royals in every statistical category this season. She scored 18.5 points per game on 38.6% shooting from the field while pulling down nearly seven rebounds a game, dishing out nearly four assists per game, and recording 2.3 steals per game.

To see the entire list of all-district honorees from across the state, click here.