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July 6, 2013

GIRLS' ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Marcum’s stellar effort on soccer field, hoops court earns her inaugural honor

New Albany athlete won girls' basketball Player of the Year two years in a row

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NEW ALBANY — GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

• News and Tribune/Sonya Wahl Memorial Area Player of the Year for the second season in a row

• All-Hoosier Hills Conference team

• The Associated Press All-State honorable mention

• Team-high 22 points per game, 5.4 assists per contest, 3.7 steals per game

• 33.4 scoring average in seven HHC contests

• Second in program history in career steals (318) and free-throw percentage (78 percent)

• Third in team history in all-time scoring (1,216 points) and career assists (336)

• Fourth in program history in field-goal percentage (53 percent) and 3-point field-goal percentage

• University of Southern Indiana national letter-of-intent signee

GIRLS' ATHLETE OF THE YEAR VOTING

1. Tanner Marcum, New Albany     1,384 (41)

2. Leah Mattingly, Providence     960 (17)

3. Phoebe Bauer, New Albany     842 (11)

4. Ashley Johnson, New Wash     816 (4)

5. Sadie Spears, Henryville     602 (7)

6. Alyssa Moore, Floyd Central     504

7. Caroline Ricks, New Wash     478

8. Meredith Endris, Providence     464 (1)

9. Jacquie Hornung, Providence     316

10. Madison Kaiser, Floyd Central     203

11. Ali Sparkman, Clarksville     184 (3)

12. Taylor Hines, Jeffersonville     174

13. Emily Hollis, Henryville     166 (1)

14. Sydney Ledwedge, Silver Creek    EC

15. Carson Casey, Borden    EP

*Editor’s Pick

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