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Aurora Christian's Alyssa Andersen (33) drives to the hoop against Byron's Lexi DeVries (4) Mayson Whipple (12) and Keelyn Swanson (right) during the first quarter of their Class 2A Aurora Christian Sectional semifinals at Aurora Christian High School in
Aurora Christian, Sr., Guard
By the numbers: Led Eagles to first two regional titles in program history, earning unanimous all-conference nods both years. She averaged 15 points, four rebounds, two steals and 1.5 assists.
Batavia, Sr., Guard
By the numbers: Led Bulldogs to first regional title in 24 years and first sectional title game appearance. She averaged 24.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.4 steals and 3.6 assists. Upstate Eight River Player of the Year was first team All-State selection by the IBCA and second team by The Associated Press.
Geneva, Fr., Center
By the numbers: After starting season on the sophomore team, Loberg arrived on varsity scene and helped Vikings place fourth in Class 4A. She averaged 13.9 points and 9.1 rebounds in 24 games.
Plano, Sr., Center
By the numbers: Martinez finished career as lone Plano player with over 1,000 points and rebounds. She averaged 15.4 points, 13.8 rebounds and 5.9 blocked shots. Her 487 career blocks are eighth all-time in Illinois.
Metea Valley, Sr., Forward
By the numbers: Voytell helped Mustangs win a regional title. She averaged team-best 15.5 points and added 4.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 2.8 steals.
Batavia, Soph., Forward
By the numbers: Frazier emerged in postseason as the second weapon behind Fruendt in the run to sectional title game. She averaged 12.8 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.5 blocks and one steal.
Geneva, Sr., Guard
By the numbers: Oakland University recruit used stellar floor game for Vikings in run to the state Final Four. She averaged only 7.8 points, but ran the show with 5.6 assists and 5.3 rebounds.
Oswego, Jr., Forward
By the numbers: One of catalysts for Oswego’s unbeaten run through Southwest Prairie Conference, Sinnott came into her own as a junior. She averaged 11.6 points, 8.2 rebounds and two assists.
Oswego, Jr., Guard
By the numbers: Ran the show at the point as Panthers won regional title and reached sectional title game. She averaged team-best 13 points and added 3.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists.
West Aurora, Sr., Forward
By the numbers: Led a turnaround season, getting Blackhawks to regional title game. She averaged 11.8 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists.
Geneva, Jr., Forward
By the numbers: Emerged after being a role player as a sophomore to be one of the Vikings’ key contributors. She averaged 11 points and six rebounds.
Newark, Fr., Center
By the numbers: The freshman burst onto the scene for the Norsemen to become a unanimous all-conference pick. She averaged 10.8 points, six rebounds, 1.5 blocks and one steal per game.
Oswego East, Sr., Guard
By the numbers: Parsons became first career 1,000-point scorer and also hit the most three-pointers in Wolves’ program history. She averaged 11 points and 3.5 assists.
Hinckley-BR, Sr., Guard
By the numbers: Paver’s offensive explosion in the postseason helped Royals win a sectional title. She averaged 12.1 points to go with 4.2 rebounds, three steals and 1.8 assists.
Yorkville, Sr., Guard
By the numbers: Finished her career as a two-time first team all-conference pick. Her 241 assists are the most in Foxes’ history. She averaged 13 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.5 steals this season.