Eight From Area Voted TSWA Girls All-State

Tuesday, April 08, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Eight area players have been voted to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association girls all-state high school basketball teams.

Making the Class A team was Meigs County's Emileigh Swafford.

In Class AA, voted to the team were Brainerd's Jamee Ward, McMinn Central's Jacobi Lynn and Sequatchie County's Keely Frederick.

Bradley Central's Brooke Copeland and Rebecca Reuter were selected to the Class AAA team, and Baylor's Kaleigh Clemons and GPS's Akia Harris were chosen in Division II.

TSWA All-State Basketball Teams

Girls Class A

Jaycee Coe (Jackson Co.)

Cariona Hassell (Goodpasture)

Mendy McNeese (North Greene)

Averyale Joy (Middleton)

Rachel Lee (Jackson Christian)

Deja Faulkner (Middleton)

Chole Roberts (Scotts Hill)

Courtney Wilson (Cloudland)

Lauren Hensley (Grace Christian)

Derica Wiggins (Oakhaven)

Emileigh Swafford (Meigs County)

Anna Beal (Houston Co.)

Ashlynd Wilkerson (MTCS)

Cheyenne Shaver (Clarkrange)

Brittany Cooper (Clarkrange)

Girls Class AA

Abbey Sissom (Cannon County)

Rachel Bell (Creek Wood)

Allison Hodge (Grainger)

Tiffany Rechis (Westview)

Adi Hale (Lexington)

Keke McKinney (Fulton)

Anna Hammaker (CAK)

Andi Lamb (Chuckey-Doak)

Kayla Marosites (Elizabethton)

Callie Hackett (Smith Co.)

Manaya Jones (Raleigh-Egypt)

Jamee Ward (Brainerd)

Jacobi Lynn (McMinn Central)

Keely Frederick (Sequatchie Co.)

Girls Class AAA

Alexa Middleton (Riverdale)

Crystal Dangerfield (Blackman)

Keiana Gilbert (Columbia Central)

Falon Baker (Beech)

Tianna Tarter (Science Hill)

Gabby Lyon (Science HIll)

Sally McCabe (Mt. Juliet)

Mika Wester (Cocke Co.)

Brooke Copeland (Bradley Central)

Rebecca Reuter (Bradley Central)

Brittany Tarr (Sevier Co.)

Brandi Beasley (Ridgeway)

Jaida Roper (Houston)

Shelbie Davenport (Riverdale)

Meme Jackson (Blackman)

Alex Johnson (Blackman)

Janie White (Rossview)

Girls Division II

Micah Sheetz (Webb)

Emily Lythe (ECS)

Kaylan Pugh (St. Mary's)

Jasmine Cincore (Briarcrest)

Kennesha Nichols (Ensworth)

Kennedy Potts (Harpeth Hall)

Anna Jones (USJ)

Kyndal Hale (PJP)

Elise Holden (Briarcrest)

Brynn Holden (Briarcrest)

Kimberlee Keltner (Northpoint)

Ashtyn Baker (Northpoint)

Kaleigh Clemons (Baylor)

Allison Cowie (BGA)

Akia Harris (GPS)

Katie Collier (Webb)

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