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The PHS Lady Panthers were named to the 2021-2022 Clarence Cannon Conference All-Conference Girls Basketball team as chosen by the coaches.
Candra King, a sophomore, made the first team, while freshmen, Clare Williams and Sydney Compton, made the second team.
Miranda Patterson, a South Shelby junior, and Lexi Miller, a Macon senior, were named Co-Conference Players of the Year, while Luke O’Laughlin, was named Coach of the Year after leading South Shelby to the conference title.
Conference All-Conference Basketball Team
Miranda Patterson*, South Shelby, jr.; Lexi Miller*, Macon, sr.; Candra King*, Palmyra, soph.; Ansley Bringer,
Highland, jr.; Morgan Ross, Centralia, soph.
Jozelynn Bostick, Centralia, jr; Alexis Ellison, Clark County, sr; Clare Williams, Palmyra, fr.; Sydney Compton, Palmyra, fr.; Belle Roush, South Shelby, fr.; Kaylee Gaines, South Shelby, jr; Emma Dovin, South Shelby, sr.; Maddie Wilbeck, Brookfield, soph.; Mari Gares, Monroe City, soph.; Shelby Petre, Macon, sr.
Harper Sontheimer, Centralia, jr.; Ali Reed, Highland, sr.; Brooke Weimer, Macon, jr.; Milli Mozee-Williams, South Shelby, jr.
Co-Conference Players of the Year – Miranda Patterson, South Shelby, and Lexi Miller, Macon
Conference Coach of the Year – Luke O’Laughin, South Shelby
*Designates Unanimous Selection
S. Shelby 6-1 24-4
Centralia 5-2 16-10
Palmyra 5-2 19-8
Macon 5-2 20-8
Highland 4-3 14-13
Mon. City 2-5 8-18
Brookfield 1-6 6-19
Clark Co. 0-7 5-22